If you’re looking for a new art class and you don’t want to venture too far out of the neighborhood, then Duboce Park, Castro, Lower Haight and Corona Heights residents should take advantage of the Harvey Milk Recreation Center in Duboce Park. This fall, the Rec Center, located at the back of Duboce Park on Scott Street, is offering 33 new art classes, all taught by experienced, talented instructors, many of them experts at the top of their field.
A 60-page 2010 Fall Session Activities Guide is available in the Harvey Milk Rec Center lobby or you can check it course descriptions and register for your favorites online. Registration begins October 2.
Some of the classes you can take at Harvey Milk this fall include:
Audio Visual Media Production – Youth in Media
Beginning Argentine Tango
Beginner Open Source Website Development and Design
Bookmaking as Storytelling
Black, White, and Urban: Socially Conscious Documentary Photography
The Caribbean Drum Experience
Claymation for Kids
Digital Sound Arts
Envisioning Urban Gardens
Exploring Sound and Your World
How to Get into Art School (Graduate & Undergraduate)
Inside Out: Exploring Queer Identity Through Creative Processes
Intermediate Argentine Tango
Introduction to Ballroom Dance
Introduction & Maculele Capoeira
Making Physical Theater
Nature Now as it Looked Then: Cyanotypes and Local Flora
Neighborhood Stories: A Book Arts Workshop
Queer Teen Photo Zine
Social Media for Artists/How to Present Your Creativity
Social Media for Seniors/Connecting to Friends & Family Online
Table Manners: Hip-Hop Turntablism
Threads: An Exploration in Textile
Theater Games and Physical Theater
Totally Free Broadcasting: Internet Radio and TV for Everyone!
Youth Instrument Making Class
Youth Xylophone Class
The Harvey Milk Recreation Center is located at 50 Scott Street in Duboce Park, for those who haven’t stopped by.
Harvey Milk Rec Center
SF Rec Online