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Aromatherapy for Health and Wellbeing View details

This course will build on a range of massage and relaxation techniques, to be perform and modified while working on each other. A variety of essential oils and mediums will be used to help improve one's health and well-being and build on previous knowledge and understanding.

Aromatherapy for Health and Wellbeing View details

This course will build on a range of massage and relaxation techniques, to be perform and modified while working on each other. A variety of essential oils and mediums will be used to help improve one's health and well-being and build on previous knowledge and understanding.

Aromatherapy for Health and Wellbeing View details

This course will build on a range of massage and relaxation techniques, to be perform and modified while working on each other. A variety of essential oils and mediums will be used to help improve one's health and well-being and build on previous knowledge and understanding.

Art View details

The learner will be given the opportunity to learn craft techniques and apply them to a seasonal craft project in a safe and friendly environment.

Art - Appreciation: Modern Art: Impressionism to Surrealism 1870-1939 View details

This course will take the form of visual presentations and discussion of the major developments in Modern Art from around 1870 with Impressionism, through all the major developments in art up to the Second World War.

Art - Practical: Continuing Abstract Art View details

A practical and thoughtful course based around the examination of visual language and the exploration of ideas. Students carry out their own explorations into abstract art under the guidance of the tutor, whilst benefiting from group discussions, practical activities, gallery visits, etc.

Art - Practical: The Art Class (Congleton) View details

This is a course for everyone regardless of ability and experience. You will have an opportunity to try drawing and painting materials such as pencils,pastels,inks,watercolours and acrylics. You will have a great opportunity to meet others and share your experiences.

Art - Practical: The Art Class (Knutsford) View details

This course is suitable for beginners and improvers with a willingness to experiment with line and tone. You will be able to express issues related to portraiture and the landscape and can work on your own ideas.

Art and Architecture of Cities - Florence and Siena View details

The course will look at the origins and development of art and architecture in Florence and Siena, exploring the impact of the Etruscan, Ancient Roman and Early Christian art. The development of Medieval art, in the work of Giotto in Florence and Duccio in Siena, together with their followers, will be examined in detail. The origins and development of the Early Renaissance in Florence will focus on artists such as Cimabue, Masaccio, Donatello, Fra Angelico, Ghiberti and Botticelli, together with the architecture of Brunelleschi and Alberti. The impact of the rise of the Medici will also examined in relation to the patronage of both art and architecture. The important presence of Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael in Florence, particularly at the beginning of the 16th century, will be explored in the development of the High Renaissance. The final section will look at the art and architecture in Florence following the restoration of the Medici as the Grand Dukes of Tuscany.

Art and Architecture of Cities - Florence and Siena View details

The course will look at the origins and development of art and architecture in Florence and Siena, exploring the impact of the Etruscan, Ancient Roman and Early Christian art. The development of Medieval art, in the work of Giotto in Florence and Duccio in Siena, together with their followers, will be examined in detail. The origins and development of the Early Renaissance in Florence will focus on artists such as Cimabue, Masaccio, Donatello, Fra Angelico, Ghiberti and Botticelli, together with the architecture of Brunelleschi and Alberti. The impact of the rise of the Medici will also examined in relation to the patronage of both art and architecture. The important presence of Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael in Florence, particularly at the beginning of the 16th century, will be explored in the development of the High Renaissance. The final section will look at the art and architecture in Florence following the restoration of the Medici as the Grand Dukes of Tuscany.