Come Back to I-House for Elderhostel, 2004
In June, 2004, International House will present two new Elderhostel programs. The week-long programs are a great way to return to Berkeley with Cal alumni and friends and enjoy lectures and field trips. Elderhostel programs are open to those who are 55 and better. Field trips, activities, meals, accommodations, and lectures are included in the $599 program fee. To receive a flyer, call 510-642-4128 or e-mail email@example.com .
Indigenous Peoples of Northern California
Co-sponsored with UC Berkeley's Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology , lectures by University professors, native scholars, and artists explore cultures, conflicts, and contemporary issues of Native Californian cultures. On a field trip to Point Reyes, we'll tour a recreated Miwok village and see demonstrations of typical skills.
Art and Culture of India, Tibet, Autonomous Region of China, and Nepal
An introduction to the arts and culture of India, Nepal, and Tibet, Autonomous Region of China including a docent-led tour of the re-located and expanded Asian Art Museum in San Francisco. Helen Crane Desai , an International House alumna and art history instructor, and other experts will lecture on topics including Early Indian Art; Art of Nepal and Tibet, Autonomous Region of China; and Gods, Goddesses, Myths and Symbols.
Call Elderhostel toll free at 1-877-426-8056 to register or receive a free catalog. For more information or to receive a flyer, call the I-House Elderhostel Coordinator at 510-642-2664 or visit the I-House website at http://ihouse.berkeley.edu and click on Elderhostel. Limited space is available to attend classes without staying in International House.