- Arzamas.Academy – this non-commercial information project is based on courses, or “humanitarian series” on history, literature, art, anthropology, and philosophy (i.e. culture and people).
- Coursera.org is one of the biggest databases for free online courses from top universities. Right now you can sign up for a current/future session or watch materials from 55 listed courses in the Arts category, such as “Leading Innovation in Arts and Culture” (the course is designed for leaders in arts and culture for whom the main challenge is to promote new ideas).
- Post-science is an online project about contemporary fundamental sciences and the scientists creating them. Among a great number of quite interesting materials, Post-science offers a course entitled “Introduction in Culture Research”, which comprises 12 lectures on the main notions and issues of contemporary culture selected by a philosopher and culture researcher named Vitaliy Kurennyy.
- Masterstudies is an online system with a convenient search of education programs in culture and arts on the Master and Executive levels (both at universities and online).
- OpenCulture – this website does not offer its own training plan but allows users to select from a huge list (over one thousand!) of online courses from theworld’s leading universities.
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