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Short Courses in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art
Image Credit: (c) Ben Johnson & The Courtauld
Short Courses in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art
Image Credit: (c) The Samuel Courtauld Trust, The Courtauld Gallery, London

Short Courses in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art

Take a rewarding short course at the world-renowned Courtauld Institute of Art, with no previous experience needed!

1 April 2017 - 14 October 2017 | Visit website

The Courtauld Institute of Art offer a range of stimulating short courses in art history, combing in a high level of intellectual enquiry with a friendly and accessible delivery. This year, immerse yourself in culture at The Courtauld:


Showcasing Art History
Intended as an introduction into the sensory studies of the arts, this lecture series examines contemporary installations featuring sound, smell and touch, as well as exploring what it might have been like in the past to experience art and architecture with every sense.

Showcasing Art History is a series of five evening lectures given by experts in the field, running 25 April 5- 23 May 2017.


Summer School 2017
Enjoy a week of highly expert tuition in the company of like-minded enthusiasts on a Summer School course. These courses combine classroom sessions with the close study of objects in museums and galleries, and focus intensively on themes ranging from Art Collecting in Renaissance Italy to Food in Modern and Contemporary Art and from the culture of Regency London to the arts of today’s China, India and Pakistan.

Week-long Summer School Short Courses run 10 July - 4 August.


Saturday Study Events
Can’t commit to a whole term or week? Take a Saturday Study course focusing on the Courtauld Gallery’s collections and temporary exhibitions.

The next Saturday Study event takes place on 1 April and focuses on the Courtauld's extensive collection of old master drawings, exploring questions of functions and uses, authorship and provenance, subject-matter and technique.
 

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