History of Art A Level

Over the last year we have been working in partnership with the National Extension College to develop an online version of the Edexcel A Level in History of Art. This new course will be available to students in the Autumn and is part of our continued efforts to raise awareness, understanding and enjoyment of art history within and outside the classroom.

This new online course helps students develop skills in visual literacy, looks at works from within and beyond the European tradition, offers opportunities to study some of the most significant and exciting eras of Art and Architecture, to analyse, research and create substantiated arguments and to debate and evaluate ideas.

The Edexcel A Level in History of Art  develops students’ understanding of the relationship between society and art; art historical terms, concepts and issues; the influence of cultural, social and political factors, as well as developments in materials, techniques and processes of both art and architecture over time.

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