Here’s your chance to go back to school, sans the price tag. (You can still wear your pajamas to class, though.) These 10 online courses—which primarily focus on the Western world—range from foundational to niche........................by Abigail Cain
A BAFTA award-winning BBC series with John Berger, which rapidly became regarded as one of the most influential art programmes ever made. In the first programme, Berger examines the impact of photography on our appreciation of art from the past.
A comprehensive syllabus that links out to videos and articles for each subject.
Five-week course with two hours of video lectures, readings, and assessments per week. Like many Coursera offerings, it’s free—unless you want a course certificate, in which case there is a fee.
Nine-week course with three hours of video lectures and quizzes per week. This course is archived, so students can no longer receive a verification certificate.
Six-week course with one to two hours of video lectures, readings, and graded assignments per week.
Twelve recorded video lectures, each accompanied by a list of recommended readings on both the artist and the painting’s subject.
Seven-week course featuring two to three hours of video lectures, readings, and assessments per week.
Six-week course with video lectures, readings, and graded assignments.
Seven-week course with video lectures, readings, and graded assignments.
Eight-week course, with one to two hours of readings, video lectures, and graded assignments per week. Optional studio exercises.
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