Course Summary

The Sixties was a decade of challenge and change. The wall in Berlin, the crisis in Cuba, political assassinations, student protests, proxy wars, the space race, colonial collapse and the false Spring in Prague will all be covered in our ongoing investigation as we address social, political and cultural aspects of this momentous decade.

Course Sessions

Thursday, 4th July - 4 classes


Session ID DNAT2601C
4 Jul - 25 Jul 11:00am - 12:30pm
Location CAE
Session Fees
$189 / $180 (conc)
Teacher
Richard Stone

Richard Stone has long been intrigued by history and fascinated by human creativity. An extended period of tertiary study produced a Degree in Art History and Music along with Diplomas in Art and Design and in Education, followed by a satisfying 30-year career as a teacher and lecturer in independent schools.

Throughout his teaching career, Richard also practised as a painter and photographer and satisfied an urge to travel by developing a program of European study tours. Since the mid-90s, Richard has accompanied more than 20 groups of secondary students and adults to various destinations in search of cultural enlightenment. Richard has been teaching at the CAE since 2016, sharing his enthusiasm for history, literature and the arts through a range of talks.

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