I have discovered the nicest way to learn about art; morning art lectures over coffee with some of London’s best art lecturers. London Art Studies host those lectures at the beautiful Bulgari Hotel; the themes of the lectures are varied, Contemporary Art, Modern British Art, Photography, Fashion and Jewellery, and are linked to current major exhibitions and art fairs in London.
This has all been put together by the charming and very knowledgeable Kate Gordon. You can also organise a bespoke course for your own group of friends, or offer a course of art lectures as a present to a friend… Anything is possible!
You don’t have to book a course of lectures, you can simply pick and choose a lecture based on your interests. For more information and to book a ticket to the lecture of your choice, click on the GO TO LAS WEBSITE button.
They have also recently launched their online classes, like the original London Art Studies classes, there’s no commitment, and no homework. Think of the online lectures a bit like TED Talks crossed with Netflix. There are three different types of membership: a Discovery Day Pass which is £5.00, a Monthly Subscription at £8.99 per month; and an Annual Membership at £88.00 per year.
We highly recommend the “Art and The City” series for your next European break; see what you can’t miss on your next trip, and we also really enjoyed the “Great Works” series; we could never understand that pile of bricks, and now we do!
The latest one is the Overview of the Art Market by Georgina Adam, she writes a weekly column on Saturdays for the Financial Times. This will be interesting to watch before Frieze.
Watch the latest one now.
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