Academic courses are usually available following secondary education. They are a great way for students to pursue personal development or hone in on their interests before committing to a higher degree such as a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
What are courses in art history? These courses can cover a wide variety of topics, including the history of many mediums of art in countries across the world. You might find courses that focus on fashion in art history, specific periods in art history such as the Renaissance, or even certain artists or styles such as Van Gogh or Impressionism. Courses may include discussion time, trips to museums or group projects on the type of art studied. Your comprehension may be tested in a written or oral exam.
The benefits of taking a course in art history may include developing your knowledge regarding a certain period in art history. You may also discover your interests in one type of media over another. You may even decide to turn your passion into a career in art history. This course can teach you to develop relationships with artists and curators alike.
The cost of taking a course in art history will vary, as with any type of higher learning. You should contact schools of your choice for more information on tuition and fees.
A course in art history may lead down many interesting career paths. You can use it to advance your current career at a museum or to jumpstart your bachelor’s or master’s degree. You may also use your newfound knowledge to become a curator and help develop private collections. Other career paths may include becoming an art history teacher or working as an archaeologist to discover ancient art.
There are many places you can take courses in art history, including local colleges, universities both at home and abroad, and many online options. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
In this course, many artworks in the history of Italy and Europe will be studied; including those that can be visited actually in Florence.
In this course, many art works in the history of Italy and Europe will be studied; including those that can be visited actually in Florence.
Week - Date - Curriculum
Week 1 May 8 – 12 Pre-history, Etruscan Art
Week 2 May 15 – 19 Roman Art
Week 3 May 22 – 26 Medieval Art
Week 4 May 29 – June 2 Renaissance I
Week 5 June 5 – 9 Renaissance II
Week 6 June 12 – 16 Renaissance III
Week 7 June 19 – 23 Renaissance IV
Week 8 June 26 – 30 Renaissance V
Week 9 July 3 – 7 Renaissance VI
Week 10 July 10 – 14 Baroque and Rococo
Week 11 July 17 – 21 Neo-classical and 19C Art
Week 12 July 24 – 28 Modern Art & Contemporary Art
In our Art History & Fashion Program, you can choose from a series of courses on Art History (from Ancient to Baroque), Conservation, and so much more.
When you think about art or fashion, you think about Rome and Italy. From the massive advances achieved by the Roman Empire in art and architecture, through the works of the Italian Renaissance of the 15th century (think Michelangelo and Raphael) to today— with striking modern architecture by Renzo Piano and forward-looking fashions by Fendi, Gattinoni, Brioni, and the other houses based here—Rome has, very literally, millennia of artistic and architectural treasures, triumphs, and trends to study.
What You'll Study
In our Art History & Fashion Program, you can choose from a series of courses on Art History (from Ancient to Baroque), Conservation, and so much more. You also have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take fashion-related courses (including design and styling) at the Accademia di Costume e Moda, one of the best-known Fashion Academies in Rome, or take art classes at the Rome University of Fine Arts (RUFA)....
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This is your chance to live and learn alongside students from the UK and around the world by directly enrolling at University College London. IES Abroad London is dedicated to enhancing your study abroad experience with superior student services and opportunities to fully experience life in London. Our staff in London will help you make the most of your experience abroad. London will be your classroom. Involvement in the local community or a student club enriches your learning experiences and provides excellent opportunities for cultural integration. W...