'Art History for Everyone'

September 12 2016

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Picture: Wallace Collection

Roll up: if you're a state school student here in the UK a free AS-level art history course is being offered at the Wallace Collection in London. It takes place on Saturday mornings for 2/5 hours each week. Here's more:

Enrol for a free-fast-track AS History of Art course on Saturday mornings, based at the Wallace Collection from 24.9.16, and using other museum and gallery collections as appropriate.  The course is an independent development of a successful pilot scheme trialled at two London state schools in 2014-16 with excellent outcomes and 100% pass rate. The course followed is AQA AS History of Art and is taught by a qualified and experienced specialist teacher with a track record of excellent results. Study materials, exam entrance fees and administration included.

Benefits to students include:

  •     an additional AS qualification
  •     additional UCAS points and strengthened FE/HE applications
  •     career development
  •     CV building opportunities
  •     developing analytical and communication skills
  •     Gaining as understanding of great works of art in the capital’s public collections.

This excellent initiative is being organised by Art History Link-Up.

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