Art History – 19th Century European Art
None required. Learners will require a good understanding of spoken and written English
What Will I learn?
By the end of the course depending on your level of experience you should be able to:
Understand how European Art developed in the 19th Century with a focus on Impressionism
Have discussed and investigated the techniques and life and times of the artists concerned
Have increased your knowledge and enjoyment of Art
Subject Contents/Topics to be covered:
• Impressionist Art
• Art of making techniques
• Life and Times of key Impressionist Artists
Online interactive seminars using Zoom video conferencing
Interactive presentation Lecture based course using high Resolution slides
Directed independent study as well as group based activities
Your progress and achievement will be recognised throughout the duration of the course.
You will learn to evaluate your understanding and recognise areas for improvement with help from your tutor.
At the end of the course you and your tutor will discuss and record what you have achieved and what you still need or want to learn.
Additional Costs to Students:
Need a device to access zoom video conferencing and an internet connection.
What Extra Work Do I Need to Do Outside the Classroom?
Equipment Materials to be brought to the First Meeting:
Pen and paper for making notes. Personal learning file.
You will be asked to complete necessary online paperwork in order that CALAT can claim government funding to subsidise the cost of the course.
Further CALAT Art History courses which take a chronological approach to the subject.
For Creative Arts and Practical Skills courses learners must be able to work independently and be to access the zoom lesson at the appointed time
Art History - 19th Century European Art
- Reference DEP302-20
- Location: DIGITAL E-LEARNING
- Start Date: 20 Apr 2021
- End Date: 29 Jun 2021
- Course Duration: 10 weeks
- Time: Tue 10.00 - 12.00
- 4 places available