• Art Works and Artists

    The sheer volume of art pieces and artists spanning different eras and cultures can be overwhelming for students. We will guide students through this extensive knowledge using memorization techniques, making the task more manageable.

  • Historical Context

    Art History requires an understanding of the historical, cultural, political, and personal context surrounding the creation of art. We take an integrated approach to teaching, interweaving the study of art with its historical context.

  • Interpretation and Analysis

    Interpreting and analyzing art can be subjective and complex. Students often struggle with understanding the nuances and hidden meanings in art. Our tutors guide students on how to read, interpret, and analyze art effectively.

  • Argumentation

    Art History often requires persuasive argumentation to support one's interpretation of an artwork. We conduct regular practice sessions focusing on crafting strong arguments and effective communication skills.

  • Visual Literacy

    Art History demands a certain level of visual literacy, or the ability to interpret and understand visual information. We offer exercises and activities that help students hone their visual literacy, such as interpreting symbols and motifs.

  • Research Skills

    Students may struggle with finding reliable sources and understanding complex texts. We assist students in honing their research skills, guiding them to use reputable sources and teaching them how to summarize critical information.

  • Thematic Teaching

    Unlike a chronological approach that can become overwhelming, organizing the course around specific themes or movements can help students understand and remember the material more effectively.

  • Contextual Approach

    Art cannot be separated from its historical, cultural, and political context. Each lesson can incorporate elements of the historical period, such as key events, societal norms, and prevalent ideologies, which shaped the art of the time.

  • Art Criticism Method

    The Feldman’s Model of Art Criticism (Description, Analysis, Interpretation, and Judgment) can be used to guide students on how to evaluate an artwork systematically and critically.

  • Visual Analysis

    Regularly incorporating visual analysis exercises, where students describe and interpret artworks without prior information, can help build their visual literacy skills.

  • Comparative Analysis

    Encourage students to compare and contrast different artworks. This process helps students develop critical thinking and understand the differences and similarities between different periods, styles, and artists.

  • Discussion and Debates

    Stimulate discussions and debates on different interpretations of art pieces. This method promotes critical thinking and active engagement.

  • Advanced Arts Degrees

    Our Arts tutors are highly skilled and knowledgeable in the subject, backed by strong academic credentials. With degrees in arts or related disciplines, they bring a deep understanding of arts concepts to the table.

  • Experience Teaching Arts

    Our tutors are skilled educators who have honed their teaching methods through experience and training. They employ a variety of effective instructional strategies, adapting their approach to suit individual learning styles.

  • Friendly Personality

    Our tutors embody warmth and approachability. They foster an engaging learning environment, facilitating open communication and making students feel comfortable asking questions or expressing concerns.

Example Art History Tutoring Packages

We offer diverse and flexible options, catering to your child's unique needs and your family's schedule. Choose from ad-hoc sessions for immediate needs, to long-term plans for ongoing support.

Our most common tutoring plans:

  • Semester Support

    This package offers regular tutoring sessions for an entire academic semester, ensuring consistent support for the student. The frequency could be 1-3 times per week depending on the need.

  • Monthly Intensive

    This offers more frequent sessions over a one-month period. This could be suitable for a student who needs to catch up quickly or prepare for an important exam.

  • Ad-hoc Sessions

    For students who require tutoring on a more sporadic or as-needed basis.