SHORT COURSES OPEN MORNING
FREE – SATURDAY 29 FEBRUARY, 11:00 – 13:00
Speakers and subjects include:
- Dr Anne Puetz and Clare Richardson introducing Art History
- Dr Geoffrey Nuttall on the Renaissance
- Nicola Moorby on the art of J.M.W. Turner
- Dr Caroline Levitt on modern art
We would like to invite everyone who wants to discover more about our art history short courses to The Courtauld’s campus at Vernon Square.
Whether you’re a regular museum and gallery visitor or new to art and art history, come and meet some of our friendly team of lecturers. There will be a selection of short, engaging talks giving an insight into what we teach and how we teach it, and the chance to find out all about the Courtauld over tea, coffee and cake.
Short Courses at The Courtauld offer first-rate and engaging programmes in art history on a variety of subjects, and are intended for everyone over the age of 18. They include a termly evening lecture series; week-long day-time Summer School courses running over four weeks in July; three- or four-day Spring and Autumn courses, a Saturday study event once each term, and a range of Europe-wide art history Study Tours. Teaching at Vernon Square combines class-room sessions with visits to galleries, museums, churches and other sites.
The Courtauld is a world-leading centre for the study of art history, conservation and curating, and an exciting place to start your journey into Art History.
The morning is free of charge and is intended for those who have not taken a Short Course at The Courtauld before.
|10:30||Meet and greet, refreshments|
|11:00||Dr Anne Puetz and Clare Richardson: Introducing Art History: a case study|
|11:20||Dr Geoffrey Nuttall on aspects of Renaissance art|
|11:40||Break and time for questions and discussion|
|12:00||Nicola Moorby on J.M.W. Turner|
|12:20||Dr Caroline Levitt on aspects of modern art|
|12:40||Time for questions and discussion|