One of the most influential and important centers of contemporary art in the world has rushed to the rescue of those thirsty for knowledge. Not everyone has visited the New York museum, but certainly most have heard of it. This alone should encourage you to open your computer and sign up for classes. The new semester is time to start!
There are several courses to choose from, each lasting from a few to a dozen hours. Don't be afraid! You don't have to listen to them all at once. All lectures are available here. The museum's offer continues to grow!
Fashion As Design
Why do we dress the way we do? Where did the different parts of our clothes come from and what do they mean? How does fashion differ in different parts of the world? Fashion designers, historians and producers will answer these questions.
Seeing Through Photography
Every day people produce hundreds of photos. Instagram, Facebook are the platforms where the shots go - how do we distinguish the really valuable one from all the rest? What makes a good photo? A crash course on how photography is not just a snap of the camera trigger!
What Is Contemporary Art?
Contemporary art continues to raise some people's blood pressure and leave others in a daze of misunderstanding. What is contemporary art? The course lasts 17 hours, and you are sure to finish it with new knowledge. The lecturers are architects, artists and designers.
In the Studio: Abstract Post-War Painting
Seven artists from the New York School were taken under the microscope, including Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. During the 27-hour course, we will learn about their techniques, creative process, and inspirations.
Modern Art and Ideas
Interviews with artists, designers, curators to help you better understand art of the turn of the 20th century.