n.paradoxa: Course on Feminist Art Manifestos

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A new advanced course on feminist art manifestos.
Reading and discussing these manifestos provides a means to explore feminism in relation to contemporary art.

There are 6 lessons in this course.

Course Outline

This course is based upon Feminist-Art-Manifestos: an Anthology, edited by Katy Deepwell, and published by KT press in 2014. A free copy of this ebook is included in the course.

Once a week, starting 20 May 2020 and continuing for 6 months only, Katy Deepwell will be running a live discussion forum (7-9pm GMT) for those registered on the course.

Anyone wishing to enrol is advised to undertake and complete the basic course first.

Why you should join this course?

Increase your awareness of feminist politics in relation to contemporary art

Learn more about manifestos and feminism’s use of this form

Join a community exploring similar interests and share ideas with them

Experience a MOOC (Mass Online Open Course) in the form of a DOCC

This is a paid course

Registrations starts: 4 May 2020
This course will run from 4 May 2020 until 1 October 2020 and you can join at any time during this period. Take this course at your own pace, it is a seminar programme of reading and discussion. Active participation in discussion forums is expected but there is no fixed time frame for starting the course or completing any of the 6 lessons.

To take this course, register for the free MOOC, then sign-up for this course.
Access to full course and ebook is provided only after payment.

The fee of £45 is a one-off payment for access to the course materials,
the free ebook Feminist Art Manifesto: An Anthology (KT press, 2014), and to join the forums.
This fee is non-refundable and is payment for the teacher and her work.
Access to the course materials will continue after the course has ended.

Payment is via paypal.
You can use a paypal account or any major credit card.
The paypal account is administered by KT press,
the publishers of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal