(ARTH014) Introduction to British and American Art, 1900-1945

The Kiss - Gustav Klimt

 

Overview

This course starts on: To Be Confirmed
Early bird course price £135.00:
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Tutor: Dr Jeni Fraser
Course Code: ARTH014
Level: Non-accredited, non-credit bearing
Assessments/Exams: None. Throughout the course you will be given ideas and questions to respond to in the online discussion area. Participation in online discussion is encouraged, but not compulsory.
Duration: 10 weeks
Dates: To be confirmed
Estimated Student Study Time: 2 – 3 hours per week are recommended, but time spent is flexible and at your discretion.
Fee: £150.00
Pre-Requisites: No academic qualifications nor experience are required – you will simply need an enthusiasm for this subject.
Delivery: Online Distance Learning
Late Entrants: If this course is not full by the start date then late entrants will be accepted for up to two weeks after the start of the course. As a late entrant you can choose to catch up on the material you have missed or you can skip the missed weeks and concentrate on the material at the point where you join the course, but unfortunately we cannot offer fee reductions or course extensions for late entrants.
Recommended Reading**:

Preparatory study is not expected. A recommended reading list is provided within the course.

Required Reading**: None

**Please note: All courses are subject to sufficient numbers of students registering before they are confirmed as running. Therefore, after booking your place you are advised not to purchase any texts until you have received confirmation that the course is running.

This course was previously taught by Dr Jeni Fraser when it was offered by the University of Exeter*. If you studied it with the University of Exeter* you might not wish to study it again with Learn for Pleasure as although we have revised and updated our courses where necessary, it will likely be substantively the same.

Summary

At the start of the twentieth century, as the traditional centres for art shifted away from France and Germany, new movements began to emerge to build on or challenge established art forms.

This course will guide you through the social, political and economic contexts that influenced art production in Britain and America during the first half of a new century, as these changes were taking place.

Syllabus Plan

To be confirmed.