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Resource <div><p>Your study is based on three module books, co-published between the OU and Tate Publishing. These are extensively illustrated with full colour plates and incorporate activities. In addition, there are extensive visual and audio resources, supplied on DVDs.<br></br><br></br>You'll have access to a module website, which includes:</p><ul><li>a week-by-week study planner</li><li>electronic versions of the printed module materials</li><li>an image gallery of works of art</li><li>online study and assessment guides.</li></ul></div>
support The Open University is the world’s leading provider of flexible, high quality distance learning. Unlike other universities we are not campus based. You will study in a flexible way that works for you whether you’re at home, at work or on the move.As an OU student you’'ll be supported throughout your studies your tutor or study adviser will guide and advise you, offer detailed feedback on your assignments, and help with any study issues. Tuition might be in face-to-face groups, via online tutorials, or by phone.
abstract This module will help you develop an extensive knowledge of art and of the debates that have shaped our understanding of this exciting and important subject.
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title Exploring art and visual culture
description <div><p>What is art and how has it changed through history? How do artists create works of art? If you're interested in the place of the visual in our lives, then this module is for you. You'll look at major artworks from Raphael to Vermeer, the Pre-Raphaelites to Picasso, and at buildings from Westminster Abbey to the houses of Le Corbusier. You'll study the religious imagery and court art of the Medieval period and Renaissance; the growth of modern cities and art rooted in classical traditions; and finally look at changing approaches to art making from Manet and the Impressionists to the global contemporary.<br></br>.</p></div>

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