UW-BSC Continuing Education offers a variety of non-credit personal enrichment courses for students and community members.
Personal Enrichment Classes
Ceramics 101 (Full)
Instructor: Beth Crook
Are you interested in learning to throw pots with a potter’s wheel? Would you like to create your own ceramics pieces from start to finished product? This class is truly hands on where you learn to work with the clay and each student will be guided in the use of the pottery wheel for their in class creations.
Register early, class size is limited to provide more one on one time with the instructor
Tuesdays 6:00-8:00 pm, October 8-November 12 (6 weeks) Baraboo High School Art Room
Fee: $139 includes all materials and equipment
Please call 608-355-5220 to be placed on our Waiting List for this class
Wisconsin History: From Discovery to Statehood
Instructor: Mark Tully
This lecture series will explore the first 200 years of Wisconsin history -- from its "discovery" by Jean Nicolet in 1634 up through our becoming the 30th state on May 29, 1848. We will discuss the early French explorers, the Indian Wars and military activity during the American Revolution, War of 1812 and Black Hawk War, the fur trade, early lead mining and more. Maps, paintings, photographs and reproductions as well as actual artifacts of clothing and tools will help bring the stories of these people, places and events to life.
Tuesday, October 22-November 26 7:00-8:00pm (6 weeks)
Aural Umhoefer Classroom Building