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Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, Persian, Russian, German, Welsh and English all belong to the same linguistic group. Discover how all these languages are related and how they have evolved from a single language.
Discover the extraordinary construction of the human body. Through drawing from direct observation of the model you'll examine key anatomical structures of the head and body. Suitable for those with some drawing experience.
An exciting opportunity to create a life size portrait in clay, applying layers of muscles, fats, the skin, fine wrinkles and pores. The completed sculpture is then fired, completing a portfolio of supporting work.
Did you know that 80% of your brain is water or that your tongue is the strongest muscle in the body? Gain a basic understanding of the major systems of the body and how they interact with each other. Tutor: Alan Billington.
Did you know that 80% of your brain is water or that your tongue is the strongest muscle in the body? Gain a basic understanding of the major systems of the body and how they interact with each other. Open to those at an interest level as well as those wishing to progress onto higher levels or massage-based qualifications.
Ever wondered what your insides looks like? This fascinating class offers an understanding of our body and the amazing way it works. Ideal for anyone with a general interest as well as those hoping to progress.
What can surviving textiles tell us about the minutiae of daily life in Ancient Egypt? We will consider how the Egyptians wove such fine linen, what other fabrics were available, how they pleated their party dresses, and how often and they washed their underwear. A local museum visit brings all to life.
Anger is a complex emotion containing many elements: resentment, envy, desire for revenge, depression and deep, underlying pain. Explore ways to manage and confront anger and pain and transform this energy into something positive through creativity.
Well over 20,000 years ago, we see signs in the archaeological record that humans are beginning to domesticate other animals. You will gain a picture of the enduring and changing relationship between human and animal.
Examine the social and cultural relevance of religion in the modern world, and explore anthropological understandings of world religions as well as new religious movements, alternative spiritualities and religious fundamentalism.
We will apply an anthropological approach to examine the social, cultural, political and evolutionary dimensions of human violence to examine the reasons for the prevalence of group conflict and genocide in a modern, globalised world.