UNIVERSITY OPEN AIR: A FREE SERIES OF OUTDOOR CLASSES TAUGHT BY IMMIGRANT TEACHERS & PROFESSORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD (SPONSORED)

Brooklyn Public Library, in collaboration with Prospect Park Alliance, will launch the third semester of University Open Air, a free series of outdoor classes taught by professors, researchers and academics from around the world. Beginning on Wednesday, September 16, classes for the two-week semester will take place at the Boathouse and the surrounding area in Prospect Park located at 101 East Dr., Brooklyn, NY 11225. Classes will be capped at 12 participants; social distancing and masks will be required.

University Open Air is a space for immigrants, many of whom cannot practice their professions in the U.S., to share their knowledge and experience with fellow community members, neighbors and friends. Please note, while UOA courses aim to equip students with valuable skills, they are non‐accredited.

To see a full course schedule and to register for classes, please visit: https://www.bklynlibrary.org/university-open-air

For general questions or press inquiries, please email: universityopenair@bklynlibrary.org

University Open Air is generously supported by The Morris & Alma Schapiro Fund. WNYC is a media partner of Brooklyn Public Library.

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