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The Culture of the Big House: art and culture of the Anglo-Irish Pro Plus

January 2012Type of Course: Short-Term Courses Duration: 8 weeks Fee: 190 Venue: West Wing 9, UCC Lecturer: Mr James G.R. Cronin, Centre for Adult Continuing Education and School of History, UCC, Dr Dagmar “ Riain-Raedel, Ms Regina Sexton, Centre for Adult Continuing Education, UCC and Dr Eibhear Walshe, School of English, UCC Times/Dates: Monday 23rd January to 12th March, 7-9pmCourse Content The Irish “Big House” has a long-established history, made familiar by the fiction of Sommerville and Ross, Elizabeth Bowen, and others. The Big House was a tribute to the Anglo-Irish ascendancy, and many of these homes were destroyed during the Irish Civil War. The earliest of the great houses were built during the early eighteenth century. A half century later, Ireland's golden age of Palladianism saw the construction of magnificent homes such as Castletown in Co. Kildare and Strokestown Park, Co. Roscommon, later followed by a return to the gothic style such as Castle Wa ... (Training Available by UCC Adult Education) The Culture of the Big House: art and culture of the Anglo-Irish

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Irish Art from Barry to le Brocquy Pro Plus

October 2011Type of Course: Short-Term Courses Duration: 6 weeks Fee: �‚�90 Venue: Crawford Art Gallery, Emmet Place, Cork Lecturer: Dr Liam Lenihan, NUI Fellow, School of English, UCC Times/Dates: Thursday morning 29th September to 3rd November, 10.15am to 12.15pm Course ContentThis course explores Irish art from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century through the fascinating and distinguished careers of six Irish artists: James Barry, Daniel Maclise, John Hogan, John Lavery, Jack B Yeats and Louis le Brocquy. Not only will participants get a change to survey Irish painting and sculpture, they will see significant events in Irish history – from the 1798 Rebellion to the Easter Rising – through the lens of Irish artists and their representation of major historical events. Fusing art and politics, this course will stimulate and inform both the viewer of Irish art and the reader of Irish history.James BarryDaniel MacliseJohn HoganJohn LaveryJack B. Y ... (Training Available by UCC Adult Education) Irish Art from Barry to le Brocquy

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Nail Art and Design (Level 3) Course Pro Plus

COURSE OVERVIEWA distance learning course is the ideal way to gain a qualification in Nail Art & Design. Whether you're looking to go on to further education, improve your job prospects or expand your knowledge, distance learning Nail Art & Design is a flexible and convenient course, which allows you to comprehensively prepare for an exam or career through home study. What's more, because the distance learning Level 3 Nail Art & Design course is a fully comprehensive course, no prior knowledge is required.Gel nail art and design is the latest trend in the world of nail art and nail enhancements. In principle gel art and design is an achievable procedure. Any design once placed onto an uncured gel colour coating will be able to be dragged using a gel art striper brush into the most intricate of patterns.Gel polishes and designs will give a bright and lustrous finish to any nail surface. Your client will be able to leave immediately after the service and with gel polishes, th ... (Training Available by UK Learning College) Nail Art and Design (Level 3) Course

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Art Appreciation Pro Plus

Do you love art? Would you like to develop a deeper understanding and knowledge of the subject? Covers a range of art periods from Giotto to more modern contemporary art. Optional museum and gallery visits. ... (Training Available by Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute (DFEI)) Art Appreciation

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Art

ART A.A. Degree Major(Training Available by San Bernardino Valley College) Art

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art and design

Level 5 NQAI Qualifications Framework FETAC Code: AAXXXCourse:Art and DesignThis is a one year, full time coursewhich gives students a solid foundation in the necessaryskills, knowledge and attitudes required for furthereducation and a career in Art, Craft or Design. The broadmix of subjects on offer gives students the opportunity tofind their own strengths and to prepare a portfolio forsubmission to colleges of Higher Education. DescriptionWe provide an intensive year oflearning to introduce a wide range of skills and practices.We encourage the development of ideas through drawing andpersonal research. This course is Certified by FETAC andcovers a broad selection of practical and academicdisciplines. On completion of the course the student shouldhave a body of work which shows a wide range of experienceas well as a sense of focus and direction. In the second andthird terms of the year many of the students will beapplying to third level colleges of Art and Design. Guidanceand assistanc ... (Training Available by Inchicore College of Further Education) art and design

