Courses

Courses

Summer School 2021 – 26th to 30th July online: A week-long FREE event of previously recorded lectures to say ‘thank you’ for all your support

We are excited to announce that the Centre for Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred is celebrating its first birthday! Over the past twelve months, via our online lectures, seminars and talks, we have had the pleasure of connecting with large numbers of you over Zoom; meeting old friends and making new ones. Each day (from Monday to Thursday), we will be releasing an online lecture for you to watch/listen to. On Friday 30th, we will be hosting an on-line, celebratory coffee morning via Zoom at 11am (BST), where Angela, Mary and Louise will be available for informal chat.

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Enchantment with Patrick Curry – 14th September 2021 – 6.30- 8pm (UK time) – via Zoom – £10

My subject is the fundamental human experience of wonder. With a mixture of personal examples and respectful theory, we will consider what it is and isn't: its characteristics, conditions, limits, and dynamics. We shall also try to find out what we can learn from enchantment, with particular reference to the concerns of the Centre such as myth, magic and the sacred. It also has significant implications for how to best go about contesting the ruling ideologies of our time.

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The Hidden Secrets of Masterpieces – Mary Attwood

Five Week Course via Buckinghamshire, Tuesday 3rd November - 1st December, 7.00- 8.30 pm,  ONLINE classes. This five week course will be a visual feast of great works of art but when it comes to looking at art, there is so much more than meets the eye. These sessions will introduce you to a few known ‘masterpieces’ and reveal some little known facts about them.

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Carravaggio – Master of Light and Dark – Mary Attwood

Surrey Adult Learning, Friday 9th October, 10am- 1pm - ZOOM class

This session will focus in detail on some of Caravaggio’s most famous works of art as well as those lesser known. These works are full of drama, movement and emotion, often concealing deeper meaning, and ask the viewer to be an engaged participant in the images he presents before us.

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