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Meals, Events & Kids Camp
Meals at ISSI
Breakfast: Breakfast Menu posted daily at the Coffee Café
Lunch: Lunches will be available for purchase on campus. Snacks and beverages will also be available for purchase.
Evening Courses and Social EventsMonday Evening: 7:00 pm, Duke Theatre - Film
Movie buffs: join us Monday, August 1 at 7pm in the LTCC Duke Theatre for an award-winning Spanish language film with English subtitles. It's just $5 at the door, or buy tickets in advance Monday, August 1 in the LTCC Commons. Check back to find out what film will be shown.
Tuesday Evening: 6:00 pm - 8:50 pm, Lecture - Painting War: Velazquez, Goya and Picasso
Literature, art and music arise out of the interplay between harmonies and conflict, dissonance and resolution. In that sense, art is not merely an image of life, it is life in its richness, complexity and paradoxes. Perhaps for that reason, art often probes conflict in its most exaggerated form: war. This course will focus on three representations of war: Velazquez's "Surrender of Breda," Goya's "Third of May," and Picasso's "Guernica." We will explore the context for each painting, discover the values and attitudes embedded in style, and draw conclusions about what these images of violence tell us about peace.
Dr. John Rosenberg is back by popular demand with this course. Dean of the College of Humanities at Brigham Young University, John Rosenberg, Ph.D., is also a professor of Spanish at the University. He holds awards for his outstanding teaching at Brigham Young University and Cornell University, and was honored by the King and government of Spain for "extraordinary efforts serving the interests of Spain."
Wednesday Evening: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm Latino Dance Night
Thursday Evening: 6:00 pm - 8:50 pm
SPA 199A, D, H: The Difficult Trip, Created by Henry Wilds (Interactive Conversation Course)
Take a vacation to colonial Mexico, without leaving Lake Tahoe! Travel through our plaza experiencing realistic travel-oriented situations while conversing with native Spanish speakers. Visit the bank, market, bus station, go through customs, a restaurant, and much more. You'll soon be ready to travel anywhere your Spanish takes you! All levels are welcome - highly recommended for Low Beginning through Low Advanced. Note: Three general levels available - Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced. You must register to attend this course.
The following programs are available through CONNECT - Community Education during ISSI, Monday, August 1 - Friday, August 5:
Contact CONNECT - Community Education:
530-541-4660 ext. 717