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Art Courses

ART 2 - ART APPRECIATION 3 units, 3 lecture hours, (Formerly Art 10) ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 125 and 126 or English 153 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.Introduction to the visual arts through lectures/discussions covering: a) the way artists speak through the formal elements and Principles of Visual Language as well as through their choices of art Media and subject matter; b) how these formal properties contribute to the content and meaning of artwork; and c) the evolution of these formal properties through the history of the visual arts in Western european culture as well as their relationships to the art of the Americas, Asia, Africa, the Pacific Islands, and the Islamic world. (A, CSU-GE, UC, I) ART 3 - TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN 3 units, 2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours ADVISORY: Eligibility for English 125 and 126 or English 153 or ESL 67 and 68 recommended.Introduction to the elements and principles of two-dimensional design which are common to the visual arts. A foundation ... (Training Available by Fresno City College) Art Courses

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Art

Fine Arts Web SitePlease see the College Catalog for information and requirements.Course Listing / Semester Course OfferingsArt courses are not offered during the Summer 2011 semester Art courses are offered during the Spring 2011 semester Faculty ... (Training Available by Crafton Hills College) Art

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AS & A Level Art

course contentIntroduction: what is Fine Art?Fine art may be defined as work which is produced as an outcome of the students’ personal experience, rather than that which is created exclusively for a practical function or that which is the outcome of a tightly prescribed brief.Course content.Work produced for this specification will demonstrate the use of formal elements and creative skills, and give visual form to individual thoughts, feelings, observations and ideas. Students will show evidence of trying to extend their own and others’ ways of seeing the world. They will use the visual language of the subject sensitively and thoughtfully to support their intentions.In the context of this specification, disciplines will include painting and drawing, printmaking, sculpture and alternative media (photography, textiles, video, installation and graphics). Students will be required to work in one or more of the disciplines. Any combination of disciplines is permitted.The first y ... (Training Available by Worcester College of Technology) AS & A Level Art

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Game Art

DescriptionMaya Training from Gatlin InternationalOur Maya training course is ideal for full- and part-time students as well as busy working professionals looking to take their skills and careers to the next level. The game industry needs qualified artists, and we aim to supply them. You’ll learn both technical and artistic skills, applying professional approaches to digital imaging, 3D modeling, model texturing, game animation, color, and lighting.Modules are structured around pracUpon successful completion of this Maya training program, you’ll be able to:Construct 3D models in Autodesk Maya by creating and editing primitives by moving, rotating, scaling, and grouping themManipulate objects in Maya by selecting, rotating, scaling, and transforming components and using Boolean objects to combine or extrude shapesDevelop tiling textures for video games from reference photos or other source materialTest and apply texture tiles to 3D objects and environments and apply tiling t ... (Training Available by Gatlin International) Game Art

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Additional Art Courses & Classes

Community Art

Community Arts Programme“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up” - PabloPicassoThe Community Art programme was set up in 2005. This programme has given members of the Ballybough Community the opportunity to rediscover and reconnect with their innate talents and abilities. It is a testament to what can be achieved by people when their creativity is encouraged. The intention of this programme is to help widen the level of participation and engagement in art and cultural activity in this community. This programme also enable participants gain practical knowledge of the visual arts and in so doing, connects them to art within their own community Since its establishment a number of public art installations have been created.“IN OUR HANDS”Located in the Ballybough Community CentreThis mosaic is the proud achievement of the participants on the Larkin Centre’s Community Education Programme (2007 - 200 ... (Training Available by The Larkin Unemployed Centre) Community Art

