Southeastern's Division of Extended Studies offers two new non-credit courses for fall
Contact: Tonya Lowentritt
HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University’s Division of Extended Studies is offering two new non-credit courses in acting and stained glass at its Livingston Literacy and Technology Center in Walker this fall.
Basic Film Acting will be taught by Southeastern theater faculty members James Winter and Chad Winters. The 10-hour course runs Oct. 11 through Nov. 8 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and the cost is $115.
“This course is designed to teach novice actors basic film audition techniques, on-set behavior, and how to find legitimate film acting work in Louisiana,” said Winter. “Students will be filmed and have the opportunity to take home a video of their work.”
Introduction to Stained Glass, taught by Gene Duvic, will be held on Mondays beginning Oct. 31 from 6 to 9 p.m. In the three-week course, students will enjoy creating their own stained glass project while learning the methods and tools required to complete a stained glass panel in copper foil or Tiffany style. The cost is $150 with tools and supplies included.
“We are pleased to offer these two new non-credit courses at the Livingston Literacy and Technology Center in Walker this fall for the community,” said Tom Dawsey, marketing and recruiting manager. “All of our creative art and entertainment non-credit courses have been well received, and we are very excited about adding these classes to our catalog of courses.”
To register or for more information about these classes, contact the Livingston Literacy and Technology Center at 225-665-3303. Students can also register on-line and find more details on these or other Extended Studies courses at www.southeastern.edu/es.