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Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)

Music, visual art and literature abounded in Elizabethan and Jacobean culture. At the court and beyond it, the three arts shared important purposes, as patrons, scholars and artisans used them to win friends and influence people. Not acting alone, however, the arts were heavily interlinked. Many cultural phenomena, including court entertainments, civic processions and religious ceremonies, combined the arts to create a lasting impression. Meanwhile, poets, painters and musicians frequently referred to each other in their works. We’ll consider the fascinating relationship between the different crafts in the visually and aurally rich world of Shakespeare’s England. This is a 10 session course and must be taken with W210Pm03 in week 2.


Course dates

07 Jul 2024 to 13 Jul 2024

Course duration

2 weeks

Apply by

23 Jun 2024

Course director

Academic Directors, Course Directors and Tutors are subject to change, when necessary.


International Summer Programme
Sidgwick Site
United Kingdom

Qualifications / Credits

Credits dependent on home institution

Teaching sessions

Meetings: 10

Course code