What are Community Education Classes?
These classes and workshops are provided to offer you fun and affordable learning opportunities. Many of these classes are suitable for all ages, offered on evenings and weekends, and you don’t need to be a Gateway student to register. Whether you want to learn a new hobby, or just have fun among friends, our Community Education classes are for you.
Contact: Toni Bloom Mueller
Courses and Registration
Come back soon - more classes are being added!
Meet Our Team
Beth Johnson is the Urban Conservator with the City of Cincinnati, Ohio, Department of Buildings and Inspections. She has worked in the Historic Preservation field for 10 years working in San Antonio and Austin, Texas, Covington, Kentucky and has been with the City of Cincinnati since February 2016. She has a Masters of Historic Preservation Planning from Cornell University and is AICP certified.
Steve Oldfield is an award-winning photographer, documentary filmmaker, and nationally syndicated film critic that has worked on six continents. Steve has helped to create digital tours of Covington, Augusta, Fort Thomas, and across Kentucky for the Lincoln Heritage Trail. Steve co-directed "Covington at 200: Points of View" which has aired more than 50 times on KET and won a 2016 Kentucky Historical Society Award. Steve has taught television and documentary film at the University of Cincinnati, for Northern Kentucky University's Masters of Public History Program, and mentors high school filmmakers at Villa Madonna Academy.