i Pieter Bruegel the Elder (artist), Pieter van der Heyden (engraver), Hieronymus Cock (publisher), Spring, 1570, detail, pen and ink on paper, The Courtauld, London (Samuel Courtauld Trust) © The Courtauld.

Spring Courses on campus

Our Spring School on campus includes courses from our Making Sense of and Media, Materials and Methods strands of programmes, allowing for in-depth classroom discussion with your fellow students. The teaching day generally lasts from 10:00 to 16:30, with registration from 09:30 on the first day.

Spring on campus courses include:

  • Classroom sessions alongside visits to museums, galleries, print rooms or other sites
  • Morning and/or afternoon refreshments (where students are on campus)
  • Extensive course materials on the VLE, and reference access to the Library during course delivery and in the nearest vacation

Spring Courses on campus

Making Sense of Christian Iconography

Monday 8 – Thursday 11 April 2024, £495. This course introduces you to the Christian themes that dominated art for centuries, within their historical contexts, and teaches you to recognise and understand the ways in which they were represented.

Making Sense of ‘the Classical’ in Art

Monday 8 – Thursday 11 April 2024, £495. This course investigates canonical examples of the visual arts of classical antiquity, alongside a much wider range of art works produced in antiquity across the Mediterranean.