History of Art - Western European - Monday

Course Name: History of Art - Western European
Course Code: POS0CED005
Location / Venue: Oswestry Campus
Start Date: 18-Sep-17
Days: Monday
Times: 7.00pm-9.00pm
Weeks: 8
Tuition Fee: £80.00

What is the course about?

Pictures are windows. They open up a view that extends beyond the familiar horizons of everyday life. They bring us face to face with figures we do not know, with buildings from times gone by, and landscapes that no longer look the same or indeed never existed at all.
Pictures offer adventure. At least to those who are willing to step out of the four walls around them and, using their physical senses, their powers of intellect and their own life experiences, discover all that the work of art holds in store.
The 8 week course will cover a wide time span; include painting, sculpture and architecture on a specific part of the subject.
We will cover a different section each week, and each 8 week course will be different. A schedule of what we will cover during those 8 weeks will be given to learners on the 1st night - PLEASE NOTE ALL CLASS NOTES AND INFORMATION WILL BE SENT VIA EMAIL PLEASE ADVISE ME AT THE 1ST SESSION IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER.


Is there anything I need to bring with me?


  • Nothing is required to bring to the course but go to any gallery and just look.

  • Lots of good programmes on BBC4 are worth a watch.

  • Each course covers seperate subjects and happy to have subjects from students.

  • Images will be shown on the interactive white board.



Is there anything else I need to be aware of?


  • If you have an interest in art history and social change then this course is for you.

  • No previous knowledge or experience is needed.

  • Hope to open a new world of art for students.

  • Hope to arrange a trip normally Sunday to a gallery extra cost re travel - optional.




Are there any opportunities for progression with this course?

This course is offered 2 of the 3 terms per year and we study different periods/artists each time.

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