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  • Course description
    Course in Arts Management.

    Attendance: Full-time
    Language: English

    9th edition.
    The Master course in Arts Management is a grand tour in art featuring a unique itinerant formula that brings students in three art capitals: Florence, Venice and Rome. In these cities, art merges with several business realities, allowing the acquisition of wide-ranging skills and competences they can use in different fields. Participants have the chance to spend one intensive week at IED Venezia, getting in touch with one of the most renowned art institution, such as the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.

    A special focus is put on the organization of events, as at the end of each module students have to design and manage an event related to art and culture. The Master course builds a central figure for the life of cultural institutions who deals with art project management. This professional is capable of identifying innovative content, structuring a comprehensive event schedule, planning and developing fundraising events and resource management.

    Interdisciplinarity and innovation are the two keywords that characterise the whole pathway, since students get also prepared to face the new scenario of digital professions.

    Partner institutions: Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, MUS.E, Fondazione Romaeuropa.

    Target.

    The Master course is aimed at graduates in humanities, art, economics, as well as graduates in creative disciplines from design schools, or professionals with at least two years of experience.

    Methodology and structure.

    The Master course in Arts Management is divided into two operational modules that have an individual study path related to the city in which they are held. The Florence module is focused on training specialists in designing, planning and organising complex events in the cultural fields, whereas the Rome module is concentrated on the fine-tuning of a new approach for managing the artistic heritage in relation with the contemporary cultural scene. Some topics are carried out throughout the whole duration of the course, while others are specific of the two locations. In between the two operational modules, students are involved in a special week in Venice, in collaboration with Peggy Guggenheim Collection. The Master course leads participants into a training path designed as a general framework in which cultural skills, technical expertise, project development abilities are step by step introduced, implemented and consolidated.

    Professional opportunities.

    The mix of subjects faced during this rich and intense year aims at building professionals who can easily deal with: contemporary artistic scenarios for identifying significant art and culture concepts and enhancing the visibility of the cultural offer; business models for developing actions plans that keep into consideration all the risks and opportunities of a cultural project; new communication technologies and tools for exploiting the potential of culture as economic asset.

    Cultural Landscape.
    • HISTORY OF VISUAL ARTS - FLORENCE: This section features a historical and critical path through the arts, from the beginning of the 20th century up until today, which is focused on the main changes of the visual culture and the influences on contemporary imagination.

    • MUSEUM MANAGEMENT - FLORENCE: It is an introductory overview on the main principles and practices involving museum management. Covered topics include: strategic planning and marketing, financial sustainability, permanent and temporary exhibitions and displays, target audience and governance issues.

    • MUSEOGRAPHY - FLORENCE: This courses examines permanent and temporary exhibitions displays. Special attention is given to technical management and lighting technology in set design. Case studies show how to display and enhance an exhibition.

    • FOCUS ON CONTEMPORARY ROME AND PERFORMING ARTS HISTORY - ROME:
      The course is divided in two sections and aims at analysing models for the exhibition and performing arts through lectures and site visits with specific focus on the city of Rome. In the first part of the course, students have the chance to visit museums and collections of contemporary art, private galleries and foundations. The second part of the course focuses on the final project, serving as a critical analysis and implementation of the materials and ideas produced by the students.

    • LATERAL THINKING LAB - ROME: The lessons analyse the economic principles of the cultural system: institutional framework, supply and demand, dynamics and horizons, cultural sustainability and compatibility. A particular attention is paied to the dilemma among public and private funding for culture and the relationship with public administration in a multidisciplinary perspective.

    • PEGGY GUGGENHEIM EXPERIENCE IN VENICE: Participants attend one-week workshop in Venice in which they visit all main cultural institutions and take part to classes held by Peggy Guggenheim Collection staff. The Peggy Guggenheim Collection is among the most important museums in Italy for European and American art of the first half of the 20th century. It is located in Peggy Guggenheim’s former home, Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, on the Grand Canal in Venice.

    About IED:

    For more than fifty years, the Istituto Europeo di Design has been operating in the fields of education and research in the disciplines of design, fashion, visual communication and management. Today, the IED is a constantly expanding international network that issues first-level academic diplomas and organises three-year courses, Masters courses, continuous professional development and advanced training courses.

    The most significant milestones in the Group’s history include the foundation of the IED campuses in Milan (1966), Rome (1973), Turin (1989), Madrid (1994), Barcelona (2002), São Paulo (2005), Venice (2007), Florence (2008) and Cagliari (2009). In 2012, the Aldo Galli Academy in Como also joined the IED Group and as of 2013 courses have commenced in Rio de Janeiro, the second IED school in Brazil.

    Since 1966, the IED has developed innovative and diversified teaching methodologies, focused on synergies between technology and experimentation, creativity, strategies and integrated communication, market issues and a new form of professionalism. Thus does the Istituto Europeo di Design offer young professionals working in the fields of Fashion, Design and Communication the knowledge and the effective tools they need to cater for the constantly developing requirements of the working world.

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