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From the mighty Himalayas to Shakespeare's stage and beyond, explore diverse landscapes and adventures from the comfort of your own home. Each Go Learn Virtual Experience includes a series of presentations, discussions, and experiences to take you deeper into every subject.
Past Virtual Experiences
Tim Slover and Jane England - Shakespeare In The Spring W, F, Sa, Sun, March 17 - 21, 2021 - Regsitration Closed
See Shakespeare in a completely new way with the Royal Shakespeare Company's Dream, an interactive virtual experience based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We'll prepare by exploring the Bard's life and the places important to him, followed by a discussion on A Midsummer Night’s Dream. We'll then attend Dream together (virtually) and discuss our experience afterward. Don't miss this unique experience with our expert guides Tim and Jane!! .
Jonathan Duncan - HIMALAYA—A Virtual Exploration Of The World’s Greatest Mountains Wednesdays, April 14 - May 5, 2021 - Registration Closed!
Come join in an immersive virtual adventure into the world’s greatest mountains. This month-long course will track four separate journeys into the Himalayas. Each week will introduce you to the landscapes, cultures, the arts, and the history of one of the world’s most ecologically and culturally diverse regions. Your guide will be Jonathan Duncan, an award-winning photojournalist and Westminster College’s adjunct professor of adventure media and photography. For several years, Jonathan has been teaching courses on the world’s sacred mountains and Himalayan geography for the Osher Institute at the University of Utah.
Join us on a magical history tour! Just to spite the pandemic, we’ll take in a handful of the most important archaeological sites on mainland Greece, stop briefly at a nearby island, and we won’t even wear masks! Along the way, we’ll meet a few of the locals and sample (virtually, at least) some of the local cuisine.