Thursdays 17 January -28 march -
10am-12noon - ten sessions Fee £86
History - Crime - tutor Jennifer Goldsmith - In the past people did not need to lock their doors at night – or so we are told. Is this true? This course looks at crime and its prevention before the 19th century creation of police forces. With a strong local bias, topics will include smuggling, wrecking, highway robbery, notorious criminal gangs and how people coped before being able to call the police - Venue: Emsworth Community Centre. PO10 7DP
Tuesdays 15 January – 26 march -
10am-12 noon - ten sessions Fee £86
Literature - The Underworld in British Literature -tutor Christine Houseley - The course will study some examples of “Rogue Literature” popular in the 18th and 19th centuries and the relationship between ordinary, honest people and smugglers. One text will be “Jamaica Inn” by Daphne du Maurier - Venue:The Spring and Arts and Heritage Centre, Havant. NB: There are no courses during half-term week 18.02/19 -22.02.19 - Book either online: www.wea.org.uk by Telephone: 0300 303 3464 or by Post: Complete enrolment form in the WEA Brochure.
WEA Day School
Saturday 9th march - The Art of Photography - Tutor: Sandra Smith - 10.00am – 3.00pm - Fee: £21.50 at The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre, Havant.
The Day School will explore the development of photography as an art form and as a significant way of making pictures, from its infancy in the 1830s to the present day.
Artists featured will include Julia Margaret Cameron, Alfred Stielglitz, Anselm Adams, Henri Carter Bresson and Robert Capa - book online: www.wea.org.uk or Freephone: 0800 329 1060