The course program leading to the first-level academic diploma in the School of Communication and Valorisation of Contemporary Artistic Assets is intended to provide an adequate mastery of the methods and techniques of communication and valorisation, allowing graduates to offer specific skills in all the activities and processes entailed in improving access to as well as knowledge and understanding of contemporary cultural assets.
Students in the School’s diploma course must:
- possess an adequate technical-operative formation in methods and contents related to the field of contemporary artistic production, its communication and valorisation;
- possess methodological and critical tools for acquisition of skills in expressive codes, techniques and advanced technologies;
- be competent in at least one foreign language of the European Community, besides the mother tongue, in the main area of competence and for general information exchange;
- possess adequate knowledge of computer and telecommunication tools in the specific areas of competence.
Graduates will undertake professional activities in various public and private fields, working flexibly and autonomously in collaboration with specialists in the valorisation and communication of contemporary artistic production, including organisation and display, curatorship, and arrangement of communicative support for contemporary art events.
The Academies will organise, in collaboration with public and private institutions, work placements and apprenticeships that will provide the specific skills needed, and will further define specific training models for each course of study.
In order to complete the curriculum and gain admittance to discussion of the written and practical thesis , candidates must pass all exams and obtain the following academic credits:
- 108 credits in foundation and specific training activities (foundation 36-48 credits, specific 60-72 credits)
- 4 compulsory credits for a foreign European language
- 12 credits for the thesis and three practical examinations
TOTAL CREDITS: 180
The diploma will be awarded when the candidate has obtained the required academic credits, has passed all exams and has successfully discussed his or her thesis, also presenting three artistic projects agreed with the Head of Department.
In calculating credits candidates may not cite the same course more than once, unless this is expressly permitted.
|EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY||CODE||DISCIPLINE||INSTRUCTOR||1||2||3||CREDITS||TOTAL CREDITS|
(1) Style, History of Art and Costume 1-2-3 (compulsory)
|ABPR14||Elements of Architecture and Urban Planning||Catalano||8|
|ABST50||History of Architecture||not activated|
|SPECIFIC||ABVPA61||Cultural and Environmental Assets||Ciliento||6||
|ABVPA62||Theory and Practice of Valorisation of Cultural Assets 1-2||Cottino||6+6|
|ABVPA64||Museography and Display System Design 1-2||Costagliola||8+8|
|ABTEC37||Design Metholodogy for Visual Communication 1-2||Saccomandi||8+8|
|ABLE70||Legislation and Economics of Art and Performing Arts||not activated||6|
|ABST55||Cultural Anthropology||credit awarded for university course||6|
|SUPPLEMENTARY OR RELATED||ABLE70||Art Economics and Markets||Falletti||6|
|ABPC66||History of Cinema and Video||Bitonti||6|
|ABPR16||Design for Planning||not activated||8|
|ABPR35||Film and Video Direction/
Performing Arts Production
|ABTEC43||Audiovisual Techniques and Codes of Expression||Berardinelli||8|
|ABTEC38||Digital Applications for Visual Arts||Villa||8|
|ABPC65||Theory and Method of Mass Media||Cembalo||6|
|ABST48||History of Applied Arts||not activated||6|
|ABST51||Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts||Roberto||6|
|ABPR16||Fundamentals of Computer Design||Costagliola||8|
|ABST59||Pedagogy and Art Instruction||Lazzarini||6|
|ABAV04||Special Graphic Techniques||Danesi||8|
|Further educational activities||(2) workshops, seminars, internships||0/18|
|(2) computer skills testing||4|
|Optional educational activities||0/10|
|Compulsory educational activities||ABLIN71||EU foreign language
Students must complete the required number of credits for each sector. Total credits in three-year course: 180
(1) For History of Art and Costume, Artistic Anatomy and Engraving Techniques, students may choose the course (or instructor) among those offered, inserting the appropriate name.