Duration: 18 months - Full Time
Look up the Study Program of the IED campus in: Venice Florence Rome
An Arts Manager is a new figure, one who is able to identify original contents and organize a detailed programming of event characteristics, as well as planning and fundraising necessary resources. They also have an essential understanding of the strategic positioning of cultural products.
The Master Course in Arts Management also gives the graduate the ability to be in charge, as a Cultural Manager, of financing and managing cultural organizations, defining the product and services of the organization in the context of a specific Arts market. The student will learn to coordinate organizational activities and to be in charge of the communication process with both public and private organizations.
Description - Teachings
The Master Course in Arts management is subdivided into three operational modules that have an individual study path related to the city they are in.
Each module will end with an exam and a final project. The courses are partly carried through the entirety of the Masters and partly specific to the different locations. The fields emphasized in Rome will be Economy and Culture, in Florence Events Planning and Management and in Venice Artistic Direction.
During the last stretch of the course the final event will be analyzed and organized; a project articulated so that each student or student group will be confronted with the realities of the Artistic and Cultural fields in order to conclude a real project in the city of Venice.
Venice _CULTURAL MANAGE MENT
The first academic module of Master Course in Arts management presents itself as a creative and applied workshop of new ideas and artistic and cultural developments. The first months of work will involve a design synthesis and will lead to a final phase that requires the study and presentation of a project. The project will be based on the actual abilities of each participant and aims at developing a design theme that allows the creation of cultural and artistic management plans applied to emerging artists or guild, to museums or institutions that require a more structured, creative and innovative management of their contents and structures