Designed for those who love to learn, Tucson’s independent arts and humanities series offers intriguing topics presented by outstanding scholars who delight in teaching.  You’ll find classmates who share your passion for new ideas as you explore art, writing, literature, music, history, and more.

Include some time for learning in your busy schedule this year. Nourish your intellect, increase your understanding of a favorite subject, or experiment with something new. Energize yourself with new ideas. You’ll be amazed at the result.

Give Your Regards To Broadway this year with Professor Richard Hanson

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February 2019

Class Date/Time
Writing in Troubled Times
Instructor: Meg Files
Fridays, Feb 1 – Mar 22, 1:00-4:00pm

March 2019

Class Date/Time
World War 1
Instructor: Richard A. Cosgrove Ph.D
Thursdays, Mar 7 – 28, 1:30-3:30pm
In Search of the First Americans
Instructor: Matthew J. Rowe PhD
Thursdays, Mar 14 – Apr 18, 10:00am-noon
Friendship of Hawthorne & Melville - Tucson Session
Instructor: William A. Fry Ph.D
Wednesdays, Mar 20 – Apr 10, 9:45am-11:45am
Friendship of Hawthorne & Melville - Oro Valley Session
Instructor: William A. Fry Ph.D
Fridays, Mar 22 – Apr 12, 9:30am-11:30am
Taste of Tucson Downtown - Tour 3
Instructor: Elysa Crum and Sherry Weiss
Friday Mar 29, 1:00-4:45pm

April 2019

Class Date/Time
The Universe According to Ancient Egyptians
Instructor: Prof. Pearce Paul Creasman
Monday, Apr 1, 11:30am-1:30pm