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Arts studies incorporates a variety of art forms, including film, visual art, music, and theater. Some art programs will focus on one specific area while others will give students an overall education of the arts.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Accademia Riaci

You will start learning from basics of oil painting, watercolor, fresco and other techniques to extend your learning to space structure and understandings of shading, com ... [+]

You will start learning from basics of oil painting, water –color, fresco and other techniques to extend your learning to space structure and understandings of shading, composition, including lectures on art history in order to study Italian art and outdoor drawing, participants will learn both traditional techniques and modern techniques. For those who will take two months course, you will learn techniques that can be only mastered in Italy in more thorough fashion. You will feel only Florence will make your environment possible for you to come up with such an inspiration.

Instructors

Our instructors are active in modern art and have very strong insights into traditional painting and have very strong background not only on basic techniques, but also on Fresco and traditional techniques. Their artistic talent is no need to mention, but also they excel in instructing students in exciting manner and are brimmed with artistic power of Italy. We believe these classes can imbue professional artists with strong sense of artistic power.... [-]

Italy Florence
October 2019
Part-time
2 - 12 weeks
Campus
Accademia Riaci

In this course, many artworks in the history of Italy and Europe will be studied; including those that can be visited actually in Florence. ... [+]

In this course, many art works in the history of Italy and Europe will be studied; including those that can be visited actually in Florence.

Lesson Schedule

Week - Date - Curriculum

Week 1 May 8 – 12 Pre-history, Etruscan Art Week 2 May 15 – 19 Roman Art Week 3 May 22 – 26 Medieval Art Week 4 May 29 – June 2 Renaissance I Week 5 June 5 – 9 Renaissance II Week 6 June 12 – 16 Renaissance III Week 7 June 19 – 23 Renaissance IV Week 8 June 26 – 30 Renaissance V Week 9 July 3 – 7 Renaissance VI Week 10 July 10 – 14 Baroque and Rococo Week 11 July 17 – 21 Neo-classical and 19C Art Week 12 July 24 – 28 Modern Art & Contemporary Art 2 weeks

Tuition Fee + Accommodation, etc.: €1,350... [-]

Italy Florence
October 2019
Part-time
2 - 12 weeks
Campus
Palazzo Spinelli Group

The Masters aims to train professionals capable of understanding the issues and possible sustainable promotion of Cultural Heritage. At the same time, be able to make app ... [+]

The Masters aims to train professionals capable of understanding the issues and possible sustainable promotion of Cultural Heritage. At the same time, be able to make appropriate use of advanced digital technologies applicable to the system and the museum aimed at realisation of communication processes and enhancement.

Context

In the current society, the concept of cultural heritage has been involved in an important process of evolution. It now includes ever-increasing physical and intangible aspects. ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and computer systems development has opened the possibility of knowledge being transmissible once unimaginable for example: virtual art exhibitions, 3D reconstructions of historical places, cultural heritage databases and much more. Despite this, too often this potential remains unexpressed and it still does not reach the public as it should and could.... [-]

Italy Florence
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Italian
Full-time
1500 hours
Campus
Palazzo Spinelli Group

The main task of this Masters is to provide the required knowledge and skills to prepare and organize exhibitions and art events and to programme cultural events in all t ... [+]

The main task of this Masters is to provide the required knowledge and skills to prepare and organize exhibitions and art events and to programme cultural events in all their steps from the first drafting to the management of the technical organisation aspects such as the co-ordination of human resources and collaborators.

Context

The management of art and cultural events is a rapidly growing field within the service sector not only for its recreational qualities, but also for its power of communication and for its relationship with cultural heritage stakeholders. In order to create some more innovative and appealing events, applicants are expected to develop new and advanced skills in terms of marketing, communication and management strategies and to deepen their knowledge in the fields of History of Art, Museology, Museography and Fund Raising.... [-]

Italy Florence
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Italian
Full-time
1500 hours
Campus
Palazzo Spinelli Group

The course issues the qualification of Technician in Restoration of Cultural Heritage (Collaborator Restorer) in the sector of restoration of stone and its derivatives an ... [+]

The course issues the qualification of Technician in Restoration of Cultural Heritage (Collaborator Restorer) in the sector of restoration of stone and its derivatives and mosaics. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work.

