Do I have to register to take a class?
No, this is a free, online, self-paced, flexible, free-form class. When registering, you simply set what you want to be learning as an instructor and the program will pick up automatically. If you’re interested in participating, you can make an account at www.artofart.com/register. It takes 15-20 minutes to sign up. You can then watch videos by clicking “Read More” and you will be able to participate on video chat. After the first class, you will need to login to view the class. This is completely different to traditional art courses, where you submit your work before the class even starts. It allows for an even more flexible and open learning environment.
Are classes available for students of ALL levels?
Please feel welcome to come and participate in any of our classes! We are offering a wide variety of classes for people of all ages.
Are classes accessible for sight-impaired?
Absolutely! The class curriculum provides visual representations, audio of the audio, and video clips associated with the audio and visuals.
How can I get involved?
Interested in a class? Please feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org!
By Michael Barnard
A few weeks back I wrote a post, “Saving the Planet Now is Better Than Saving the Planet Tomorrow,” in which I explained why I have so far not seen any evidence for a human caused global warming (HAGW) or a global cooling event, which is consistent with some climate models. It is certainly possible that we could become a “global cold turkey.” However I do not believe that will happen, and will take a look at the effects of the recent heatwave.
First of all a bit of background as to the current climate cycle:
What is a “global warming” event?
A general warming trend is observed worldwide, with some hotspots observed in particular. Some recent extreme heat events have been observed in Europe, some during the summer months. However, heat wave events occur randomly worldwide.
We are currently experiencing an increase in the number of warm and dry winters.
At the same time many parts of the earth have been experiencing cold and wet years that are very unusual for this time of the year.
However, we have many warm and dry years which are the result of the global climate cycle. It is
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