Course title:
Artists and Easter with David Brindley
Tutor:
David Brindley
Course ID:
C3533096
Start date:
07/03/2022
End date:
11/04/2022
Timetabled sessions
Date Times Hours
Mon 07 Mar 2022 19:00 PM - 20:30 PM 1.5
Mon 14 Mar 2022 19:00 PM - 20:30 PM 1.5
Mon 21 Mar 2022 19:00 PM - 20:30 PM 1.5
Mon 28 Mar 2022 19:00 PM - 20:30 PM 1.5
Mon 04 Apr 2022 19:00 PM - 20:30 PM 1.5
Mon 11 Apr 2022 19:00 PM - 20:30 PM 1.5
Total sessions: 6
Total number of classroom hours: 9
Independent online hours: 0
Total hours: 9
Date
Mon 07 Mar 2022
Times
19:00 PM - 20:30 PM
Hours
1.5
Date
Mon 14 Mar 2022
Times
19:00 PM - 20:30 PM
Hours
1.5
Date
Mon 21 Mar 2022
Times
19:00 PM - 20:30 PM
Hours
1.5
Date
Mon 28 Mar 2022
Times
19:00 PM - 20:30 PM
Hours
1.5
Date
Mon 04 Apr 2022
Times
19:00 PM - 20:30 PM
Hours
1.5
Date
Mon 11 Apr 2022
Times
19:00 PM - 20:30 PM
Hours
1.5
Total sessions:
6
Total number of classroom hours:
9
Independent online hours:
0
Total hours:
9
Venue:
Online Learning with Zoom and Canvas
Leads to qualification?    No
Level:     Level 2 (level information)
Is this course part of a programme of study?
No
Programme details
Programme title:
Programme aims:
Programme description:
Who is this programme for?
Optional Activity Start date End date Fee
Fee
£28.80 or free on some courses if you are in receipt of some benefits
What skills or experience do I need to join this course?
Other

No previous experience needed.

Other

No previous experience needed.

What else do I need to know? Is there anything I need to provide?
Nothing needed.
Course aim:
This course examines the variety of artistic responses to the stories of the death and resurrection of Jesus in the gospels. Extensively illustrated, it looks at several centuries of art and how art and faith have interacted.
Course description:
The story of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus has been at the forefront of western art for 2,000 years - from early inscriptions in the catacombs, medieval altarpieces and Leonardo’s Last Supper, to the twentieth century works of artists such as Marc Chagall and Graham Sutherland. This course examines the gospel narratives of the events of Holy Week and Easter and investigates how they have been interpreted by artists through the centuries.
By the end of the course I will be able to:
1. understand some of the main artistic responses to the Easter stories.
2. set the art explored in the context of the biblical narratives.
3. understand the interplay between art and faith in the Christian tradition.
4. appreciate the stages of art history as seen through the depictions of the Easter story.
How will I learn?

We expect you to attend your classroom sessions and make time to do any required learning activities on your own.

The WEA tutor will use a range of teaching and learning activities and encourage you and the group to be actively involved in your learning. Your tutor will use tasks to see how you are learning, which may include quizzes, question and answer, small projects, discussion, written or practical work. Your tutor will give you feedback on your learning and progress.

WEA Canvas online learning area

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WEA online sessions/ courses- Zoom

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What next?

Your tutor will talk with you about what you could do following this course.

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