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A North Philly museum has educated the community for free since before the Civil War.

By Jean Luc Renault
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LT International Beauty School: Become a Licensed Cosmetologist!

Ever dreamed about being a licensed cosmetologist? Here's your opportunity. LT International Beauty School offers classes in aroma therapy, esthetician, microdermabrasion, permanent makeup, facial massage training, and manicurist and nail technician. Equipment and uniforms are included.

Classes are forming Sept. 11 and Oct. 29 at two convenient locations in Philadelphia. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Call today and receive $500 off enrollment.

LT International Beauty School , 830 N. Broad St. 215.922.4478; 2522 N. Broad St. 215.229.0390

Informed Perception: An Objective Approach to Aesthetic Education

Participate in a seminar offered by La Salle University's College of Professional and Continuing Studies in collaboration with the Violette de Mazia foundation. The seminar meets Saturday mornings at the La Salle Art Museum, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Sept. 8 to Dec. 8.

Twenty full scholarships available. Students receive three continuing education credits.

For scholarship and registration information call the College of Professional and Continuing Studies at 215.951.1234.

Apply now--spaces are limited.

The La Salle Art Museum currently houses more than 4,000 objects and provides a survey of Western art from the 15th century to the present. Smaller collections of Japanese prints, Indian miniatures, pre-Colombian ceramics and African sculptures offer visitors the opportunity to explore the arts of Asia, Africa and the Americas.

La Salle Art Museum , Miranda Clark-Binder, 215.991.3680. www.lasalle.edu/museum

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