Master in Visual Arts
The Master in Visual Arts is a 2
semesters course (first semester from mid-September to mid-December and second
semester from mid-January to the beginning of May).
The first semester lays the
foundations for the development of the student’s personal language, starting
from fundamental disciplines such as drawing, engraving, art history,
aesthetics and iconography.
In the second semester students will
begin to choose their own course of study according to their interests and to
produce, in line with their personal style and aesthetic taste, the artworks
that will be displayed at the end of the year exhibition.
During this individual journey,
students are supported not only by teachers but also by artists and curators who will help
them acquire the technical skills and develop their own poetics.
In this second semester, in parallel
with the creation of the works, students will also attend the Art Marketing
course, which provides the necessary knowledge to become professional artists
who are able to live of their work. Students will then learn how to select
their own works for an exhibition and how to create a catalogue. It will remain
in the hands of the students as a portfolio, an essential tool for the artists
who want to make their work known.
The course, held in English, allows
a limited number of students, who will be subsequently divided into small
groups so that each one can be adequately followed by the teachers.
During the course, students will participate
in numerous field trips: city tours, visits to exhibitions and the Venice
Biennale, participation in gallery openings, meetings with artists and curators
and much more.
At the end of the course students will receive a Certificate of Participation.
DATES 2024 - 2025 :
First semester: 16/09/2024 – 13/12/2024
Second semester: 13/01/2025 – 09/05/2025
Application deadline: 31/07/2024
Partial scholarships are available,
which allow a 30% price reduction.
To apply for the scholarship you
must send the following materials to the school:
- own CV
- a short letter of motivation
- a portfolio that includes 10
photos of your work
Subsequently the student will be
contacted by the school for a skype interview, during which the outcome of the
scholarship application will be communicated.