Contemporary Art in Britain (Online)
Dr. Rosa Nogués is an Associate Lecturer in Art Theory at Chelsea College of Arts.
Dr Nogués obtained her PhD in 2013 at the Centre of Research in Modern European Philosophy (Kingston University). She has lectured at Central Saint Martins (London), Middlesex University (London) and the Universität für angewandte Kunst (Vienna). Her writing has been published in n.paradoxa, Revista Mundo Crítico and the Moving Image Review & Art Journal (MIRAJ).
This course is aimed at students interested in the history of art and culture more broadly. It is especially indicated for those with a particular curiosity about contemporary art, who want to explore the different themes and questions that arise when we look at contemporary art today. It will give Fine Arts majors an in-depth understanding of the contemporary context of their art practice, and it will also be an engaging and rewarding study experience for social sciences, communications, politics and other humanities majors, as the course will examine and discuss key topics in the current cultural debate (ie. gender, the environment, racism, decolonisation) in relation to art practice.
Level of study
UAL Online Study Abroad courses are for undergraduate, graduate and independent students from around the world. Minimum age is 18. Minimum GPA requirement for US students is 3.0. Non-US students should submit academic qualifications and achievements instead of GPA.
Level of English
The equivalent IELTS score of 6.0 or above is required. If you are interested in IELTS preparation courses, please visit UAL's Language Centre website for further information.
Each course is 30 contact hours (suggested credit value of 3 US credits). Students receive a Record of Study on completion of the course along with a suggested credit value. Credit is awarded by the home institution.