• Veronica Pulumbarit

Where to study art online

Updated: Jun 8, 2020

Many countries were forced to go on "lockdown" due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Being locked up in the house may actually not be a bad thing. With nowhere else to go, you might finally find time for things that you have always wanted to do, such as taking online courses.

Even after lockdown, you can continue studying and taking courses from reputable institutions.

Here are some of the best mobile phone apps that you can download if you want to study online:

(1) edX

edX is a global non-profit founded by Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Many of the top-ranked universities in the world offer programs and courses through edX. The app has about 20 million users.

Courses to consider:

Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasive Writing and Public Speaking

(Harvard University)

Tangible Things: Discovering History Through Artworks, Artifacts, Scientific Specimens, and the Stuff Around You

(Harvard University)

Hollywood: History, Industry, Art

(University of Pennsylvania)

Art and Design in the Digital Age


(2) Coursera

All of the courses offered by Coursera are taught by instructors from the world’s top institutions. Learners can access free courses with the option to get a shareable certificate for a minimal amount starting at US$39.

Courses to consider:

Modern Art and Ideas (Museum of Modern Art)

What is Contemporary Art? (Museum of Modern Art)

Healing with the Arts (University of Florida)

Memoir and Personal Essay: Write About Yourself

(Wesleyan University USA)

(3) Udemy Udemy is a leading online learning platform with 57,000 instructors offering 150,000 courses. The site has had 295 million course enrollments.

The Ultimate Drawing Course - Beginner to Advanced

Complete Beginner's Guide to Digital Art

Learn to Create Pixel Art for your Games

The Art of Creativity

Artwork by Steve Johnson (Pexels)

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