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Courses are classes offered by colleges, universities, or other learning institutions and are often taught by industry experts. Students may take courses for professional development, job training, or personal enrichment. What are courses in arts? Art classes typically focus on a specific art form and involve in-depth study of art theory, history, practice, or technique, among other art-related to… Read more

Courses are classes offered by colleges, universities, or other learning institutions and are often taught by industry experts. Students may take courses for professional development, job training, or personal enrichment.

What are courses in arts? Art classes typically focus on a specific art form and involve in-depth study of art theory, history, practice, or technique, among other art-related topics. Particular techniques and mediums include photography, dance, choreography, fashion, and paint. Students of the arts may also choose to focus on art from a particular era, such as medieval art or Roman art.

Students of art learn valuable skills. With increased critical thinking ability, they may be able to better analyze and change their world. Art appreciation often helps students understand and preserve a culture’s history and heritage. Learning to look at the world through an artistic lens can give individuals the ability to adapt to changes and adopt new perspectives.

The price of an art course varies based on the credentials of the instructor, the type of institution offering the class, the length of instruction, and any materials that students may need to purchase on their own or as part of their tuition. Often, students are able to find classes within their budgets.

After studying art, people typically have a wide variety of careers available to them. These can include fine artist, photographer, museum curator, and gallery owner. Many students also opt to launch careers as business owners and sell their art either in high-value markets or to individuals. Graduates with expertise in art history may find employment as instructors in secondary or higher education.

Students may be able to take courses in arts at community colleges, universities, studios, or online. Availability can vary depending on location. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Conde Nast College
London, United Kingdom

This short online course is designed for anyone with an interest in, and fascination for the creation of exciting, engaging visual communication concepts. Perfect for those wi ... +

This short online course is designed for anyone with an interest in, and fascination for the creation of exciting, engaging visual communication concepts. Perfect for those wishing to explore a range of different aspects of Creative Direction and understand the broad spectrum of creative roles that exist in this profession, including Brand Director and Art Director. -
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Part-time
6 weeks
English
10 Jan 2022
06 Jan 2022
Online
 
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Weimar, Germany

The Faculty of Art and Design at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar established the English-language, postgraduate M. F. A. degree programme in »Public Art and...

The Faculty of Art and Design at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar established the English-language, postgraduate M. F. A. degree programme in »Public Art and... -
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Full-time
4 semesters
English
15 Jan 2022
Campus
 
IES Abroad
Barcelona, Spain

In this program, you can choose from a series of courses on Art History, Cultural Studies, Literature, and more. Barcelona will be in your classroom. All of our courses featur ... +

In this program, you can choose from a series of courses on Art History, Cultural Studies, Literature, and more. Barcelona will be in your classroom. All of our courses feature course related trips and numerous faculty-led visits to museums, monuments, and sites around the city. Imagine studying the work of Antoni Gaudí whilst visiting the Sagrada Familia! Study the early paintings of Picasso and head to the Picasso Museum to see the vast collection of his great works. -
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Full-time
Part-time
English, Spanish
Campus
 

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School Of Artistic Professions
Madrid, Spain

To be an artist or to practice a profession linked to the arts is to choose a passion, talent, and creativity, to unite personal interest with professional dedication. It is a ... +

To be an artist or to practice a profession linked to the arts is to choose a passion, talent, and creativity, to unite personal interest with professional dedication. It is also betting on the skills and abilities most sought after by the contemporary professional market, such as imagination and interdisciplinary cooperation. Deciding where to start, where to channel your talent, or which training itinerary is the best for it is not an easy choice. The Fundamental Course of Arts and Artistic Professions of SUR is a unique program in Spain that seeks to put you in contact with the different training and professional options so that you can put your creativity to the test, develop your own criteria and guide the next steps of your career. -
Courses
Spanish (Spain)
Campus
 
Istituto Marangoni Shanghai Fashion Training Centre
Shanghai, China

The cultural practitioners in the art world are experts in the industry. They understand many art techniques and contemporary art, and they also operate commercial activities ... +

The cultural practitioners in the art world are experts in the industry. They understand many art techniques and contemporary art, and they also operate commercial activities in the art industry. As we all know, according to UNESCO (UNESCO) statistics, Italy has the largest number of world cultural heritage items, "world-renowned artworks" are gathered in Florence, and the Marangoni Academy is located in this city, so it has a unique art. learning atmosphere. -
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English, Italian, Chinese
Campus
 
College (Campus) International de Cannes
Cannes, France

This course aims at teachers and trainers in French as a foreign or second language, French or foreign, wishing to vary their techniques and curious about a new approach.

