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INTRODUCTORY COURSE IN APPLIED ARTS

LISAA Paris
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 France Paris

The foundation course in applied arts takes place over one year. It allows each student to forge solid pluridisciplinary artistic bases that are common to every profession in applied arts, whether in design, fashion, animation or interior architecture. [+]

Best Courses in Arts Study in France 2017. The foundation course in applied arts takes place over one year. It allows each student to forge solid pluridisciplinary artistic bases that are common to every profession in applied arts, whether in design, fashion, animation or interior architecture. CONTINUING TO DEGREE COURSES AT LISAA This is a key year for choosing a profession, continuing to degree courses at LISAA in graphic design, interior architecture & design, fashion, animation & video games, or to prepare for competitive exams for higher education fine art schools. THREE TEACHING AIMS To reveal the creativity of each student through the learning of fundamental techniques: drawing, colour, composition, volume, perspective and graphic design. To raise students’ awareness of artistic culture in order to bring them the curiosity and open-mindedness required for a qualitative and enduring education. To allow the student to find their place amongst the different design professions and therefore prepare and choose, in complete confidence, which specialisation to follow. Advantages of the Course Individual student guidance and several meetings throughout the year to monitor development, technical skills, course choice and to support students in their projects. Student participation in a week-long multidisciplinary workshop led by professionals. Presentation of projects to judging panels made up of professionals and teachers twice a year. Development of a personal project reflecting the creative universe of each student and their ability to develop a concept. Possibility to undertake a work placement from the foundation year onwards. Entry Requirements & Application Admission to LISAA Paris is dependent on presentation of a portfolio of personal work and an oral interview. The student’s technical and artistic capability in addition, above all, to their motivation and suitability will be evaluated with regards the specifics of disciplines in the design sector. [-]

FOUNDATION YEAR

LISAA Paris
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 France Paris

The Introductory Course in Applied Arts (MANAA) takes place over one year. It allows each student to forge solid artistic bases that will be essential throughout their career as a designer. [+]

The Introductory Course in Applied Arts (MANAA) takes place over one year. It allows each student to forge solid artistic bases that will be essential throughout their career as a designer. THREE TEACHING AIMS To reveal the creativity of each student through the learning of fundamental techniques: drawing, colour, composition, volume, perspective and graphic design. To raise students’ awareness of artistic culture in order to bring them the curiosity and open-mindedness required for a qualitative and enduring education. To allow the student to find their place amongst the different design professions and therefore prepare and choose, in complete confidence, which specialisation to follow. PREPARATION FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION FINE ART AND DESIGN SCHOOLS Upon completion of the Introductory Course in Applied Arts, each student will have acquired the necessary skills to apply for the competitive exams for national higher education schools (decorative arts, design…). CONTINUING TO DEGREE COURSES AT LISAA This is a key year for choosing a profession, continuing to degree courses at LISAA in graphic design, interior architecture & design, fashion, animation & video games, or to prepare for competitive exams for higher education fine art schools. Advantages of the Course A large network of alumni Links between different disciplines in order for the students to understand the complementary nature of skillsets Entry Requirements & Application Admission to LISAA Paris is dependent on presentation of a portfolio of personal work and an oral interview. The student’s technical and artistic capability in addition, above all, to their motivation and suitability will be evaluated with regards the specifics of disciplines in the design sector. [-]

DHEC Production / Distribution - taught in FRENCH

ESRA - École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle
Campus Full time September 2017 France Paris

Fournir aux étudiants de solides bases théoriques, en matière d’économie, de droit ou d’histoire du cinéma et de l’audiovisuel, qui leur permettront, au cours de leur future vie professionnelle, d’enrichir leur perception du métier et de faciliter la prise de décision. [+]

