11 August 2017
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History of Art: a Thousand Years of Art in Northern Europe
Discover more than 1,000 years of European Art and European Art History this summer by exploring two of the most exciting art cities in Northern Europe – Utrecht and Berlin. Learn about the Golden Age in the Netherlands and the many social, historical, religious and cultural factors that influenced art production during that time. Find out how life shaped art and how the arts shaped life in Utrecht during the 16th century. Then move on to Berlin and go back further in time to medieval times. Profit from Berlin’s rich cultural collections and learn about the varying circumstances that shaped the production and reception of German art from the Middle Ages through the twenty-first century. The notions of a national identity and its connections to artistic expressions will be an important element of this course and introduce you to political art and the politics of art.
The special track consists of:
- Nothing is what is seems: Dutch Art of the Golde Age (Utrecht)
- Art in Germany: from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century (Berlin)
Utrecht: Dr Nausikaä El-Mecky (Cantab)
Berlin: Dr. Matthias Vollmer
The course is open to participants (graduates and non-graduates) from all disciplines with a keen interest in Art History.
Gives students a broad overview of Dutch Art of the 16th and 17th century through the exploration of culture, daily life, academic approaches, excursions and case-studies.
To give participants an overview of the different historical epochs and styles from the Middle Ages to the 20th century and to acquaint them with the cultural richness of art in Berlin and Germany.
Certificate of Attendance
EUR 2630: Course + course materials + housing
EUR 1980: Course + course materials
Utrecht Summer School doesn't offer scholarships for this course.Register for this course
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