The BLS Art Appreciation Course

The BLS Art Appreciation Course
Course Title: Art Appreciation
Course Dates and Times: 

Wednesday evenings from 18.30 - 20.00

Jan: 29
Feb: 5, 12 26
Mar: 4, 11, 18, 25
Apr: 1, 22

Location : Room 4204 (See map below)
Teacher : Lynda Shephard, a Cambridge University graduate, with over 30 years of experience in art education
 No. of weeks: 1 semester: 10 sessions of 90 minutes
Price:   €80 per semester. 












This course of ten classes will explore the development of two-dimensional European art from 1850 to the present day.  The course will combine some formal academic instruction in art history with some relaxed discussion and debate in  art appreciation.
The course aims to help participants become confident and proficient in understanding and talking about art and, above all, to be fun!
No previous experience in art history is required.

The teacher, Lynda Shephard, has a Joint Honours in History of Art and Education and a Masters in Art Education from the University of Cambridge, examines at a very senior level and has much experience teaching Art in Dubai and elsewhere

Lynda would emphasise links between the UK and Luxembourg (J.W.Turner’s visits to Luxembourg are an obvious example) but she would not confine the content of her course to this.

There would also be emphasis on creating links with contemporary Luxembourg artists - the British Luxembourg Society already has useful links with some of them.

This course is equally suitable for those who already know something about art and wish to expand their knowledge and/or sharpen their skills and for those who simply have a “hobby interest” in the subject!

Event Details

Event Date 29-01-2020 18:30
Event End Date 22-04-2020 18:30
Registered 17
Individual Price €80.00
Location Lycée Michel Lucius. Limpertsberg

Venue Information - Lycée Michel Lucius. Limpertsberg

The car park is accessed from Avenue Pasteur.

Location Map

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