09 June, 2005

Online Courses

Online courses at Tate Online Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Art

The courses are about modern and contemporary art in the Tate collections. Level 1 course is free, it is self-taught and you can spend as long, or as little time, as you like to complete the course. You do not need to have special knowledge of art or of computers to do this course. The only requirement is that you have access to the Internet.

"Although the course is open to all, it is designed for people who might be new to modern or contemporary art, or new to learning in general. You may or may not have visited any one of the four Tate galleries. You may or may not have been to college to study art or any other subjects. In short, the course is for anyone, regardless of how much you know about art or about computers. The course does, however, require some interest in modern art so that you can get involved right from the start. As you work your way through the course, you will find that you will learn a bit more about modern art with every page you visit. By the end of the course you should find that you have a good grasp of some of the main talking points about both modern and contemporary art. You will also be familiar with artworks in the Tate Collection, as these are the main works that we will be looking at."

New Directions In Digital Art Syllabus for New Directions In Digital Art

Professor Mark Amerika
Fall 2004
Tues/Thurs 5:00-7:30
N275 (Experimental Digital Arts Lab)

Analysis of visual images: Ross Woodrow

This site contains supplemental material relevant to the course Analysis of the Visual Image which is offered as a second-year and third-year elective in the Bachelor of Fine Art and the Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Fine Art courses at The University of Newcastle Australia. Consequently, the language used and references cited are aimed at the level of undergraduate students training as artists, art professionals and art teachers.

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