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The conscious-raising politics of the 1960s provoked feminist debate amongst
academics and artists who challenged the conventional fine-art canon. These
movements not only sought to promote equality for women, but also exposed the
lack of women’s voices in Western history.
In this course you will gain an introductory understanding of the ‘problematic’ Western Art Canon. We will approach the topic first by offering a series of?Online/Virtual?art historical lectures that aim to champion neglected women artists. Then, through this lens we will look at case studies and revised feminist scholarship by the likes of Griselda Pollock, Linda Nochlin, and Lucy Lippard, to understand their impact on the creative industry.
- The Women of Renaissance
- The Women of Impressionism
- The Women of Cubism
- The Women of Surrealism
- The Women of Bauhaus
- The Women of Abstract Expressionism
- The Women of Minimalism
- The Women of Conceptualism
- The Women of Contemporary
How will I learn?
This course is delivered within an online virtual classroom. Our virtual
learning courses brings the classroom to you. Course are online, allowing you to
study from anywhere however classes run live at scheduled times and dates.
Giving you the full live classroom experience with other learners and our expert
lecturers, all from the comfort of your own home.
You will need access to a computer for webinar sessions and tutorials.If you have any questions regarding entry requirements please email [email protected] before completing an online application.
What can I do next?
Perhaps this course sparks a passion for art and design, if so we have a number of courses that may appeal to you. If you would like to discuss progression options more please get in touch with us at [email protected]. We would be more than happy to put you in touch with our dedicated careers advisor team.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION DUE TO THE IMPACT OF COVID-19
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic we may need to take a number of measures that could affect our planned delivery method. For example; planned on site delivery may take a blended approach; a mixture of classroom based and online activities. We will endeavour to ensure course information, including delivery method and pricing, is updated when changes are having to be made. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us before completing an enrolment form.
For information on how this may impact art courses please email [email protected]
Please be aware this course does have a fee that is payable on enrolment, if you require financial support including payment plans, bursaries and advanced learner loans please visit the Money Management Service section of the website.
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DISTANCE LEARNING PLATFORM
The choosen platform for this course is Microsoft Teams. Teams allows learners and teachers to seamlessly work together, create content and share resources from a single, easy-to-learn and simple platform. On successful enrolment onto this course you will be provided with all the details required to set up Teams.
This course offers simpler and safer online enrolment requests, which means in a matter of minutes you can submit an enrolment request to us. However please be aware that upon submitting your enrolment form you are not guaranteed to be accepted. A number of our courses require assessments, qualification checks or simply a conversation with you before we can confirm your enrolment.
Within 24 hours of enrolment submission you will receive an automated email notification with information on what happens next.
Course information last updated: Tuesday 19th January 2021 @ 8.30am (19 hours ago)