Passionate about art, cinema, architecture or photography?

The courses to be followed for free by the Politecnico di Milano at the University of London

SATURDAY 18TH APRIL 2020

Passionate about art, cinema, architecture or photography?
On the platform Coursera it is possible to enroll for free in all kinds of courses, from mathematics to philosophy, from history to architecture with a huge offer of artistic and cultural content. Coursera is an American company that operates in the field of educational technologies founded by computer science teachers from Stanford University and the platform offers free university courses.

Alcuni corsi da segnalare sono:

Introduzione alla Storia dell’Architettura Contemporanea – Politecnico di Milano

A journey to discover the great masters of the 1900s. Starting from Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe and Frank Lloyd Wright, the course tells the story of some of the most iconic architects and buildings of today: from David Chipperfield’s Rockbund Art Museum in Shanghai to the modern poetics of Italian masters such as Franco Albini and Luigi Moretti.

Film, Images & Historical Interpretation in the 20th Century: The Camera Never Lies – University of London 

Designed for fans of photojournalism and historical films, the course analyzes the value of photography as a historical testimony, considering both its limits and potential. Censorship, social denunciation and historical interpretation are some of the themes put in place to reconstruct the history of one of the most important mediums of the twentieth century.

Roman Art and Archaeology – University of Arizona 

Starting from 1000 BC, the course of the University of Arizona provides an overview of the culture of ancient Rome from before its foundation until its fall, examining the city and territories of the empire.

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