In case you missed our newsletter, we have a whole bunch of new classes lined up for the next couple of months. If you don't see anything to your liking at the moment, be sure to check out the Classes page often, as we're always adding new things! You can also follow us on Twitter or Facebook for updates.
One more thing: we're offering up a $50 gift certificate as part of Greenpointers' Sandy relief raffle. There are about a million and one awesome prizes, so be sure to get your ticket as soon as you can.
And now, all your new classes:
Chocolate: A Brief History- how chocolate as we know it came to be made, who the key players were, & why the Spanish tried to hoard it from the rest of the world for almost 100 years
Tree Identification Walks- we added one last session before all the leaves disappear altogether
Surviving the Holidays on a Budget- three easy homemade gifts to solve all your gift-giving stresses
How to Play Chess - Part II- now that you've got the basics down, take your game to the next level. Just in time for Thanksgiving family visits.
Coptic Binding- make and bind your own super pro looking sketchbook
Pitching Your Original TV Series - sitting on a great idea for a show? Here's what to do with it.
Early Film Censorship: The Rise and Fall of the Production Code- moviegoers in the early 1930s were fed a steady diet of sex, violence, drugs, + more sex. Find out why, and how the censors stopped it.
Architecture & Film: Memory- how memory affects the movies we make and the buildings we build
Design Gym Weekend Intensive
Design Gym is back for another weekend, teaching you how to use the design process to solve all sorts of real-world problems. You'll kick things off on Friday night with warm ups, and finish up on Sunday by working with a real client. Along the way, you'll pick up lots of tips and tricks for research, idea-generation, presentations, and way more.
Business and Pleasure
This Saturday, we're mixing things up. Spend the afternoon learning two very different skills: how to be a connector and candy-making, then spend some time afterward getting to know all your classmates.
Holiday Classes with Sarah Lohman of Four Pounds Flour
Whether your favorite part of the holidays is dessert or festive beverages, we've got you covered: