LLL-smtx offers a variety of courses allowing adult learners
to meet new people, stimulate their minds,
and learn new information and skills.
To register or for more information:
Contact Marianne Reese at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.216.6427
Course fees can be waived upon request.
Mark your calendars and tune in at 2:00pm on the first Thursday of each month
to learn new things applicable to your life, stay active, eat healthier,
give back to the community, and enhance your social involvement.
The foundation of Marianne’s streaming radio show is two very human qualities: curiosity and caring.
Each program will focus on three recurring segments:
1. On Our Health presenting research-based findings that impact our quality of life and longevity
2. Did You Know? highlighting fun facts, tidbits, and valuable information
3. Upcoming Community Events
Instructor Spotlight -- Michael Hannon
Artist, Designer, Poet
Michael's artwork has long combined visual images with writing. His pictures and writing have both
been developed through the lens of his being rather dyslexic. Michael's early interest in practicing visual art
was an obvious way of coping. His late acquisition of reading and even later of writing led him to embrace them with a degree of the ardor of a convert, though he still likes having visual images with words to fall back on. Michael's poetry tends to be fairly structured, usually metrical, and his art is largely figurative.
Michael has been influenced especially by Chinese brush paint, European & Middle Eastern medieval manuscript illumination (decorations and miniatures in medieval books), and the works of William Blake. All of these sources often involve the combination of writing and (visual) images. He largely works in watercolor, whether with calligraphy or in Chinese brush painting, and also works in pen & ink, some acrylics, and other media.
Choose a Course or Presentation
LifeLong Learning-San Marcos offers courses in a wide variety of topics delivered by experts
Art and music history, Texas artists and their work
Painting, drawing, quilting, mosaics, calligraphy
Slavery in Texas, indigenous cultures,
Literature, mythology, mindfulness, cooking
Look through the schedule of up-coming courses...
you're sure to find something that interests you!
If you have an idea for a course
or know someone who might like to teach a course,
please contact email@example.com