Adult Community Programs are (noncredit) workshops and programs on a variety of topics, designed to give community members opportunities to learn something new. Topics include history, art, computers, language, gardening, crafts, cooking, film, fitness, home, and special interests. There are also day trips and special events. Unless otherwise stated, programs are designed for adults 18 and over.

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If a workshop has insufficient enrollment, the workshop will be cancelled. The number of paid registrations is used to make this decision. The decision to cancel will be made during the week prior to the first class meeting. Day trip cancellation decisions will be made based on destination registration deadlines.

Meet Our Instructors

Jean Griffith Jean Griffith

"Painting and drawing are my artistic passions and I have enjoyed teaching art at Illinois Central College, Peoria Campus for 10 years. As an artist, I am not afraid to take a risk, and I enjoy the challenge of experimenting with many different types of media including acrylics, watercolors, and mixed media. My painting style is varied depending on what inspires me at the moment. I paint in both a realist and abstract style. I am fascinated by "found objects" and often use these recycled items to add elements of texture and dimension to my artwork."

Ann Conver Ann Conver
"Photography is my passion...making images, exhibiting and teaching photography.

I grew up in Peoria, Illinois, in a family rich with artists, musicians and writers.

My undergraduate work was done at University of Saint Mary, Leavenworth, Kansas, where I had the great fortune of being taught by people who were not only excellent teachers but exceptional artists and have been generous mentors throughout my artistic career.

I received my professional photographic training at the Maine Photographic Workshop in Rockport, Maine, where I was a resident for a full year; I earned a Master of Fine Art from Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois.

The process of image making through photography has always been and still is magic to me. Whether looking through the lens, viewing a capture on the back of a digital camera or on a computer or watching a print come up in a tray of developer...magic. The challenge for any craftsman is to perfect his medium. It is my goal to capture the best picture in camera through the use of all the exposure controls that a camera has to offer."