Short Art Courses in Brighton, UK

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Short Art Courses in Brighton, UK
Extend your artistic talent by joining a short art class in Birmingham, UK. (Alys Tomlinson/Creatas/Getty Images)

The British city of Brighton has an array of short art classes covering a wide range of art styles, methods and techniques for the teenage and adult student. Whether an individual is already an experienced artist or someone who wishes to satisfy their inner desire to become an artist, there are short art classes that can be taken part- and full-time, during the day or evening.

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University of Brighton

The Faculty of Arts at the University of Brighton will be launching new adult short-course programs for 2011 that will cover art, design and humanities. These new art classes will be held on Saturdays only, and will deal with fine arts, contemporary and traditional crafts and design. New and old students alike can also choose from a long list of specialised art subjects, which will include bookbinding, ceramics, computing for artists and designers, creative plastics, drawing, illustration, photography, printmaking, silversmithing and woodwork.

Exploring Art at Fabrica

The University of Sussex has a short art class called Exploring Art at Fabrica. The Exploring Art at Fabrica class is held at the Fabrica Art Gallery in Brighton and consists of eight, 150-minute sessions in total. This short art class teaches students how to enjoy and understand the concept of contemporary visual art and introduces key themes of the exhibitions displayed at the Fabrica Art Gallery and one other artistic location.

West Dean College

The West Dean College is located in Brighton, UK, and offers a short full-time art course called Fresh Starting Points--Expressive Approaches in Response to the Old Masters at an intermediate level. There are no entry-level requirements for this course, which covers how to rejuvinate old master paintings such as Auerbach, Hockney and Picasso by recreating a contemporary version of the painting. Students learn how to look at the compositions of the master paintings and take an in depth look at the character relationships, complex surfaces and history and complete method of each painting. This course lasts six days, and there is no final qualification awarded.

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