Undergraduate Visual Arts OpenCourseWare

  • Art of Color OpenCourseWare: A Free Undergraduate Level Visual Arts Class on the Study of Color by MIT

    Explore a myriad of applications involving color in visual art with 'Art of Color', an OpenCourseWare offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). This free online course deals with the effects of color on overall imagery and also examines historical and psychological facets regarding the use of color. Students seeking a bachelor's degree in Fine Art can hone essential skills with this undergraduate course.

  • Family Photography OpenCourseWare: The Open University's Free Bachelor Level Photography Class Focusing on Family Photography

    Ever wonder about the people you see in photographs contained in your family album? 'Picturing the Family' can give students the skills they need to mine pictorial records for information that may not be readily apparent. The course, which is offered as free OpenCourseWare by The Open University, is not credit-bearing, but falls under the mantle of the university's Bachelor of Arts in Humanities program

  • Modern Art OpenCourseWare: MIT's Free Undergraduate Modern Art Course

    Philosophies surrounding modern and postmodern art serve as the basis for 'Modern Art and Mass Culture,' an OpenCourseWare by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). This free online course deals with how artists combine trends in art with those in popular culture to formulate a unique, amalgamated statement in both areas. This undergraduate course benefits students seeking a bachelor's degree in a variety of areas, including Fine Art and Architecture.