Best Courses in Arts Study in France 2017. OBJECTIFS Fournir aux étudiants de solides bases théoriques, en matière d’économie, de droit ou d’histoire du cinéma et de l’audiovisuel, qui leur permettront, au cours de leur future vie professionnelle, d’enrichir leur perception du métier et de faciliter la prise de décision. Intégrer les étudiants sur le marché du travail par le biais de stages, en les rendant immédiatement opérationnels et, par conséquent, attractifs pour les recruteurs du secteur. Ceci est d’autant plus important qu’il s’agit d’un secteur fonctionnant essentiellement par réseaux. DEBOUCHES PROFESSIONNELS L’objectif de la formation concerne à court terme les métiers de chargé ou assistant de production au sein d’une société de production de cinéma, assistant de programmation dans une grande chaîne hertzienne ou chargé d’études pour une autorité de régulation telle que le CSA. A terme, ils pourront envisager de travailler comme programmateur ou responsable marketing chez un distributeur de cinéma, responsable éditorial au sein d’une chaîne de télévision ou encore directeur des acquisitions pour un diffuseur, etc... PUBLICS CONCERNES Le Département des Hautes Etudes Cinématographiques s’adresse à des étudiants de niveau Bac+3, titulaires d’une Licence ou d’un diplôme de Grande Ecole, comme par exemple aux étudiants diplômés de l’ESRA. Les candidats doivent témoigner d’un intérêt marqué pour les professions du secteur cinématographique et audiovisuel. Ils devront fournir une lettre de motivation et un CV, et passer un entretien de motivation. [-]

Short Course - History of fashion

Istituto Marangoni
Campus June 2017 France Paris

On this course you will discover the key moments of the history of fashion, from the 18th century to the present day, with a dedicated session on the influence of Italian fashion in this time. Participants will discover how history, arts, culture [+]

On this course you will discover the key moments of the history of fashion, from the 18th century to the present day, with a dedicated session on the influence of Italian fashion in this time. Participants will discover how history, arts, culture and technology have influenced the creation of new silhouettes and new fashion behaviours. At the end of this course, students will have gained significant knowledge on the major fashion designers of the past 100 years, how the fashion system was developed, how fashion was illustrated and criticised. Topics such as sociology of fashion and concepts of gender and identity will be discussed. The course will include lectures using paintings, fashion illustrations, photography and films, talks from fashion curators as well as visits the most important museums in the city where the course takes place. Course themes week 1 Introduction to the history of dress and fashion. Dress in the 18th century: from Rococo to Neo-classicism. Fashion in the 19th century: from Romanticism to the Art Nouveau and the birth of Haute-Couture. 20th century: Ballets Russes, Paul Poiret, Japonism, WW1, Chambre Syndicale and the first fashion weeks. The 1920s: a new wardrobe for the post-war woman, Jean Patou, Gabrielle Chanel, Madeleine Vionnet, Avant-Garde and fashion. The 1930s: the bias cut silhouette, Hollywood glamour and Historicism. Fashion during WW2, Claire McCardell and the ‘American Casual’ style, and the post war development of Italian fashion. week 2 The 1950s: Dior’s romanticism versus the invention of modernity by Cristobal Balenciaga, youth culture and the Sala Bianca in Florence Italy. The 1960s: from the space age to the hippy movement, Cardin, Courreges, Mary Quant and the ready to wear in Europe with Italy poised to lead this into the success of made in Italy. The 1970s: fashion as self-expression, revivals, Punk. The 1980s: ostentation versus the post-Hiroshima look: YSL and the Japanese designers. The 1990s: luxury brands and minimalism. week 3 2000 to now: minimalism versus the BRIC. Technology and fashion. Fashion photography. Here participants will experience fashion in the fashion capital where they choose to undertake the course. With museum visits and the new iconic pieces found in the best boutiques in the city, participants will be able to put their knowledge to the test to recognise the influences of culture, art and history of the fashion today and the forecasts of the future trends. London - language: en - 17 aug 2015 - 04 sep 2015 Milano - language: en, it, pt - 29 jun 2015 - 17 jul 2015 - language: en, it - 07 sep 2015 - 25 sep 2015 Paris - language: en, pt - 20 jul 2015 - 07 aug 2015 [-]

