Humanities & Fine Arts Classes
Learn something new about history, culture, art, literature or language
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Bagel Boys & Bagel Bunch
Each week is a different speaker. Bagel Boys is on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. and Bagel Bunch is on Fridays at 9:00 a.m.
Instructor: Ellen Katz Broadway Begins: The Great Visionaries who created Broadway from 1890 to 1920 with Ellen Katz Entertaining insights into the first entrepreneurs, performers, composers, and lyricists who launched the Great White Way. Including: Flo Ziegfield, and his Ziegfield Follies, Fannie Brice, Will Rodgers, Eddie Cantor, Bert Williams, George M. Cohan, Irving Berlin, Oscar Hammerstein, & Jerome Kern. Included in your Gold Subscription, sign up by calling 410-358-6856 or emailing email@example.com.
Instructor: Tracey Robbins
Tracey Robbins is originally from Commack, New York. Her favorite mediums are mosaics and ceramics. She loves working and getting to know new people. Tracey’s favorite part of teaching is to have students say they are worried or scared about trying something new and then once they start doing it, they feel happy and successful.
Cooking with Chef Alba Johnson
Cook alongside this incredible chef as she walks us through delicious dishes. We will provide the recipe and ingredient list ahead of time if you’d like to cook along. Ingredient lists and recipes can be found here: https://www.myerberg.org/cooking/
Drawing & Painting
Instructor: Judy Schlossberg
Judy studied art as a child at the Maryland Institute and went on to graduate from the University of Maryland majoring in Fine Arts and Art History. She taught High School Art in Montgomery County and also had private classes for young students ages 10 – 16. For 26 years her profession was in Interior Designing. Judy is now teaching again! Painting and drawing for adults is my real love, next to her family. She has been teaching at the Myerberg for more than 13 years. We are lucky to have her.
This class has limited enrollment and is currently filled. If you are interested in more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructor: Brett Greiman
Brett will be teaching different subject matter every 5 weeks. He is a master with acrylics and you’ll learn how to paint with different techniques. Brett has taught at the Myerberg for 2 semesters in the past. Please see the supply list:https://www.myerberg.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Fall-2020-Brett-Greiman-supplies-list.pdf
This class has limited enrollment and will be limited to the first 25 Gold Subscribers who call to register for each 5-week session.
Call 410-358-6856 to register.
Instructor: Rabbi Harry Karp
Every 4 weeks is a different topic. Topics have included: Biblical Movies, Great Composers Burt Bacharach & Hal David, The Roman Empire and Its Lessons, The Life & Art of Charlie Chaplin, Laurel & Hardy, The History of Silent Movies, The Persian Jews in Baltimore and more. These sessions are both educational and entertaining. Join Rabbi Harry Karp each Tuesday afternoon for a memorable experience. Actors & Actresses who depicted Jews Gadgets from our Past
Instructor: Barbara Bass, Ph.D., Professor of English Emerita from Towson University.
This workshop will help participants retrieve their memories as they write about their lives, recording them for posterity, while at the same time preserving family history. During each session, participants will be encouraged to write, while guided by a skilled writer/teacher. Participants will be provided with writing prompts that will help to spark memories. Over the course of the session, participants will form a community of writers, sharing their stories with the other writers in the class.
This is an ongoing session with Limited Enrollment for Gold Subscribers.
Call 410-358-6856 to register. Classes are Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m.
Handouts are posted here: https://www.myerberg.org/barbara-bass/
Instructor: Jonathan Palevsky
Jonathan Palevsky is the Program Director at WBJC, a classical music station in Baltimore. His vibrant personality and love for music create an enthusiastic presentation of music history. Topics have included the Genius of Haydn, Baroque, and Meet the Mendelssohns. Included with Gold Subscription.
Instructor: Mary Mayhew
ary Mayhew believes art is like prayer insomuch as beseeches us to take a moment to acknowledge the wonder of life by reflecting a glimpse of the earth’s incredible beauty and mystery. Art arouses our deepest feelings so we can see clearer into our own souls. It helps us dream, reflect, express love, wonder, and awe. It engages us and it connects us. It reminds us of what we cherish.
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