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Pathway Programmes to Further Learning
Enrolments for 2013 Open:
15 October, 2012
For more information and for full course
details contact us on: 0508HAGLEY,
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
our website: www.hagley.school.nz
Zero Enrolment Fees • Low Materials Fees
Choose subjects from: Art and Media,
Business Studies and Computer Skills, English and
Communication, ESOL, Fashion, Food and Hospitality,
Health Studies / Physical Education, Languages,
Mathematics, Performing Arts, Practical Design
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Mondays: Creative Writing Beginners; Musical
Impressionists; NZ Artists; Tai Chi; Ukulele Beginners
and Stage 2; Writing Poetry
Tuesdays: Aesop's Fables; Mah Jong;
Organic Gardening; Our Changing World;
Lincoln Efford Memorial Lecture
Wednesdays: Creative Writing Fiction; Happiness;
Introduction to Drawing; Israeli Folk Dancing;
Our Changing City; Philosophy; Winners and Losers
Thursdays: Armchair Travel; Linwood Cemetery Local
History; Painting; Play-reading;
Tai Chi Intermediate and Beginners
Fridays: Deep Breathing and Relaxation;
Friday Nights at the WEA Kinesiology;
Portrait Drawing and Painting
Weekend: Alternative Energy Sources; American
Society and Literature in 1950s; Charles Dickens;
Consuming Society; Eco-cleaning; Pastels Workshop;
At New Brighton: Making Presents; Sit & Be Fit;
Tai Chi Beginners
Canterbury WEA, 59 Gloucester St
Ph 366 0285 email: email@example.com
Programmes available from WEA, libraries, and
our web page: www.cwea.org.nz
Adult Education Courses
at the Canterbury WEA All Welcome!
October - December 2012
Art and poetry at WEA
Fun with words: New Zealand poet, writer and editor
James Norcliffe will encourage participants in his
Writing Poetry course at WEA to stretch their
imaginations and have plenty of fun.
Art is thriving even while the
gallery remains closed due to
Art, fables, poetry and the changing world around us
will all be explored in courses coming up at the
Canterbury Workers' Educational Association (WEA)
"Our Changing World" features speakers from the
University of Canterbury who will highlight some of
the ways the world is changing in the 21st century.
The series starts with a lecture called "The role of the
media in creating enemy images" presented by Dr
Babak Bahador on Tuesday, October 9.
Topics in the following weeks include, "Is there a
global communication space opening?", "Democracy
and global capitalism" and "The mediation of
The final speaker, Dr Bronwyn Hayward, is
speaking on "Children citizenship and environment:
nurturing a democratic imagination in a changing
The talks will be given at WEA's central city
location, 59 Gloucester St.
A series of illustrated talks by Christchurch Art
Gallery director Jenny Harper and the gallery's
curators will show how art is thriving even while the
gallery remains closed due to earthquake repairs.
"Outer Spaces: Gallery Without Walls" starts at
WEA on October 8 with Ken Hall talking about his
exhibition, "Reconstruction: conversations on a city".
This exhibition is currently in place on Worcester
Jenny Harper will give an overview of the gallery
building and its future, while curators Peter Vangioni
and Felicity Milburn complete the four-week series.
Aesop is probably the best known author from
Greek antiquity, but his real fables are far from the
sugary children's stories that most people know.
Learn about this world of cunning, wickedness,
murder and treachery in a course on Aesop's fables
with tutor Dr Grant Pheloung.
The four-week course starts on October 16.
James Norcliffe hopes that his eight-week evening
course, "Writing Poetry" will involve plenty of fun as
participants look at a large number of poems, stretch
their imaginations, respond to ignition exercises,
write, shape language into (perhaps) unusual forms,
and share their efforts with each other.
Norcliffe is a New Zealand poet, editor and writer
who has published six collections of poetry and is
poetry editor of The Press.
The course starts at WEA on Monday, October 15.
For more information about these courses or any
others in the WEA programme, phone 366 0285 or
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