When & Where

Quick Facts

  • Availability Yes
  • Tutor Sabine Casparie
  • Course Code W23PDGB07A
  • Suitable For 19 year olds and up are permitted on this course

What you will learn

You will be introduced to some of the practices showcased in the recent major exhibition 'In the Black Fantastic' at the Hayward Gallery London. This course explores diverse creative approaches, highlighting their value and contribution to conversations about social justice, racial justice, and advocacy. You will explore the work of artists such as Sonia Boyce, Yinka Shonibare and Isaac Julien as part of a cultural dialogue that concerns larger contextual frameworks such as identity, family, community, and nationality.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify artists engaged in diverse creative approaches to building empathy through art
  • Understand the realities underpinning Black Art today
  • Discuss themes of social justice, racial justice, and advocacy within art practices
  • Discuss larger contextual frameworks such as identity, family, community, and nationality


  • Full fee
  • Concession fee
  • Class format and activities

    You will learn through power point presentations, videos, student research, group activities discussions and debates. Some homework will set to share in class. In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress on your course, you will have regular and detailed feedback from your tutor, in a constructive and supportive environment.

    Entry requirements

    There are no entry requirements. This course will be accessible to you if you have no prior knowledge of art

    What you need to know before you enrol

    This class is based at Morley College London Waterloo Centre.

    What you need

    You will find it helpful to bring paper and pen for making notes.

    What you can do next

    Further art history Courses at Morley College Waterloo Centre