This course aims at teachers and trainers in French as a foreign or second language, French or foreign, wishing to vary their techniques and curious about a new approach. -
Courses
Full-time
French
Campus
 
L'École Des Arts Joailliers - School Of Jewelery Arts
Île-de-France, France

Whether you are attracted to precious stones, interested in the history of jewellery - from prehistoric times to the present day - or its many artistic speciality professions, ... +

Whether you are attracted to precious stones, interested in the history of jewellery - from prehistoric times to the present day - or its many artistic speciality professions, these two-and-a-half hours classes will lead you onto the path of knowledge. -
Courses
Part-time
2 - 3 hours
French, English
Campus
 
British Institute Of Florence
Florence, Italy

This course provides students with an introduction to two key areas of art historical analysis and recognition. This introduction serves as a primary foundation from which the ... +

This course provides students with an introduction to two key areas of art historical analysis and recognition. This introduction serves as a primary foundation from which they develop their ability to view art and architecture technically, academically, and formally. Students are encouraged to contextualize what they see and to remain aware of the importance of the circumstances of every artwork’s conception. They consider how artworks can be viewed as bearers of both explicit and implicit meaning, and they carry out close readings of artworks in order to observe the significance of specific details. The principal aim of the course is to make students aware that each work of art that they scrutinize is an articulate and articulated object, and that they have the capacity to understand what they see through systematic visual examination. The course will introduce students to fundamental developments in art history exemplified in the work of selected writers, who laid the subject’s foundations. -
Courses
Italian
Campus
 
Western University Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Toronto, Canada

A combined historical and thematic survey of select fields that comprise the Humanities and the various approaches and methods they employ in furthering our understanding of t ... +

A combined historical and thematic survey of select fields that comprise the Humanities and the various approaches and methods they employ in furthering our understanding of the human experience. -
Courses
English
Campus
 
Churchill College
Cambridge, United Kingdom

If you regularly visit art exhibitions and galleries, if you look critically at buildings, or if you make art yourself and wonder why and how other artists have made it, then ... +

If you regularly visit art exhibitions and galleries, if you look critically at buildings, or if you make art yourself and wonder why and how other artists have made it, then Art History may well be the most stimulating subject for you at Churchill. For those interested in the modern period, Churchill has the edge on other Cambridge colleges for its modern architecture and its important collections of modern sculptures, painting, prints, and stained glass. -
Courses
English
 
Portsmouth Highbury College
Cosham, United Kingdom

The creative industries are one of Britain’s fastest-growing sectors, and with Highbury, you will receive the support you need in gaining the skills and experience necessary t ... +

The creative industries are one of Britain’s fastest-growing sectors, and with Highbury, you will receive the support you need in gaining the skills and experience necessary to succeed. -
Courses
English
Campus
 
Michigan State University Residential College in the Arts and Humanities
East Lansing, USA

RCAH's unique and rigorous curriculum prepares students to create a better world by exploring diverse ideas, engaging in hands-on creative practices, and working with the comm ... +

RCAH's unique and rigorous curriculum prepares students to create a better world by exploring diverse ideas, engaging in hands-on creative practices, and working with the community around them. -
Courses
English
Campus
 
CATS College Boston
Boston, USA

Over the course of the summer, we offer a range of art and design subjects that will give you a broad introduction to the subject area,

Over the course of the summer, we offer a range of art and design subjects that will give you a broad introduction to the subject area, -
Courses
English
Campus
 
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges
Davenport, USA

Art, Graphic Arts, Theatre and Music, it’s all here. Whether it’s on the stage or at the design board, we have many different options.

Art, Graphic Arts, Theatre and Music, it’s all here. Whether it’s on the stage or at the design board, we have many different options. -
Courses
English
Campus
 
New York University Global (Paris campus)
New York, USA

Isabelle de Maison Rouge is an art historian and an art critic. She has a Ph.D. in art and art sciences from La Sorbonne. The last book published is «Le mythe de l'artiste, au ... +

Isabelle de Maison Rouge is an art historian and an art critic. She has a Ph.D. in art and art sciences from La Sorbonne. The last book published is «Le mythe de l'artiste, au-delà des idées acquis», Le cavalier Bleu éditions - 2017. She writes numerous contemporary art essays and texts for art catalogues and actively contributes to various contemporary art magazines (artpress, Optical Sound, Possible, Point Contemporain). She is Secretary-Genral of AICA France. She is also a lecturer for contemporary art at New York University Paris, HEC, and Audencia Business School. As a freelance curator, she explores themes she studies (such as Business model, le paradoxe du cartel, Trouble d’identité) and artists she supports. As a researcher, she focuses on the artist economy, artist business, art world, collectors, female artists, duo artists, art and law, bridges between art and management, art and geopolitics, or art and care. -
Courses
English
Campus