French + Art

Elfe (Ecole de langue française)
Campus Full time 1 week September 2017 France Paris

The objective of this course is to enable students to communicate with greater confidence and accuracy in a variety of everyday situations. [+]

Best Courses in Arts Study in France 2017. French + Art 15 h of general French in mini-groups + 3 hours of artistic French in individual lessons + 1 museum visit (2 h 30) Objectives: To enable students to communicate with greater confidence and accuracy in a variety of everyday situations To improve their listening, speaking, reading and writing skills To learn different techniques of painting and drawing To practise the vocabulary of artistic French Minimum Level Required: Upper elementary (A2). Typical Student Profile: Young adults (from 16 years on) and adults (from 18 years on) Duration: 1 week or more. Course Start Date: Every Monday, all year round. Individual art course themes (as desired) Proportion and perspective Drawing theory Colour and paint Artistic expression Life drawing Nude studies Course Schedule: Monday: from 10h to 13h (group courses) followed by individual lessons and/or museum visit from 14h Tuesday to Friday: from 9h to 12h (group courses) followed by individual lessons and/or museum visit from 13h15 Course Structure: Intercultural mini-groups of between 3 and 7 students maximum in a classroom environment at Elfe's premises in the morning. Tailor made individual classes in the afternoon at our partner school Françoise Conte and a museum visit (Musée des Arts Décoratifs, The Louvre, Musée d'Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Musée d'Orsay, etc.) Evaluation: Students receive an end-of-course certificate. Terms and Conditions: Cancellations or postponements are not permitted once the week has started. There is no price reduction for the group courses if the week contains a national holiday: lessons are spread over 4 days. [-]

Art & luxury Management: The French Touch graduate program

IESA
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 France Paris

This 1-year program targets students with a Bachelor Honors completed (or equivalent) who wish to work in the art and luxury management sector with a focus on France and its cultural excellence. [+]

Art & luxury Management: The French Touch graduate program This 1-year program targets students with a Bachelor Honors completed (or equivalent) who wish to work in the art and luxury management sector with a focus on France and its cultural excellence. Taught in English, the program explore the themes of taste and luxury à la française from Louis XIV to present-day France (the French arts de la table, fashion, gemology, cosmetics and fragrances, interior design, furniture, art objects and design, scenery and décor, etc). Students develop the professional practices of various sectors of the field linked to these themes (luxury brand management; interior design; art advising; managing collections, antique shops or galleries, etc). Based in the heart of Paris, on the premises of the Institut d’Etudes Superieures des Arts, students are within easy access to all the major Parisian monuments as well as just a stone’s throw from the Louvre and the center of luxury trades. During their training in Paris, students benefit from the experience of specialists from many fields (museum curators, art historians, directors of major luxury groups, etc.) and visit major historical monuments, fashion houses, factories and workshops that represent the French Touch. This direct interaction with executives in the industry will allow students to build up a network of top professionals in the field and discover the savoir-faire of different sectors. CAREER PATH Antique dealer Gallerist Interior designer Executives in luxury brand management Art advisors Exhibition Curator CURRICULUM AT A GLANCE The year is made up of 3 terms: 2 terms of classes (Oct-Dec/ Jan-March) and a term of professional experience in the form of an internship (April-June). The first term ends with a group project to validate the term. During the last two terms, students will work on a personal project that they will be expected to present in front of a jury in validation of their diploma “Titre I”. Each trimester consists of 200 hours of classes spread out over a 10-week period. Courses are taught in English. Participants are attributed a mentor for personalized coaching as well as group methodology sessions to guide them in the conception and realization of their personal project. 1st Term: The history of art and style (17th -21st centuries), art law, the management of art objects and artistic projects, communication and the marketing of art and luxury goods, defining an artistic project (content, business plan, legal structure, communication, marketing), meeting with professionals in situ during visits and workshops. 2nd Term: e-communication and e-marketing of art and luxury products, negotiation of art objects, promotion of an artistic production, a brand or an artist, contemporary art and luxury, organizing an exhibit, the history of l’art de la table, the history of fashion and luxury products (fashion and accessories, wine and spirits, gastronomy, jewelry and watches, cosmetics and fragrances, niche brands), the history of interior design, meetings with professionals in situ for visits and workshops, methodology and follow up on personal projects. 3rd Term: full-time internship along with methodology sessions and personal projects. KEY FACTS THEME: Art & Luxury Management DURATION: 1 year TUITION FEES: 9 000 euros/year (4500 euros/semester) PROGRAM TYPE: Full-time program INTAKE: September or January LOCATION: Paris DEGREE: Graduate Program: Expert in Commercialization and Distribution of Art Objects; Titre 1 - Degree recognized by the State ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Some students are humanities majors but the courses are aimed at filling general requirements for non-humanity majors as well: - BA Honors completed - Good level of English: IELTS 5.5 - No minimum level of French [-]

