On completion of the course, graduates will be able to evaluate cultural initiatives from a financial and organizational perspective and to comprehend investment dynamics in the artistic and cultural sector. If you want to work in the field of communication and development of artistic and cultural heritage, this is the course for you.
|Faculty||Arts, tourism and markets|
|Name of the course||Arts, entertainment, cultural events|
|Name of the course in English||Arts, Media & Cultural Events|
|Type of course||Triennial degree|
|Degree class||L-3 - Disciplines of the figurative arts, music, entertainment and fashion|
|Type of access||Course with number of places planned with non-selective knowledge test|
|Language in which the course is held||Italian|
The Degree Course in Arts, Performing Arts, Cultural Events is organized across different disciplinary fields ranging from the arts to social sciences.
There are three thematic areas:
1) Critical, historical-artistic and performing arts disciplines
2) Linguistic, historical and sociological disciplines
3) Economic, management and legal regulations
The graduate in Arts, Performing Arts, Cultural Events, thanks to the basic and characteristic teachings, will be able to apply independently the knowledge acquired to understand and bring value to historical and cultural heritage, to build artistic and cultural content aimed at different audiences.
The related activities will allow the graduate to develop business plans, management and marketing plans and communication for cultural activities and entertainment, fundraising projects.
Through language tuition, students will increase their English language skills, and will have some fundamental skills in a second foreign language.
- Art History (medieval, modern and contemporary)
- Digital communication for the arts
- Fashion cultures
- The entertainment system
- History of art criticism
- Theory and technique of photography
The Bachelor of Arts in Arts, Performing Arts and Cultural Events provides the basic skills to operate in the cultural professions, in the system of arts and performing arts productions. These are scenarios in continuous transformation that require preparation in the humanities and management skills that are the focus of this three-year study programme. In Italy, this sector is showing great potential and creating mor and more jobs, a trend that is mirrored globally. In response to these needs, the Degree Course in Arts, Performing Arts and Cultural Events is organized around two axes, the historical-critical axis of the languages of art and entertainment and the operational-management axis, which correspond respectively to the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to: analyze, build and communicate products and content specific to art and entertainment; organize and manage cultural activities and events.
A wide range of content is inclused: History of Medieval, Modern and Contemporary Art, Cultures of Fashion, Art and Fashion Publishing, Management and Marketing of Cultural Activities and Entertainment and Economics of Art with a strong content of arts, social sciences, languages and digital systems specific to the disciplines covered. These modules are taught face-to-face by IULM lecturers, artists and sector professionals through workshops and "field" experiences.
The programme is designed to provide students with a basic theoretical preparation with attention made to the assessment of the level of knowledge acquired. Students participate in classroom-based lessons, workshop activities, study visits to museums and foundations, cycles of meetings with professionals and protagonists of the art, culture and entertainment system, projects and collaborations with external bodies, internships and internships in Italy and abroad. Opportunities guaranteed by the Faculty's close partnerships, reserved for students of the three-year period, such as those with MIA FAIR and Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, and by the offer of numerous professional experiences. Other strategic skills for employment are given through the JobLabs component: intensive workshops, held by professionals of outstanding reputation, supported by IULM lecturers aimed at the implementation of highly innovative projects.