New! Exploring Greek and Roman Architecture
4 sessions, 8 hours
Students will learn about the culture, art, building styles, and materials that were used to construct buildings during Greek and Roman history. The course will examine the significance of how Greek and Roman structural elements can be seen even in the architecture of today.
Instructor: Carol Harrington holds degrees in both Psychology and Education. Additionally, she has done undergraduate and independent study in architecture at Catholic University of America in Washington DC. As an instructor, she seeks to inspire her students to consistently reach for greatness in academic thought. She is the Founder and CEO of the Khalaf Learning Center which is a nonprofit seeking to help educate children and their families on the importance of being able to read for success. KLC also brings together families for informative and engaging counseling sessions.
ILR876 Exploring Greek and Roman Architecture
5 digit number: 15782
Thu 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM, 7/12/2018-8/2/2018
Tuition: $20 Fee: $69 Total: $89
Location: Conference Center (E Building)/E106
MD Residents Age 60+ Pay Fee Only