Student Login

info@cpdi.asia

yt widget
Recent Comments
    Marriana Born Regan
    Marriana Born Regan
    2020-09-03
    I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT I COULD FINISH MY COURSE ACCORDINGLY!!! SUPERB AND RELAX!!! I LOVE U CPDI ;)))THANKS FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY.
    Michael Bryan Ezquobar
    Michael Bryan Ezquobar
    2020-09-03
    Being one of the students that finished the course. I Highly rated This kind of self-pace and very academic online proficiency!!!
    Jun Mark Barrete Otida
    Jun Mark Barrete Otida
    2020-09-03
    I was an easy access to online platform and it's a great experience for learning!!!
    Christian Lagura
    Christian Lagura
    2020-09-03
    Easy access and highly recommended! Very easy to understand .. two thumbs up !! :)
    Ann Navid
    Ann Navid
    2020-09-03
    Perfect.... Very helpful and easy to study. The uniqueness of this platform is really recommended to everyone.
    Canon Benj
    Canon Benj
    2020-09-03
    Professionalism is one of the tactics to compete the world innovation today. I salute this kind-hearted and unique platform of IT innovation.
    Martin Smith III
    Martin Smith III
    2020-09-03
    Amazing!!!! It's very scholastic!!! Highly recommended.
    GREIN Channel
    GREIN Channel
    2020-08-29
    This project is one of a kind, for it has the heart of serving the community selflessly! I would like to recommend this to other people.

    Spooky spirits and pandemic portraits – the week in art

    Exhibition of the week

    Not Without My Ghosts: The Artist As Medium
    The Victorian medium Georgiana Houghton created swirling abstract artworks that record her encounters in the spirit world. She and William Blake, who portrayed the spirit of Milton from “life”, are among the artists past and present in this survey of spooky inspiration, with Suzanne Treister, Louise Despont and more bringing the uncanny tale up to date.
    • At the Drawing Room, London, from 10 September until 1 November.

    Also showing

    One of Barnett Freedman’s posters for the London underground in 1936.
    One of Barnett Freedman’s posters for London Underground in 1936. Photograph: © Barnett Freedman Estate

    Barnett Freedman: Designs for Modern Britain
    Freedman designed London Underground posters and illustrated books by Sassoon and Dickens. Fans of Ravilious and Nash will delight in this nostalgic trip to Lyons tea houses and pubs with Guinness prints.
    • Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, until 1 November.

    Danh Vo: Chicxulub
    “Can you help an old altar boy, father?” These and other words from The Exorcist are juxtaposed with a 17th-century carved Christ in one of Danh Vo’s conceptual artworks, mixing autobiography with big historical themes.
    White Cube Bermondsey, London, from 11 September until 2 November.

    Image of the week

    Artists’ heartfelt tributes to friends and relatives who battled through the Covid pandemic make for a striking outdoor portrait show at London’s Southbank Centre, even as hundreds of the arts centre’s own workers face redundancies.

    Ennobled … Dr A Shahid with Ember, 2020 by Mahtab Hussain. Photograph: Linda Nylind
    Dr A Shahid With Ember, 2020, by Mahtab Hussain. Photograph: Linda Nylind

     

    Comments are closed.