Our Art History Courses led by expert tutors provide a range of
in-depth insights into the history of art and are suitable for all.
Courses are bookable as individual sessions priced from £25 and
Enjoy our Pick and Mix offer! Receive a 10% discount (exclusions apply) and create a programme tailor-made to your interests when you choose multiple sessions from across our Art History Courses. Four sessions £90, five sessions £110 and six sessions £130.
To book your place on any of our Art Courses please contact Reception on 01243 774557 / email@example.com.
Courses at a glance:
Commences 4th July 2017
Many of the leading writers, artists, composers, architects and patrons of British Modernism lived in Sussex during key moments of their lives. Led by lecturers in Modernism at the University of Sussex, this four session course will explore their lives, work, homes and attitudes to the county. Sessions include: Sussex Modernism and Retreat, Sussex Modernism and Domesticity, Sussex Surrealism and Sussex Modernism and the Landscape.
Weds 23rd August 2017
Sat 2nd September 2017
Weds 13th September 2017
Thurs 21st September 2017
Commences 26th September 2017
Over the course of five sessions, discover iconic masterpieces by great artists from the Renaissance to the present day, including some of the greatest works of art ever produced in Western European culture. Sessions include: The Renaissance, 17th Century Netherlandish Art, 18th Century British Art, Art of the 19th Century and the 20th/21st Century.
Commences 7th October 2017
A repeat of the sell-out 2016 course, this six session course now on Saturdays will follow the history of modern art from its beginnings in mid-19th century France to the early 21st century, exploring how some of this art can still cause excitement and outrage. Sessions include: Origins of Modern Art, Early 20th Century Modern Movements, Art Between the Wars, Post WWII Art, Modern Sculpture and Post-Modernism.
Commences 24th January 2018
A four session course exploring a wide variety of major masterpieces in London’s most significant galleries, from medieval works in the National and Courtauld Galleries, TATE Britain and Tate Modern’s brand new Switch House.