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Experience “Art History Online – The Städel Course on Modern Art” – at no cost and exactly when it suits you. Learn about art history and visual studies in a richly varied way as you proceed through the five modules of the course on your computer or tablet at your own pace.
Based on roughly 250 selected works from the collection of Frankfurt’s Städel Museum, the course provides you with multifaceted insights into modern art, from 1750 to the present. The competent and entertaining moderator Sebastian Blomberg, a stage and screen actor, guides you through the course. With a multimedia combination of film, texts, playful learning formats and a comprehensive timeline, you are concisely and clearly presented with expert theoretical knowledge. The sounds of the Berlin musician Boys Noize accompany the learning experience.
You can choose the depth of your studies, depending on your prior knowledge, personal preferences and available time. The innovative learning programme encompasses the following five modules, each building upon the one before:
As you work through the modules you will encounter various topics that progress thematically. Your understanding of works of art from 1750 to the present will be developed through questions and tasks that help you form your own critical response to art. You can test the knowledge you have acquired in various tasks within each module.
Throughout the entire course a timeline is also available to you as an important aid to orientation. There you will find a wealth of background information about works, artists, styles and schools, as well as historical, cultural and political contexts.
Whether you already have a basic knowledge of art history or simply enjoy looking at art, “Art History Online – The Städel Course on Modern Art” will offer you fresh, enjoyable insights into art history. It is an ideal accompaniment to self-study and continuing education.
The online course was developed by the Städel Museum in collaboration with the Art History Chair and the Centre for Digital Cultures at Leuphana University of Lüneburg.
Städelscher Museums-Verein e.V.
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