In the year of the centenary of the death of Edgar Degas it seemed appropriate to explore a little of his work, life and time. In this course we are going to get to know him a little more
Oral History helps us understand how the individuals themselves experienced history and its events and it teaches us what has changed and what has remained over the years.
Reading a work of art is as important as its production. It allows us to interpret and understand the works in order to reach the messages contained in them and learn a bit more about the context surrounding its making.
Since the beginning of the Ages, in times of persecution or expansion, Mankind has used signs and symbols to communicate a specific message, from the simplest to the most complex.
The preservation and organization of a photographic archive will depend on several factors, including the nature and destination of the collection and the use proposed for it
With this course, we will show you how to recognise architectural styles, as well as the history, culture and art of the best architectural and touristic examples in the world, within each style analysed.