Marle Place, Burgess Hill
19:00 - 21:00
2 hours x 10 sessions
What is the course about?
In the instance of a Government imposed lockdown, this course will pause until it is able to begin again. No refunds will be made due to a Government imposed lockdown.
To gain a broad understanding of the artistic, intellectual, sociological and political events that led to the development of Contemporary Art in after the second world war. We will be looking at the paradigm shift from Europe to America, charting the rise of the Abstract Expressionists and how this related to other movements such as Minimalism and Pop Art. We will Identify key artists/techniques/works that relate to these changes and introduce/imbed key terminology and language used to support these developments. Sessions will consist of visual presentations and class exercises as well as two planned visits to galleries displaying relevant work (held on Saturday’s)
What previous experience, knowledge or qualifications do I need for this course?
None. Taking the previous course ‘The Rise of Modernism’ would be an advantage but not essential
What do I need to bring with me?
Pens, Notebooks, folder for handouts
Are there any additional costs?
Money for travel/entrance for Gallery visits (probably in London), stationary (see above)
What can I do next?
Students can take the next course in this series ( ‘The Expanded Field’), other art history courses
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Course LocationMarle Place