The Long Nineteenth Century in Art 1789-1914
This course seeks to engage students with perhaps the most dynamic period in the history of art, the so-called long Nineteenth Century. 10 weekly meetings from Monday 3 October with Dr Ed Willilams. This course will take place at the University campus. This course features a session in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, in week 7, during which we will explore some key works of art in detail.
Philosophy of Aesthetics
This course offers the opportunity to study some of the key aesthetic concepts relating to the making and understanding of art. 6 weekly meetings from Wednesday 2 November with Dr Judith Walsh. This course will take place at the University campus.
Innocence and Wrath: Art History & the River Mersey
Take a fresh look at the River Mersey through the eyes of painters, architects, printmakers, sculptors, photographers and civil engineers. 10 weekly meetings from Tuesday 11 October with Dr Lee Kendall. This course will take place at the University campus.
William Powell Frith and the Victorian Painters of Modern Life
William Powell Frith was one of the most popular and renowned artists of his day. Saturday 22 October with Dr Anna Maddison.
Painting in Liverpool
This course spans three centuries, focusing on artists associated historically with Liverpool, from George Stubbs and Jean Jacques Audubon to Adrian Henri and the Singh Twins. 6 weekly meetings from Friday 7 October with Julie Robson. This course will take place at the University campus.
Painting the Modern World: Impressionism
This series explores how artists utilize the medium of painting to respond to the world around us. 6 weekly meetings from Tuesday 1 November with Dr Judith Walsh.