Why Art Radar’s art journalism and writing course is unique

Art Radar‘s Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing is completely unique.

It’s a big claim, we know, but it’s true. This course has three features, which together make it a total one-off. Read on to find out what they are.

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Unique how?

Build a published portfolio

We guarantee that the articles you write will actually be published. Not only will they be published, they will also be seen by our large readership of art dealers, auctioneers, writers, collectors, artists and art enthusiasts. Did you know that we now have more than 28,000 subscribers and followers? Art Radar alumni use their portfolios to land auction and publishing house internships, journalism and research positions, gallery roles and much more.

Live anywhere, learn anytime

Because each of the four certificates in our new two-year-long art writing diploma course is taught entirely online, students can work from any city in the world. All that is needed is a reliable computer, a speedy Internet connection and a passion for contemporary art.

Supported learning

To ensure your work meets the high editorial standards we set for our students and our staff here at Art Radar, your work will be workshopped by experienced art editors. This one-on-one editorial support is accompanied by a six-module course delivered to you by email fortnightly for the duration of your certificate.

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Sign up for further information by filling out the form below. You will be added to our mailing list and receive a sequence of emails over the next few days that will tell you everything you need to know about the Art Radar Certificate in Art Journalism & Writing 101.

Ready to apply?

Smart! We have limited places and we’ll increase our rates for the next intake, so get your application in to us quick.

Click here for more information on the course content and faculty.

Have questions?

If you would prefer to speak to someone in person to see if the course is right for you, contact artradarinstitute@gmail.com.

– The Art Radar Institute team

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