I have a vivid memory of telling my year seven history teacher that I didn’t see the point of studying the past; it is only as I sit and write this guide ten years later that I realise how wrong I was. As Mark....
With the Normans came castles (what were they for? defence? status?), changes in architecture and great religious houses, but what was life really...moreFrom £55
Located 7 minutes from Waterloo station.
I Chose to study at Morley as, being a South Londoner, it was my local college. ...more
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On this course, you will discover the art and architecture of the Byzantine empire from its beginnings as the ‘Christianized’ Roman empire, through...moreFrom £85
City Lit - where London learns
We will chart the emergence of France after Agincourt and closer to home look at the cause and effect of the Wars of the Roses. This was an age of...moreFrom £179
Friendly, Adult Education Centre in the heart of London. From Yoga to Excel, enjoy a wide range of affordable part-time courses at times to suit you.
Sandwiched between the so-called Twelfth Century Renaissance and The Calamitous fourteenth Century, the period 1200-1300 is often glossed over by...moreFrom £104
This course will introduce you to techniques of egg tempera icon painting and the plan is to complete a small Byzantine style icon. Techniques...moreFrom £607
Bring your passion to life through unique access to collections and expertise at the world’s leading museum of art and design.
The patronage of the Dukes of Burgundy and the merchants of the trading centres in the Netherlands during the fifteenth century contributed towards...moreFrom £303