Tutor Cherrie Trelogan | Fee £63 | 5 weeks
Using skills and knowledge gained in the introductory course, you will be able to develop your confidence and work with other members of the group, to ‘unpack’ and discuss a range of famous and less familiar artworks. This course will mainly use reproductions but there will be occasional opportunities to respond to original works of art.
What will the course or workshop cover and how will it be taught?
The course will include a brief recap of the main skills gained during the introductory course. Sessions will then focus on a range of subjects and participants will study and discuss works of art, individually, in pairs and as a group. Learners will consider ways that art has been affected by and embraced changing technology and culture over time.
Projected images and reproductions will be used but original works of art will be used whenever possible.
By the end of the course, you will have gained skills to help you understand and appreciate a range of well-known and less familiar works of art.
What do I need to bring with me?
Please bring a pen, notebook and your glasses, if you need them.
Are there any additional costs?
If all participants wish, a visit may be made to a local exhibition (learners will need to arrange own transport and cover any admission charge).
About the tutor
Following a degree in Fine Art and a year studying History of Art at the University of Georgia, USA, Cherie went on to a post-graduate course in Museum and Gallery Studies and qualified as a curator. She has worked as a curator and arts educator in a range of museums and galleries and at Cumbria College of Art and Design (now the University of Cumbria). Latterly, Cherrie was Deputy Director and Head of Education for the Lakeland Arts Trust before moving to Cumbria County Council where she has been involved in Cultural and Corporate Policy and Community Development. Cherrie is passionate about sharing her love of art with others.
Please note there is no class during the following week
Week commencing 12 November due to Kendal Mountain Festival
If you have a query or are unsure whether the course is right for you please get in touch with the Creative Learning Team who will be happy to contact the tutor on your behalf.
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