Contemporary Art, Sales, Display, & Collecting graduate program

IESA
Campus Full time 10 months September 2017 France Paris

This 10-month program targets students with a Bachelor’s degree who are seeking management positions in the contemporary art market sector. [+]

Best Courses in Arts Study in France 2017. Contemporary Art, Sales, Display, & Collecting graduate program This 10-month program targets students with a Bachelor’s degree who are seeking management positions in the contemporary art market sector. Taught in English, this course specializes in the development of the European contemporary art market and other markets from the Second World War until today. The practices of this specific market will be analyzed within these historical, social, and economical frameworks. Based in the heart of Paris, on the premises of IESA Art & Culture, students are within easy access to all the major Parisian museums, auction houses and contemporary art galleries. Class visits to the most prominent contemporary art museums, galleries, and auction houses are organized to allow students to dialogue with curators, art historians, and allergists. Study trips to the major art fairs (Art Basel, Frieze Art Fair, Art 14) are an important element of the curriculum, allowing students to network with seasoned professionals in the art sector. CAREER PATH Gallerist Art Dealer Art Advisor Curator Art Critic CURRICULUM AT A GLANCE The program consists of 3 trimesters: 2 trimesters of classwork (Oct-Dec/ Jan-March) and a trimester dedicated to internships (April-June) allowing students to gain professional experience (Jan-March). During the last two trimesters, students will work on a personal project to be presented in front of a professional jury in order to validate the certificate. Each trimester contains 200 contact hours over a 10-week period. Courses are taught in English. Students are attributed a mentor for personalized coaching and will follow group methodology sessions to guide them in the research and development of their personal project. 1st trimester: The History of the Contemporary Art in Europe and United States; the Economics of the Contemporary Art Market; Art Law; Art and Project Management; Communication and the Marketing, Research, Development and Management of Artistic projects (content, business plan, legal structure, communication, marketing); visits and workshops with professionals. 2nd trimester: The Current and Future Art Markets, the History of Contemporary Art Outside of Europe; E-communication and E-marketing of Art and Luxury Products; Negotiating Sales of Art Objects; Promoting Artistic Projects, a Brand, Artists, and Contemporary Art and Luxury Products; Exhibition planning; Visits and Workshops with professionals; Methodology; mentoring sessions. 3rd trimester: Full-time internship, methodology sessions, sessions with mentor to follow up on personal projects. KEY FACTS THEME: Arts & Culture DURATION: 1 year / 1 semester TUITION FEES: 9 000 euros/year (4500 euros/semester) PROGRAM TYPE: Full time program INTAKE: October and Spring LOCATION: Paris DEGREE: Graduate Program: Expert in Sales and Distribution of Art Objects; Degree recognized by the State ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Some students are humanities majors but the courses are aimed at filling general requirements for non-humanity majors as well: - 4 years BA completed - Good level of English: IELTS 5.5 - No minimum level of French [-]