Online Short Courses
Our Online Short Courses allow you to study some of our most popular courses without travelling to the college.
In each live class you will join the group online for presentations, demonstrations, discussions and activities. You will also have access to a private online workspace where you will be expected to upload your work between classes. The tutor will save various learning resources here too - for your reference during the course to help you develop.
Online Short Courses are perfect if you live outside of London, overseas, or if you want to be able to join a course from your home, office or anywhere in the world with an internet connection. The courses are designed to be flexible - you’ll log in to a live virtual classroom each week and interact with the tutor and other students.
Anyone who wants to explore the principles of art direction. It's likely you work in marketing, advertising, PR, sales, brand management, editorial, fashion, design or photography.
This course will provide you with an introduction to the role of arts organisations and how to go about project managing your own, and/or, providing support and ideas into how you might consider building a business plan.
The course will give basic understanding of the discourse and terms regarding curating contemporary art. It will look at the role of the independent curator and how it came to be what it is today.
This course will teach you a range of drawing techniques, starting with basic shapes, geometry and composition, leading to shading, presentation and preservation. Each session will include a lecture along with practical exercises, tailored to support and develop your individual techniques.
Lighting is one of the most important elements of any interior, having the power to change moods and transform spaces. The course is designed to inspire and teach you how to design with light, from the very beginning of a project.
This course will cover the newly unexplored area of web-based art and creative coding for artists. Digital artwork distributed via the Internet, has the ability to provide artists with more immediate and innovative ways of exhibiting and sharing their art, outside of the traditional confines of the gallery and museum system.