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Study art history and art appreciation at the Barnes, a leader in art education for nearly 100 years. Our classes take place online and on-site, with new courses on a diverse array of topics curated monthly. Barnes members receive a 10% discount. Online classes make great gifts.
This special track offers an immersion in the Barnes method and an introduction to other interpretive approaches.
How are today’s events and humanity’s dreams for tomorrow seen through the lens of Afrofuturism and the Black aesthetic?
An in-depth look at the changing concepts of masculinity and male sexuality in European art and society in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
This course considers primitivism as both an artistic phenomenon and an intellectual construct at the heart of modernism’s self-definition.
Explore the life and career of the multifaceted artist, from commercial shoe illustrations to pioneering Pop images of movie stars and soup cans.
Study how mass media and culture shaped the development of modern art.
Examine the changing depictions of Medusa and her role in art historical, psychological, and feminist spheres.
This course explores the role of memory in the creative process, and the intersection of art making and neuroaesthetics.
Our three-year certificate program covers horticultural science, methods, and design.