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Art & Design

OverviewThe Associate Degree programme in Art and Design is structured to provide students with the foundation for careers in Fine Arts and Graphic Design, while keeping pace with the current career trends. Without limiting students to the traditional components, such as drawing and painting, the programme includes courses in colour, graphic design and media arts. Traditional courses such as Introduction to Drawing and Two- and Three-Dimensional Design now include computer components. Career OpportunitiesGraduates with fine art and design backgrounds pursue a diverse range of careers in the creative industries. For example: • Fine Art • Art Education • Architecture • Art Therapy • Photography • Art History • Graphic Design • Fashion Design • Industrial Designer • Painter • Sculptor • Multimedia Designer • Art Educator • Gallery Curator • Art Administrator • Gallery Direction • Illustration &bu ... (Training Available by Bermuda College) Art & Design

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Art Conservation

Course of Study: Art ConservationThis interdisciplinary major prepares students for rigorous graduate programs in art conservation. A variety of science, art history, art, and other courses prepare students to engage in internships at the Williamson Gallery, enroll in conservation courses in off-campus study programs, and build a portfolio of practical experience necessary for graduate school admission.Requirements for the MajorThe art conservation major consists of a minimum of thirteen courses.Prerequisite: Art History 51a, 51b, or 51cAt least five science courses including: Chemistry 14L and 15L, General Chemistry (or Chemistry 29L, or the AISS courses); Chemistry 116L and 117L, Organic Chemistry; and One additional science elective (Chemistry 126L strongly recommended)Three upper division art history and anthropology courses including At least one archaeology course;At least one art history course.Anthropology 2, Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology, or one upper-division a ... (Training Available by Scripps College) Art Conservation

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Foundation Art

Foundation Art jQuery(document).ready(function(){ jQuery("#gallery-90cd6cb0 .flickr-thumb img").flightbox({size_callback: get_sizes}); }); //-->This is a new addition to our full-time and part-time courses. This one-day course is a foundation course in basic art skills and is suitable for those wishing to develop or improve their proficiency in Drawing, Painting and Sculpture. Forthcoming modules in Combined Materials and Printmaking will also be available. No previous experience is required to participate.Content will include:Drawing: mark making, texture, natural and built environment, using a variety of media such as charcoal, pencil, conté, pastel, etc.Painting: principles of colour mixing, experimentation with techniques such as impasto, glazing, watercolour etc., using acrylics and watercolour.Sculpture: basic three dimensional structures in mixed media, clay, stone or wood.Duration: September – JuneHours: 9am – 4pmPart Time: Mon ... (Training Available by KCAT Art and Study Centre) Foundation Art

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Art and Design

Printable Document Programme InformationProgramme Title: Art and DesignUCAS Code: 002WQualification: HNC (Higher National Certificate ) Qualification Level: 4 (NQF Equivalency) Accreditation: BTEC Edexcel Alternative Interim Awards: None Study Options: Full Time, Part Time, Distance Learning Total Credits Required: 120 Entry Dates: October, January, April Mode of Study & Duration:Full-Time : 1 year Part-Time: 15 months (1 day per week) Distance Learning: 1-2 years (self-pacing) Entry Requirements:You will normally need to have at least one of the following: a BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in an appropriate areaan AVCE/GNVQ in an appropriate vocational areaa GCE A Level profile which demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or an adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. This profile is likely to be supported by GCSE grades at level A-Cother related Level 3 qualificationan Access to Higher Education DiplomaFoundation Certificate related work ... (Training Available by London College UCK) Art and Design

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History of Art

History of ArtApply for this DegreeMSc by Research (1 year full-time) History of ArtSeptember 2011September 2012MSc by Research (2 years part-time) History of ArtSeptember 2011September 2012Find out more History of Art School of Arts, Culture and Environment College of Humanities and Social Science Fees & costsFees: www.registry.ed.ac.uk Additional costs: FT 300, PT 150Contact informationMrs Lucy Hawkins (Administrator) Tel: +44 (0) 131 651 3212 Fax: +44 (0) 131 651 4335 Email: Lucy.Hawkins@ed.ac.uk Dr Tamara Trodd (Postgraduate Director) Tel: +44 (0) 131 651 3120 Fax: +44 (0) 131 651 4335 Email: tamara.trodd@ed.ac.uk Address:School of Arts, Culture and Environment Minto House 20 Chambers Street Edinburgh EH1 1JZEntry RequirementsNormally a 2:1 honours degree or its equivalent if outside the uk, in a relevant subject.International students Information by country English language requirements ProgrammeThis programme enables students to study History of Art at an advanced level, ... (Training Available by Moray House School of Education) History of Art

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"But ............ Is it art?"

