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Showcasing Art History at The Courtauld Institute of Art

Showcasing Art History is a series of 25 lectures on Tuesday evenings over three, free-standing terms (autumn, spring and summer). You are welcome to attend all three terms, a combination of any two terms or just one term.

The series aims to deliver current art-historical thinking in an accessible manner and is open to anyone over the age of 18. Our speakers are specialists in their field and are drawn from members of Courtauld staff and from other leading institutions.

The Courtauld Institute of Art is the foremost centre in Britain for the study of art history, of conservation and of curating and enjoys an international reputation. Our Short courses, tours and lectures are led by eminent specialist art historians and curators.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Jackie Sullivan
Contact Position
Short Courses Administrator
020 3947 7650
Showcasing Art History 2019-20


Vernon Square
Penton Rise
Accessibility notes

All teaching takes place in our campus at Vernon Square - a short walk from Angel or King’s Cross & St Pancras underground stations.

Time / date Details

Opening times/date
Tuesdays, 7pm - 8.30 pm
Time of day
Session Information
Registration from 6:30 pm
Drinks, snacks and a Q&A session after each lecture

Other Details

Cost Details
Each term is free-standing and you can book any combination of: Autumn term (10 lectures, £195); Spring term (10 lectures, £195), and Summer term (5 lectures, £95).
Can I refer myself?
Record updated: 19/12/2019