Art History & Culture Semester
Discover the multitude of art practices, contemporary art sources, and ‘business’ activity within the arts industry.
On this semester course participants explore the language and meaning of art, learning ways to articulate their ideas and communicate their findings to a knowledgeable art audience, or to the general public. Aimed at students with at least one-year previous undergraduate study in art history, art & design, or similar field, this inspiring short course develops skills in creative research and analysis of visual materials including art, sculpture, contemporary objects and images, through critical awareness, creative thinking, and effective written communication skills including, publishing, art writing and journalism.
Learning focus Semester 1 · autumn start
- History of Cinema & Visual Art
- Art History Criticism
- Bibliography & Biblioteconomy
- Publishing System
- Theories of Visual Languages
Learning focus Semester 2 · spring start
- Graphic Design for Publishing
- Art Writing
- Art Journalism
- Multimedia Publishing
- IT Tools
- History of Contemporary Art
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