Art history and film studies

2.30 - 2.55pm

Art history and film studies

Where: RC Mills Building, Lecture Room 209

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In today’s image-saturated world, the ability to critically interpret the visual appearance of a given object is highly relevant. Find out how studying art history can develop your capacity to understand and interpret visual communication, expression and innovation. During this talk, you will also find out about film studies, and how this can equip you with critical visual literacy, and a range of skills for understanding and analysing cinema as a vital and yet everyday part of modern life, expanding your knowledge of the social, cultural, aesthetic and political dimensions of cinema in different contexts and at different times.

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