Introduction to Contemporary Art
"Where Do We Go From Here?" • 1 platform credit
- 650 US dollars$650
Exclusive opportunity to learn with world renowned artist Dexter Dalwood • Artist Trustee for the National Gallery, London, 2011-2019 (appt. by the PM) • Liaison Trustee Tate Gallery London, 2017 – 2019 • Turner Prize nominee, 2010 • Mid-career retrospective at Tate St Ives, Cornwall, 2010 • Blue-Chip Representation w/ Simon Lee Gallery. • Royal College of Art, London, MFA • St. Martins School of Art, London, BFA • Recent museum show at Museo Nacional de Arte in Mexico City • Recent gallery shows w/ Simon Lee in Hong Kong and Oaxaca Dexter will lead a small group of select artists exploring contemporary artists and art forms through the examination of critical works. Participants will gain a better vantage point to view contemporary art’s dynamic trajectory, exploring text, pop-culture, and film, that have had a dramatic impact on the arts. This course is like a multivitamin for up-and-coming artists of all disciplines looking to break into the contemporary art world and take their work and practice to the next level. The aim of this seminar will be to push participants to think harder about the decisions they make concerning their own practice and to better understand what they are making art for in the first place. Participants will acquire a comfort level with artworks that might have previously seemed challenging or inaccessible. If you would like to be considered for participation in this course please email answer's to the questions below at firstname.lastname@example.org. If accepted payment will processed using this same service page. If the cost is a challenge we will help find a way to cover it. Our entire aim is to make quality art guidance and learning more accessible. Include the subject header "Dexter Dalwood Art Course". If applying for 1. Why did you choose to do Art ? 2. Describe a work that you have done and how it worked in a particular context. 3. Think of any work of art in history and put it into a context which would radically change the meaning of the work. The course includes: • 6 hours of live instruction • Reading – A text to read, usually art based • Assignments – A task to do, a variety of approaches. • Videos – A film to watch, non-art based as in a mainstream Hollywood film or a documentary • Artist interviews • 1 platform credit and a certificate of completion from the artist All of our courses have a money back guarantee.
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