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Media & Art: Critical Analysis, Art Movements & Globalisation

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Study method
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Duration
1.8 hours · Self-paced
Qualification
No formal qualification
Certificates
  • Reed Courses Certificate of Completion - Free
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Overview

Dive into the intricate relationship between Media and Art with this comprehensive course. From understanding the historical interplay between Media and Art to exploring the future trends that will shape both fields, this course offers a deep dive into the essentials of Media and Art. Whether you're a media enthusiast, an art lover, or someone keen on understanding the global impact of Media and Art, this course is tailored to provide you with actionable insights and techniques.

Learning Outcome: Upon completing this Media and Art course, participants will:

  • Grasp the foundational concepts of Media and Art and their interplay.
  • Understand the influence of various media forms on art and society.
  • Explore significant art movements and their impact on contemporary Media and Art.
  • Stay updated with emerging trends in Media and Art and their global implications.

Curriculum

11
sections
16
lectures
1h 47m
total

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Description

This course offers a deep dive into the world of Media and Art, exploring their symbiotic relationship. From understanding the historical interplay of Media and Art to analyzing modern art movements and media forms, this course provides a blend of theoretical knowledge and critical insights. Whether you're looking to understand the influence of media on art movements or explore the future trends in Media and Art, this course is your comprehensive guide.

Course Curriculum:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Media and Art

    • Exploring the interplay of Media and Art.
    • Historical overview of Media and Art's intertwined journey.
    • Introduction to various forms of fine art and media.
  • Module 2: Media Forms and Their Influence in Media and Art

    • Delving into traditional media forms and their impact on Media and Art.
    • Understanding the role of media in shaping public opinion.
    • Ethics and responsibility in the world of Media and Art.
  • Module 3: Visual Media, Film, and Artistic Expression

    • Evolution of visual media in the context of Media and Art.
    • Critical analysis of visual media's role in Media and Art.
    • Film as a significant medium of art in the Media and Art landscape.
  • Module 4: Art Movements, Genres, and Media and Art

    • Understanding various art movements and their significance in Media and Art.
    • Exploration of different art genres in the context of Media and Art.
    • Impact of historical art movements on contemporary Media and Art.
  • Module 5: Media Audiences, Institutions, and Artistic Influence

    • Understanding the relationship between media audiences and Media and Art.
    • Role and influence of media institutions in the world of Media and Art.
    • Regulations guiding media institutions and their impact on Media and Art.
  • Module 6: Modern and Contemporary Art in Media and Art

    • Transition from traditional to modern art in the context of Media and Art.
    • Introduction to contemporary art's role and influence in Media and Art.
    • Significant movements in contemporary Media and Art.
  • Module 7: New Media, Globalization, and Artistic Expression

    • Understanding the impact of new media on Media and Art.
    • Exploring the opportunities and challenges of globalization in Media and Art.
    • Role of new media in disseminating art in the Media and Art landscape.
  • Module 8: Art Exhibitions, Galleries, and Media and Art Trends

    • The significant role of art exhibitions and galleries in Media and Art.
    • How art exhibitions shape and influence trends in Media and Art.
    • The future of art galleries in the evolving world of Media and Art.
  • Module 9: New Media Art in the Context of Media and Art

    • Introduction to the intersection of technology and Media and Art.
    • Challenges and opportunities in new media art.
    • Predicting the future of new media art in the Media and Art landscape.
  • Module 10: Critical Analysis and Future Trends in Media and Art

    • Delving into the critical analysis of Media and Art.
    • Exploring emerging trends in Media and Art.
    • Predicting future movements and the role of Media and Art in society.

Who is this course for?

The Media and Art course is suitable for all.

Requirements

This Media and Art Training does not have any prerequisites or formal requirements.

Career path

Taking Media and Art Course will open up a variety of career options for you.

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