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"AHA courses are much better than A level History of Art as a preparation for university work. Exposure to real paintings, sculpture and buildings develops visual alertness. Seeing art in the cities where it was made reveals how it was shaped by its cultural context. Students from AHA have been made aware of many of the problems and excitements of academic Art History before they begin their BA."
Professor John Onians
The School of World Art Studies, University of East Anglia
A Level Art History this Summer
For all of you taking History of Art 'A' Level in 2013 we have put together a short but intensive revision course which allows you to study 16th and 17th century Rome in situ. The 16th century course will focus on Michelangelo, Raphael and Bramante. The 17th century course on the Baroque with emphasis on Caravaggio and Bernini. There will be 24 hours of onsite study, equivalent to 6 weeks class teaching time at school. Brilliant tuition from young, unstuffy tutors and the sheer beauty of this ancient city will immeasurably enhance your understanding of the historical context of your 'A' level.
£750 for accommodation in a 3* hotel and all tuition and museum entry.
( Last Updated: 02-10-2012 )