Dear fellow CL&L students,
Our new semester’s program springs forward on April 3. You’ll find our outstanding all-volunteer faculty of experts offering discussion-provoking and insightful talks. Favorite teachers return with new takes on favorite topics:
- The American Character with Sandy Kessler
- Great Movie Soundtracks with Roy Magsisi
- The Pleasure of Poetry in the Spring with Barry Wallenstein
- The Art of the Tale with Lisa Commager
- Latin American Women Writers with Pilar V. Rotella
- Shakespeare in Love – at the Movies with Dan Leary
- Explorations in Consciousness with Alan Steinfeld
- Charming Cads on Film with Louise Terry
- Politics 2018 with Larry Geneen
- Calling Yourself a Socialist with Bill Caspary
- Reflections on (Almost) Everything with Manfred Weidhorn
Get no kick from Champagne? We think you’ll get a kick out of Stacy Sullivan’s session on Cole Porter’s life and music our first week. And more:
- Issues of our time: Combatting Anti-Semitism around the world, 9/11 Memorial Museum, the Real and “Enchanted” Worlds, Building a Healthcare System Half a World Away
- The arts: American Folk Art; Law & Order – you’re the jury; Drawing (and Coloring) Outside the Lines
- NYC: Public Education’s century of change, the Central Park Conservancy
- About you: reinventing oneself after retirement, writing memoirs
Design your own curriculum – as many classes as you want all for just one fee. See our full course descriptions and registration form on our site. You can register online on the site and bring your check to school, or return your completed form with your check to CL&L, P.O. Box 592, New York, NY 10028.
Share the pleasures of learning by inviting your friends to join you! First-time students can sample a full day during the 1st week of classes at no cost.
We’d also like to introduce Johanna Heinemann-Haas, administrative assistant, and Mimi Shala, tech assistant, who will be working with our board.
Please feel free to write to us with any questions or call 212-644-3320.
Hoping to see you soon, Judy Langer,