Analysing Art | online art history course – more than 400 students

Did you know that the certified online art history course ART ANALYSIS has had over 400 participants?

This is probably because the analysis of works of art is of great importance to professionals engaged in activities related to the History and History of Art, Museology and Conservation and Restoration. But it is also of great interest to tourism professionals and anyone interested in the subject. It is also an important support for students and teachers.

As Heidegger tells us (The Origin of the Work of Art):

«Art is in the artwork. But what and how is the artwork? »


We present a brief overview of this certified online art history course and the results achieved.

Release year – 2016.

AuthorYolanda Silva

Revisions – 7

Number of participants,  November 2019 – 431

Languages – Available in Portuguese , English and Spanish

 

Certificate – Participants with a rating higher than 50% on the final assessment questionnaire receive a Training Certificate. Citaliarestauro.com is a certified training entity. Learn more about certificates.

Results of evaluation tests

The assessment of knowledge of the course Analysisng Art is carried out through a questionnaire with 20 questions.

The results achieved by the participants have been very positive as we can see in the following graph.

online art history course evaluation

Results of the Satisfaction Survey | online art history course

The goal of a certified online art history course is also the satisfaction of the participants. Because we want our courses to be learning and knowledge. But also motivating experiences.

And because we know that it is always possible to continually improve, participants’ opinions is precious.

In the following graph you can see the average satisfaction ratings for each item questioned.

online art history course Analysing art satisfaction

Improvement Opportunities

Although the results are very good, some opportunities for improvement were noted from the comments.

Participants are pleased with the content and objectivity of this certified art history online course . They also highlight the author’s availability to respond to requests and follow-up the forum. In general the course was an added value for the participants.

Suggestions for improvement are given concerning a larger number of practical examples (although the course contains several examples of applying the analysis method). They also refer that further analysis of symbology would be useful. Improvements to text editing in the lessons are also suggested.

We can thus say that opportunities for improvement lie in the field of editing and more examples.

Our certified online courses are always open for revisions and new content. We are therefore working to progressively modernize the graphical aspect of the course and to insert new examples of analysis and new research ideas.

Overview

This online art history course aims to lay the foundation for the art analysis , focusing more directly on painting, but also exploring the analysis of sculpture and architecture.

Languages: English | Português | Español |

The course fee includes 24-hour access for an unlimited time to:

  • Lessons for each theme of the program
  • Downloadable texts
  • Explanatory videos
  • Evaluation (1 final questionnaire)
  • Certificate.
« Art is in the artwork. But what and how is the artwork? »
Martin Heidegger

Learning Objectives

Distinguishing concepts of interpretation and description when reading a work of art.

◌ Identifying and describing characters and scenarios in an objective and clear way.

◌ Distinguishing objective reading of subjective reading.

◌ Identifying and recognising the importance of literary and graphic sources for the interpretation of works of art.

◌ Identifying the necessary elements for the description and interpretation of a work of art, according to its nature (painting, sculpture or architecture).

Who takes this Course?

The course is addressed to students and professionals of the world of the arts, critics, historians and art historians, conservationists and restorers and all those interested in exploring the topic.

No access requirements


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