I heartily agree with Michael. I had the great pleasure of taking
"master classes" at the Revere Academy in the late 80's before there
was a "Masters Symposium". I got to take classes from people like
Michael Good, Dawn Nakanishi, Ed Friedman, Kent Raible and Adolfo
Mattiello. Somehow, I managed to miss taking a class with Michael
even though our forays at Revere occurred during the same period.
I really recommend the classes at Alan's. The subjects offered are
diverse with something to peak almost anyone's interest. The
teachers are excellent and the facilities are terrific (Added bonus:
Otto Frei/formerly Frei & Borel is next door!). The format of the
classes are practical and condensed, showing great appreciation and
respect for peoples' time and hard earned money.
(opportunistic student in the late 80's targeting interesting
classes with special emphasis on fabulous visiting instructors,
JACMBJ - 1st woman)