Body & Limits, Recent Art History
This short and focused course will explore how artists, from the late 1960s to nowadays, have used performance art and participatory art practices as tools to disrupt the established identity and political conditions, and how their use of the body has been as a vessel for communication, research and critique of our wider social world.
In this data sheet you can find detailed information about the course, the teacher, specific materials and digital requirements, registration and fees.
Have a look at the different tabs and let us know if you have any questions.
You can contact us on + 34 933300089 or MSA@metafora.org
|Online Studio Arts classes||DATE: 18th and 25th of May, 1st and 8th of June 2020|
|TYPOLOGY: Recent Art History, theoretical course||LENGTH: 4 weeks|
| MODALITY: Online streaming||LANGUAGE: English|
|CREDITS: 1 ECTs||EXPECTED HOMEWORK: 3-4 hours per week|
|TIMING: Monday, 19’00 to 20’30 CET||REQUIREMENTS OF ACCESS: All levels|
| PRICE: 154€ (single class option)||PLACE: (literally, the whole world)|
WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY ABOUT US
“…Spain was badly affected by the COVID19
and we are all secluded in our houses.
Metàfora is doing an excellent job of offering online classes
to the ones of us who were doing the studio arts program . . .”
Anne Gramkov, Denmark
“…By nature, the Recent Art History class is the one in the studio arts program which is easiest to translate to an online format. Now, Helena is doing an excellent job during the lock-down. The classes are dynamic and staying in front of the computer is never tiring…”
Clara Hofmann, Switzerland
Classes every day
Are you one of those people who have always wanted to do a serious art course, but never had the time of the possibility? Here is a chance for you to develop skills in different contemporary art disciplines and test those ideas which have been in your sketchbook for too long.
Even if this option is not a full time course you must expect several hours of studio work every day, besides the classes you follow.
You will work with Painting, Drawing and Performance and develop your artistic discourse with references from Recent Art History.
Credits awarded: 4 ECTs
Estimated workload: 12-25 hours per week (class + individual work)
Choose the intensity you want
Students who have some time on their hands, but who are not looking for a full-time study can chose to attend one or more classes every week. This is also a way of trying out whether Metàfora is for you.
You get to dive into different disciplines and work you ideas from different angles. Choose among the practical art classes and supplement the practical work with basic knowledge of recent Art History.
Credits awarded: 1-3 ECTs
Estimated workload: 3-15 hours per week (class + individual work)
Let’s have a look at your artwork. Send us a few images and your cv, and we will come back to you with feedback and advice.
You can contact us on + 34 933300089 or email@example.com or fill in the form below.