Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI)
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) offers an impressive selection of educational and social opportunities for adults age 50 and older. With a purpose to promote lifelong learning and continued intellectual and personal growth for retirement-age individuals, OLLI has become the place for fun, interactive learning in a safe and encouraging environment.
Curriculum draws from the interests, talents, and experiences of older adult learners. Academic courses are college level (without the homework, term papers, and tests), and cover everything from personal computers to fitness for life and visual arts. Social activities include various gatherings for dinner, laughter, and entertainment.
Art & Music
A Picture Worth A Thousand Words
Art of the Italian Renaissance (1300-1550) Giotto through Michelangelo
Berlin Philharmoniker in Concert in Eight Different Symphonic Halls Across Europe
Calligraphy – The Art of Beautiful Writing
Depicting Realistic Foliage in Landscape Art
Depicting Realistic Water in Landscape Art
Drawing Your Own House
Fearless Rendering in Pen and Ink
Florals in Watercolor
Jewelry Making – More Techniques
Oil Painting – Beginning
Painted Vacations in Watercolor
Painting From Your Photographs
Pencil, Pen & Ink Drawing – Beginning
Piano By Ear
Sketching Your World
Sketching Your World- Intermediate
The Art of Alfred Hitchcock- Part II
The Flims of Meryl Streep
The Zentangle Method
Watercolor From the Masters
Western American Art History 101
Advanced Care Planning- Wellstar Good Life Club – Wednesday, 4/19/2017
OLLI Spring Social – Ports of Call – Monday, 5/22/2017
Senior Adult Literacy Program – Call Pat Walker at 470-578-3508 for information.
A History of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
All Politics Is Indeed Local…How to use your Leverage
Civil War Spies
Faces of “America s Greatest Generations” Since 1776
Game Changers…Westward Ho!
Grant & Sherman: “Together in Victory”
Introduction to Wine – A Journey
November 22, 1963
Spirits of The Great American West
The Age of Clipper Ships
The Guerrilla War in Georgia
Why Is Life the Way it is?
Advanced Beginner Knitting
Basics of eBay Selling
Bridge in the 21st Century – Part I
Bridge in the 21st Century – Part II – Play of the Hand
Bridge in the 21st Century – Part III- Defense
Bridge in the 21st Century-Part V- Intermediate Play and Bidding
Building Your Business on eBay: Beyond the Basics
Digital Photography – Introduction
eBay Stores 101
Fly Fishing for Seniors
Getting Started in Genealogy
Jewelry Making – Techniques for Beginners
Publish Your Own Book
You can make new friends and enjoy scheduled activities in the OLLI Club Room. Sit and chat awhile, check out a book, surf the Internet, or join a card or other table game…it’s all available in the Club Room, a special members’ only area of the KSU Center. To schedule a tour or for more information, please contact Pat Walker at 470-578-3508. We look forward to showing you around. Membership privileges include free coffee, free Internet-connected computer usage, 10% off any OLLI class (except when noted otherwise), regularly-scheduled Bridge games and Bridge Marathons, and OLLI Library access.
Please call our Registration office at 470-578-6765 to register and join the fun.
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