New! Fiber Art

Wednesday, October 25, 6 – 9 pm

Create fiber art using a variety of techniques and materials. Students will explore surface decoration techniques including stamp, stencil, discharging and foiling to create a dazzling length of fabric used as a wall hanging or article of clothing.  Bring a smock and your imagination.

Instructor: Sharon Otstot
$59/ $53 members
Perlman Art Studio  



New! Makeup for Boomer Women

Friday, November 3, 11 am – 1 pm

Skincare and makeup routines that enhance our appearance in 20s and 30s most likely don’t work for us anymore; but what does work?  This class offers a demonstration of techniques and products as well as responds to individual questions. As we mature, there are tips, techniques and products we should know that will help us be our best.  Interestingly, a 2011 scientific study confirmed that not only does wearing the right makeup make a woman feel more confident, but others perceive her as more confident, competent and in charge.

Instructor: Elise Marquan Jahns
$45/$40 members
Multipurpose Room  


New! Beginner Native American Flute

Mondays, November 6- December 11, 4 – 6 pm

Learn the history of the Native American Style Flute, reasons for its resurgence, and the calming benefits while learning to play.  Students will learn proper breathing techniques, tonguing (slurring, staccato, double and triple) while demonstrating the various fingering techniques of trills, pull-offs, note-bending, half-holing notes, chirps and other embellishments.

Instructor: Kathryn Twinfeathers
$95/$85 members


New! Introduction to Floral Design Techniques

Tuesday, November 14, 2 – 5 pm

Learn the art of floral design, including the care and handling of flowers, greens and other materials used in floral arrangements. Create designs for your home or apply for an entry level position in a floral shop. All floral arrangements made in class are yours to keep.

Instructor: Danielle Coleman
$85/ $76 members
Perlman Art Studio


New! First Aid, CPR Continual Compression

Sunday, November 12, 1 – 5 pm

Learn basic first aid to help victims while waiting for professional help, as well as techniques to immediately treat injured people so that they are more likely to fully recuperate after being assessed and treated professionally. Topics include: fractures, poisoning, burns, shock and heat stroke, as well as the new continuous CPR method.

Instructor: Tangee Craig
$75/$68 members
Jewish Heritage Center  


New! Advanced Texas Hold’em Strategy

Tuesdays, November 14 – December 19, 2 – 4 pm

Being an expert poker player isn’t just reserved for those with money, time, and brain power.  Everyone starts somewhere and this course guides students in strategies. Odds theory, reading body language, patience are a few of the skills practiced to avoid jumping straight into a game of poker without really knowing what is happening.

Instructor: Mark Brement
$99/$89 members
Catalina Room


For more information please contact Barbara Fenig, Director of Arts & Culture, at bfenig@tucsonjcc.org or 520-299-3000.