Courses

The Knowledge Exchange Lunch and Learn Presentations are Free and Open to the Public.

Bring a lunch and enjoy informative and entertaining lecture/audiovisual presentations created and presented by volunteers within our local community. Always stimulating and fun, register now to reserve your seat!

Friday, April 19, 2024 / 12:00PM-1:00PM / Classroom B2203

Lunchtime Concert with Tom Neilson: Peace is an Environmental Issue

Lunch, Listen, and Learn with Tom during an entertaining hour of music blending art and activism through songs of satire and social commentary.

Note: Morning classes will end 15 minutes early and afternoon classes will begin 15 minutes later to accommodate concert attendance.


Friday, April 19, 2024, F1622

The Knowledge Exchange Lunch and Learn Presentations are Free and Open to the Public.

Bring a lunch and enjoy informative and entertaining lecture/audiovisual presentations created and presented by volunteers within our local community.

Always stimulating and fun, register now to reserve your seat!

Friday, May 10, 2024 / 12:10PM-12:55PM / Classroom B2203

Jack Kirby: The Man Who Created the Future

Presented by Knowledge Exchange Volunteer Advisory Committee Member and Class Leader, Jerome Julian.

Jack Kirby (b. 1917, d. 1994) may be the most important artist you have never heard of!

Here's a few clues: Iron Man. Captain America. Thor. Spiderman. The Avengers. The X-Men.

Kirby was a comic book artist who, along with a few collaborators including Marvel Comics' Stan Lee, invented, or co-created, the characters named above. Beyond that, Kirby was a visionary, with his dynamic artistic style influencing a whole generation of comics creators and films, including George Lucas' Star Wars. He later split with Stan Lee and Marvel in a public and acrimonious lawsuit, but not before paving a new road with animation and graphic novels.

Learn about the tough kid from New York's Hell's Kitchen that blazed new horizons as well as the cosmos, with his amazing and ground-breaking artistry and storytelling.



Friday, May 10, 2024, B2203