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Ideas to Keep Learning - 22

Published : 05 February 2021 Views: 3662

Photography

Creative camera has free reading and video learning articles that could be useful for u3a photography enthusiasts. They will be added to every two months or so and will be a useful archive, but for now in lockdown they provide something to read and think about.
Photography Tutorials for Enquiring Minds | Creative Camera

Learn more about Anne Frank

Gillian Walnes Perry MBE was the Co-Founder and long-time Executive Director of the educational charity the Anne Frank Trust UK, the British partner organisation of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Since her retirement, she has been lecturing around the world on 'The Life and Surprising Global Legacy of Anne Frank', as well as on a range of popular and engaging social history topics. She is interested in working with u3a groups. See: www.gillianwalnesperry.com and can be contacted on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music

Do you play a musical instrument? If so, you will no doubt be aware of the many benefits of making music. Learning an instrument has been scientifically shown to improve all kinds of mental and physical skills, from memory and hand-eye coordination to creativity and self-expression. It can reduce stress and anxiety and can also be an excellent way to meet people and broaden your social life.

We know that u3a is more about exploring hobbies rather than taking exams, however ABRSM (the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music), has recently launched an innovative new music exam which focuses on your performance: you choose what you play and you’re 100% assessed remotely via video recordings. The great thing is that the exam room comes to you, allowing you to choose where and when to make your recording, meaning no need to perform live in a face-to-face exam.

 

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