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TREASURES OF WORLD CULTURE

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Prepare for elitism!

 

Have you ever wondered:

  • Why, even though the tickets were very expensive, the entire European beau-monde was present at the opening night of Verdi's opera Aida, which was held in at the Hatshepsut temple?
  • Why prominent banks collect masterpieces by famous artists?
  • How an unknown collector was able to recognize Modigliani's genius before he was famous, purchase his paintings, and become a millionaire?

 

Being part of society's elite is not just about glitzy parties and glamorous receptions. Belonging to it is not only a matter of bank accounts,  business connections, and earning ability. It is also a matter of  having an all-round education that allows you to feel confident in any company.

 

Professionalism, foreign language skills, eloquence, and diplomacy are unquestionably among the skills of well-mannered people. However, good manners alone won't be enough to help you converse about impressionist art at a Paris art exhibition, or distinguish baroque from rococo in Italy, or express your opinion about Bach in Germany.

 

Course goal:

This course is designed to equip its students with guidelines about the world of art, broaden their outlooks, and increase their erudition.

 

Course objectives:

  • Introduction to the fine arts: music, literature, and visual arts
  • Introduction to the order and relationships among the various artistic periods and styles
  • Introduction to the collections of world museums
  • Introduction to the famous masterpieces, architecture, music, and poetry
  • Formation of critical skills for deep analysis of art
  • Learn how to value and enjoy beauty!

 

Focus group:  This course is designed for business and political elites, and also for experts from different spheres who are interested in increasing of their cultural capacity.

 

Duration: 24 academic hours

Fee: 3,000 som

American University of Central Asia
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