Short study days typically run from 09:30am-4:30pm, with breaks for morning coffee & biscuits, lunch and afternoon tea & cake.
The setting is clean and comfortable and conducive to productive learning and extended discussion. Thus, whilst the main content will be delivered by an experienced course tutor, it should not be a monologue; more an interactive forum for discussion around the taught material.
Support materials are provided, in the form of supplementary course notes in advance, accompanying study notes and slide lists, as well as recommended reading lists and gallery visits.
The short study days tend to take an aspect of a period or movement or an artist’s career, rather than taking on an entire period or oeuvre.
Some of our taught courses:
- Scene in a New Light: French Impressionism in the nineteenth century
- Managing Modernism: A introduction to Modernism in the Arts
- Ways of Seeing: The Art of Art History: An Introduction to the Subject
- Exploring the Genres in Art: A Crash Course in Subjects & Genres in Art
- The Spirit of the Belle Epoque: Art Nouveau in Europe at the fin de siècle
- Romanticism & the Rise of the Individual: Romanticism in Art
- Cotswoldian Colloquialism & Vernacular Revivalism: The Arts & Crafts Movement
- Pinnacles & Progress: The Gothic Revival in Georgian and Victorian England
- ‘Man is the Measure of all Things’: The Early Renaissance in Italy
- ‘Calm Simplicity & Noble Grandeur’: Classicism as a Paradigm & Way of Life
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