Access to Fine Art: Renaissance & Neoclassicism

Course details

A whistle stop tour collection of courses focusing on Art and its key defining movements. A good introduction to Art movements throughout history, essential to those interested in understanding key concepts of design and style, helpful also to practitioners who wish to inform their own work.

What to expect from the course

  • The introductory course will look at a variety of popular movements and encompasses a broad range of art and artists to explore the subject of ‘appreciation’ within Art.
  • High Renaissance module is a beginner’s course and covers artists such as Michelangelo, Leonardo and Raphael from the period of the 1490’s – 1530
  • Explore the important movements, styles, tendencies, groups, and schools around the age of Neoclassicism. Looking back to the arts of Greece and Rome for ideal models and forms, Neoclassicism was a major art period that set standard and redefined painting, sculpture, and architecture.

Why study with BAES Arts?

You will develop an understanding of how to position your career goals within the creative sector across the creative industries.

  • Learn how to kick-start your career in this industry exploring design concepts and build wider knowledge within the Arts.
  • Further modules focusing on Art history and culture follow-on to run throughout the year

Entry requirements

Interest in the Creative Arts and Design. No formal entry requirements

Career pathways

Further education courses in Art and Design.

Initial course resources / Additional cost

Tools and equipment are available for your use at the Centre. However, you may need to purchase some tools and materials for your project, this will be discussed with your Tutor if required.

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