Vistas & Byways Review:
Vistas & Byways Review (vbreview.org) is an online literary and visual arts magazine published by an all-volunteer staff comprised of members of OLLI at SF State. Our goal in publishing the review is to shine a light on the creative work being done by OLLI at SF State members. The review is published twice a year in spring and fall.
We invite you, as a fellow OLLI member, to join our community of writers and visual artists. In each issue, we display a range of creative work which we hope will reflect our entire OLLI membership. Since the Production Team of Vistas and Byways is staffed solely by unpaid volunteers who are also students in OLLI writing and visual arts classes, some of our own works may be included in the review.
As a strictly volunteer staff, we have a continuing need for volunteers with interest and skill in a variety of areas (editorial, website construction, publicity, marketing and graphic arts). For further information and to apply to join our staff for the Spring 2018 issue, see our online Join Us Form.
OLLI at SF State is an active community of peers age 50 and over engaged in learning through classes, interest groups and events at the SF State downtown and main campuses. Stimulating and provocative six-week courses, taught by current and retired SF State professors and other experts, provide personal and social enrichment. Details about the current course schedule can be found on the olli.sfsu.edu webpage.
OLLI at SF State was founded in 2003. Decisions about the curriculum and programming are made by a nine-member volunteer council, elected by fellow OLLI at SF State members, in partnership with the Program Director. Funding is provided in part by the Bernard Osher Foundation.
Join our OLLI at SF State community of instructors and lifelong learners. All membership packages are valid for one year from your membership start date. If you have any questions about membership packages or course registration, please contact Gwen Sanderson, Program Director: email - OLLI@sfsu.edu; phone - 415-817-4243.