Types of Courses

Take a noncredit course to learn a new skill or hobby in the creative field 


Learn the fundamentals of drawing in a relaxed, encouraging environment with MFA artist Andrew Blair.

Who says that beautiful handwriting is a dying art?

Find deep satisfaction in designing and creating your own pottery, whether you’re a beginner or an advanced student of ceramics.

Line and wash is a colorful, creative style of watercolor painting perfect for both beginners and experienced artists alike.

Join professional line illustrator Chris Pappas as you learn the basic techniques of drawing black and white illustrations with pen and ink.


Now that you have the basics down, take your dance moves to the next level!

Get a little taste of everything in this combination dance class that will give you confidence for any social dance occasion!

Make that special day even more memorable by dancing with confidence at your wedding!


Explore a truly unique instrument in this entry-level steel pan ensemble.

Strum along with other beginners as you learn the basics of playing the guitar. No music experience is required for this entry level course.

If you’ve ever wanted to “tickle the ivories,” this is your chance! No music experience is needed for this beginner level piano course.

Join other music lovers for this instrumental ensemble that focuses on performance.

Are you an aspiring music composer? Take your music experience to the next level will this unique performance-based course.

Join other “cool cats” for this jazz performance group.

In this performance ensemble of 20th century percussion music and world drumming, individual percussion instruments and techniques are discussed.

Are you ready to rock?

Lift up your voice and join The Waubonsee Chorale in song!


Start your photography adventure here!

Continue your journey into photography and dive deeper into many of the concepts from Beginning Photography I.

Take your photography skills to the next level while you master photo composition, perfect you timing, and learn to “chase the light”.


Improv is fun and good for you too!