Start: 06 March 2009 at 6:00 p.m.End: 08 March 2009 at 2:00 p.m. With Lynne Gibson "But ............ Is it art?"Art Appreciation & Fine ArtsIf this question gives you food for thought, you have plenty in common with artists, thinkers and educators, not just in our present time but throughout Western art history. Plato was one of the first to agonise over the problem! The question seems particularly pressing now that anything, and everything, seems to go! We agree that a Raphael Madonna is art, but argue heatedly about Tracy Emin’s ‘My Bed’. Can they both be art, and, if so, what do they have in common? Is ‘My Bed’ conceptual or just a ‘con’? Should art be restricted to painting and sculpture? Certain materials, such as oil paint and marble, seem to be, uncontrovertibly, art. But why? Can beds, urinals or piles of bricks be art if they are displayed in an art gallery? Should art resist straying into the realms of the other arts and hum ... (Training Available by Farncombe Estate) "But ............ Is it art?"

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intermedia art

postgraduate taught programmesintermedia art overview programme structure staff facilities careers and former students application MA/MFA Contemporary Art: Practice Painting Sculpture IntermediaEdinburgh College of Arts taught postgraduate degrees in art have recently been consolidated to bring together media-and-methods based disciplines that include the established plastic arts of sculpture, painting, printmaking, drawing, photography audio/video and new media. The re-structured programme also encompasses approaches to practice that are not media-specific, including intermedia, time-based arts, performance, installation, public art, artwriting, criticism, curating and related methodologies. You may choose to combine these elements in a variety of ways or to concentrate on exploring and developing a single area of practice, such as Painting or Sculpture. Within the School of Art, postgraduate Contemporary Art: Practice spans works and projects practised in a family of ... (Training Available by Edinburgh College of Art) intermedia art

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Art Start

Course contentCourse three: w/c 18 April - w/c 20 June 2011Course two: w/c 10 January – w/c 21 March 2011Course one: w/c 27 September – w/c 6 December 2010 Dates Tuesday 6.30pm – 9.00pm Day & timeCourse tutor: Louisa Parker Course Staff This course is an introduction to the ideas, methods and materials used in contemporary art and design. It is designed to prepare students that want to progress and apply to other courses, the direct progression route being the Access course. The course also introduces some art history through discussions and visits to the college library. Learners work on a wide variety of projects in the classroom and keep a note book of ideas and research in their own time. Drawing is a core part of the course.Course one: Introduction to Painting and Drawing You will be introduced to drawing materials such as chalk and charcoal, ink, wax and wash and graphite. You will learn about colour theory, mixing and applying colour with pai ... (Training Available by Leeds College of Art & Design) Art Start

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Art and Design

Printable Document Programme InformationProgramme Title: Art and DesignUCAS Code: 102WQualification: HND (Higher National Diploma) Qualification Level: 5 (NQF Equivalency) Accreditation: Edexcel BTEC Alternative Interim Awards: None Study Options: Full Time, Part Time, Distance Learning Total Credits Required: 240 Entry Dates: October, January, April Mode of Study & Duration:Full-Time : 2 years Part-Time: 2.5 years (1 day per week) Distance Learning: 2-3 years (self-pacing) Entry Requirements:You will normally need to have at least one of the following: a BTEC National Certificate or Diploma in an appropriate areaan AVCE/GNVQ in an appropriate vocational areaa GCE A Level profile which demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject or an adequate performance in more than one GCE subject. This profile is likely to be supported by GCSE grades at level A-Cother related Level 3 qualificationan Access to Higher Education DiplomaFoundation Certificate related work exper ... (Training Available by London College UCK) Art and Design

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