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The San Diego Community College District Continuing Education Summer session begins June 12 and ends Aug. 26. Registration is open online or you can register in class.


Registration materials for the FREE classes are available from the instructor.  SDCC summer classes are held at the following locations:


SUMMER SESSION SUMI-E CLASSES

Here is the schedule for summer classes. All classes will be 4 weeks long. 


Tuesdays 7/11- 7/25. No school on 7/4

North University Library. 11:30-2:30


Wednesdays 7/5-7/26

West City Campus 6:15-9:15


Thursdays 7/6-7/27

Lawrence Jewish Community Center 12:30-3:30*

*Please note the summer class hours are different from the spring and fall semester classes


Fridays 7/7-7/28

West City Campus. 9-12 and 12:15-3:15


CLASS MATERIALS AND CLASS BEHAVIOR

To help ensure that brush painting classes are a time of learning in a productive, calm, and quiet setting, a list of class materials is available, as well as suggestions for class behavior. As a reminder, sensei means an elder, a scholar, a teacher or professor and is also used to show respect to a person who has achieved a level of mastery in an art form or other skill. Let’s show our respect to our sensei Takashi and help him to provide all of his students with a calm and thoughtful instructional experience. Click When you are in class.docx for a printable handout.

SUMMER SEMESTER CLASS SUBJECTS

NOTE: Changes in the order of subjects are possible.


The first lesson is the Asian paradise flycatcher 6/27 and 7/5-7/7.


The second week 7/11-14 is a flower, probably the sweet pea.


The third week 7/18-21 are scenes from the Japanese garden at Balboa Park.


 The fourth week 7/25-28 is a furry animal, probably the red panda.


Everything but the first week is tentative.  



Pictured above: Sensei Takashi Ijichi

Below: SDCCU Instructor Iris Lowe-Reiss

SUMMER SESSION HOLIDAY/BREAK SCHEDULE:


Independence Day July 4


Classes held at off-site locations will follow the calendar of the off-site location.