Business Practices for the Arts    Apply NOW

 

Wednesdays 18:00 - 20:00
Dates 4 – 25 August 2021
Contact Sessions 4 classes
Venue Building F2 Room G13
Course Fee R1600 per person
Course Materials Notebook and pen
Course Reference Code U14

 

Business Practice This course will provide participants with the basic skills and knowledge to expand the business aspects of their creative practices, and offers participants the skills to assist and empower start-ups. Outcomes include understanding the key concepts, principles, rules and theories of entrepreneurship, curatorial and other fine arts business practices. These extend to online commercial art selling entities, verbal and written skills, and professional ethical codes of conduct within arts business practices.

 

Admission Requirements & Materials

NQF Level 4 competencies.

 

Digital Marketing    Apply NOW

 

Thursdays 18:00 - 20:00
Dates 29 July - 7 October 2021
Contact Sessions 10 classes
Venue Building F2 Room G13
Course Fee  R4000 per person
Course Materials Notebook and pen
Course Reference Code DM

 

Digital Marketing allows people to promote their business online with insight and strategic ability within the competitive digital environment. With expertise housed within the School of Communication, North-West University is optimally pitched to provide participants a quick way to learn the basics of Branding, Digital and Social Media Marketing, at an affordable price and acceptable part-time schedule. This allows start-ups the opportunity to learn more about how to market themselves (and others).

 

Admission Requirements & Materials

NQF Level 4 competencies.

 

Art History and Visual Culture    Book now for 2022

Thursdays 18:00 - 20:00
Dates   TBA
Contact Sessions   20 classes (40 hours)
Venue Building F2 Room G10
Course Fee R5000 per person
Course Materials  Notebook and pen
Course Reference Code U12

Art History and Visual Culture is a short learning programme that can provide participants with the basic skills and knowledge to analyse, interpret, evaluate and ultimately understand and appreciate art periods, art movements and other cultural practices related to the visual arts from a global and local inclusive perspective. This Short Learning Programme offers participants a depth of knowledge of the key concepts, principles, rules and theories of art history and visual culture as pertaining to Western art history (Module 1), art history in an inclusive and global context (Module 2), African art history (Module 3), and contemporary art, visual culture, and plurality produced in the postmodern paradigm (Module 4). Additionally, it teaches participants the skills to select and apply the appropriate various methods of analysis and perspectives in the interpretive analysis and evaluation of art periods, art movements, artistic cultural practices and its subsequent works of art.

 

Admission Requirements & Materials

NQF Level 4 competencies.

 

Film History and Appreciation   Apply NOW

Mondays 18:00 - 20:00
Dates   17 May – 30 August 2021
Contact Sessions   12 classes
Venue Building F2 Room G10
Course Fee R3200 per person
Course Materials  Notebook and pen
Course Reference Code U08

Film History and Appreciation is a short course that can provide participants with the basic skills and knowledge to analyse and appreciate films within the greater context of photography history and theory. The short course offers theoretical context for aspiring film-makers and people in the arts or interested in motion pictures, presented by knowledgeable and experienced North-West University lecturers.

 

Admission Requirements & Materials

NQF Level 4 competencies.

 

Photography History and Appreciation   Book now for 2022

Wednesdays 18:00 - 20:00
Dates   TBA
Contact Sessions   12 classes
Venue Building F2 Room G10
Course Fee R3200 per person
Course Materials  Notebook and pen
Course Reference Code U17

Photography History and Appreciation is a short course that can provide participants with the basic skills and knowledge to analyse and appreciate photography as an art form within the greater context of photography history and theory. This course is for those wishing to supplement their practical skill in photography with theoretical and historical context, as well as people in the arts (or interested in the arts) wishing to expand their knowledge on the subject.

 

Admission Requirements & Materials

NQF Level 4 competencies.