Have you ever wanted to learn more about art from Africa, but didn’t know where or how to start? Well, here’s one way: go along to Tate Modern’s new series of evening classes, Looking Both Ways: An Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Art from Africa. The course promises a whistle-stop tour of art and artists on the continent and overseas, from the 1940s to the present day. It’s a lot to cram into 8 hours, but with some clear themes and time periods structuring the programme, it looks like a great opportunity to get an overview of what’s been going on.
A place on the course costs £90 (£70 for concessions) for four 2-hour sessions led by Tate curator Kerryn Greenberg. You can book here.
Mondays, 5 – 26 March, 18.45–20.45