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Aromatherapy - Facial Massage for Better Skin View details

This course will enable you to recognise your skin type and allow you to choose or create the best product to suit your skin. You will learn about different massage techniques and be able to carry out a basic facial on yourself. You will have the opportunity to create your own cleanser, toner, and moisturiser.

Aromatherapy for the Menopause View details

This course aims to provide you with the knowledge and understanding of the menopause and how it can negatively effect the mind and body. You will learn about different essential oils and discover how they can be used to help alleviate some symptoms to promote a much healthy and happy lifestyle.

Aromatherapy-detox your mind and body View details

This course aims to provide you with the knowledge and understanding of how you can use essential oils safely and to recognise the effects and benefits of each oil. You will notice a difference in both your mind and body and will be able to share these experiences with each other.

Art and Architecture of Berlin - Online with Paul Cartwright View details

This course is fully online accessing the course through Canvas our virtual learning environment and zoom a video conferencing software. You will need, reliable internet connection and internet-linked device with camera and microphone. We will email you links to canvas, please accept these to access the course, the sender will show as “instructure”. We will look at the origins and development of art and architecture in Berlin from its origins as the crossing point of major trade routes, through the gradual development of the emergent city as the capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg in the 15th century, followed by the Kingdom of Prussia, the German Empire and Weimar Republic, between the 18th to 20th centuries. Look at the work of Caspar David Friedrich, Berlin Dadaism, and the artists and designers of the Bauhaus plus the impact on the art and architecture during the Third Reich.

Art and Architecture of Berlin - Online with Paul Cartwright View details

This course is fully online accessing the course through Canvas our virtual learning environment and zoom a video conferencing software. You will need, reliable internet connection and internet-linked device with camera and microphone. We will email you links to canvas, please accept these to access the course, the sender will show as “instructure”. We will look at the origins and development of art and architecture in Berlin from its origins as the crossing point of major trade routes, through the gradual development of the emergent city as the capital of the Margraviate of Brandenburg in the 15th century, followed by the Kingdom of Prussia, the German Empire and Weimar Republic, between the 18th to 20th centuries. Look at the work of Caspar David Friedrich, Berlin Dadaism, and the artists and designers of the Bauhaus plus the impact on the art and architecture during the Third Reich.

Art and Architecture of Vienna - Online with Paul Cartwright View details

This course is fully online accessing the course through Canvas our virtual learning environment and zoom a video conferencing software. You will need, reliable internet connection and internet-linked device with camera and microphone. We will email you links to canvas, please accept these to access the course, the sender will show as “instructure”. We will look at the origins and development of art and architecture in Vienna from its origins as a Roman military camp, through the gradual development of the emergent city under the Babenberg family in the 12th century. Looking at Vienna as a Free Imperial city exploring the impact of the accession of the Habsburg dynasty on the art and architecture of Vienna. We will also explore the impact of the creation of the Ringstraße, the development of the Vienna Secessionist movement and the architecture of Joseph Olbrich, Otto Wagner and Adolf Loos, together with the art of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.

Art and Architecture of Vienna - Online with Paul Cartwright View details

This course is fully online accessing the course through Canvas our virtual learning environment and zoom a video conferencing software. You will need, reliable internet connection and internet-linked device with camera and microphone. We will email you links to canvas, please accept these to access the course, the sender will show as “instructure”. We will look at the origins and development of art and architecture in Vienna from its origins as a Roman military camp, through the gradual development of the emergent city under the Babenberg family in the 12th century. Looking at Vienna as a Free Imperial city exploring the impact of the accession of the Habsburg dynasty on the art and architecture of Vienna. We will also explore the impact of the creation of the Ringstraße, the development of the Vienna Secessionist movement and the architecture of Joseph Olbrich, Otto Wagner and Adolf Loos, together with the art of Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.

Art and Craft the Multicultural Way: Africa View details

On this course we will look at a few of the arts and crafts styles of Africa particularly 2 dimensional forms e.g. textiles. We will look at some of the cultural background from which these forms emerged and examine the methods used to create them. You will then have a go at creating your own work influenced by what you have learnt. We will be as creative as possible to reproduce similar work using what we have to hand!

Art and Craft the Multicultural Way: Japan View details

On this course you will learn about some of the arts and crafts common in Japanese culture . You will learn something about the cultural background and something about techniques that have commonly been used. Then you will make your own art or craft work influenced in some way by what you have learnt. We will improvise to reproduce some of the techniques used (e.g. printmaking) with what we have at hand under the present circumstances!

Art and Nature View details

This course is designed to deepen our connection with nature and to explore how to express this in an artistic way. There will be some mindfulness/meditative practice walking or being in nature. Creative exercises in drawing and painting and using words. We will look at how various cultures around the world have expressed their relationship with nature through their art. The course is suitable for those with no experience in art and for artists wanting to further develop their practice.