Context

Italy is known for its extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage with a network of five thousand museum and archaeological sites and 49 UNESCO “outstanding universal value” sites. These monuments, churches and museums attract tourists that generate about 10 billion euros per year. Our heritage sites are testimony to western culture/civilisation as well as being an extraordinary resource for the country's economy.

Promoting our cultural heritage has led to huge investment in conservation and restoration. The sector, therefore, needs professionals who have comprehensive training in art history (and humanities), technological-scientific subjects and excellent working skills.... [-]

Italy Florence
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Italian
Full-time
3 years
Campus
Palazzo Spinelli Group

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of restoration of paper. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work. ... [+]

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of restoration of paper. Over 60% of the three-year program is practical work.

Italy is known for its extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage with a network of five thousand museum and archaeological sites and 49 UNESCO “outstanding universal value” sites. These monuments, churches and museums attract tourists that generate about 10 billion euros per year. Our heritage sites are testimony to western culture/civilization as well as being an extraordinary resource for the country's economy.

Promoting our cultural heritage has led to huge investment in conservation and restoration. The sector, therefore, needs professionals who have comprehensive training in art history (and humanities), technological-scientific subjects and excellent working skills.... [-]

Italy Florence
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Italian
Full-time
3 years
Campus
Palazzo Spinelli Group

The course issues the qualification of Technician in Restoration of Cultural Heritage (Collaborator Restorer) in the sector of restoration of ceramics and glass. Over 60% ... [+]

The course issues the qualification of Technician in Restoration of Cultural Heritage (Collaborator Restorer) in the sector of restoration of ceramics and glass. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work.

Italy is known for its extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage with a network of five thousand museum and archaeological sites and 49 UNESCO “outstanding universal value” sites. These monuments, churches and museums attract tourists that generate about 10 billion euros per year. Our heritage sites are testimony to western culture/civilisation as well as being an extraordinary resource for the country's economy.

Promoting our cultural heritage has led to huge investment in conservation and restoration. The sector, therefore, needs professionals who have comprehensive training in art history (and humanities), technological-scientific subjects and excellent working skills.... [-]

Italy Florence
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Italian
Full-time
3 years
Campus
Palazzo Spinelli Group

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of the restoration of frescoes. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work. ... [+]

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of restoration of frescoes. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work.

Italy is known for its extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage with a network of five thousand museum and archaeological sites and 49 UNESCO “outstanding universal value” sites. These monuments, churches and museums attract tourists that generate about 10 billion euros per year. Our heritage sites are testimony to western culture/civilisation as well as being an extraordinary resource for the country's economy.

Promoting our cultural heritage has led to huge investment in conservation and restoration. The sector, therefore, needs professionals who have comprehensive training in art history (and humanities), technological-scientific subjects and excellent working skills.... [-]

Italy Florence
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Italian
Full-time
3 years
Campus
Palazzo Spinelli Group

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of the restoration of paintings. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work. ... [+]

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of restoration of paintings. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work.

Context

Italy is known for its extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage with a network of five thousand museum and archaeological sites and 49 UNESCO “outstanding universal value” sites. These monuments, churches and museums attract tourists that generate about 10 billion euros per year. Our heritage sites are testimony to western culture/civilisation as well as being an extraordinary resource for the country's economy.

Promoting our cultural heritage has led to huge investment in conservation and restoration. The sector, therefore, needs professionals who have comprehensive training in art history (and humanities), technological-scientific subjects and excellent working skills.... [-]

Italy Florence
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Italian
Full-time
3 years
Campus
American College of Norway

Students will explore the psychology of creativity by engaging in opportunities within STEAM – an interdisciplinary, holistic, and creative approach to learning within th ... [+]

Please be aware, you must enroll as a full time student at The American College of Norway and that means that you must study 5 of our courses (Totaling 15 credit). We will communicate with you to discuss which of our other courses you would like to include.

Students will explore the psychology of creativity by engaging in opportunities within STEAM – an interdisciplinary, holistic, and creative approach to learning within the STEM disciplines.

Through an open-ended and collaborative class structure, students will explore and tinker with a variety of materials to access knowledge within STEM including basic electronics, principles of sound and the engineering design process. ... [-]

Norway Moss
January 2020
Full-time
1 year
Campus
Kensington and Chelsea College

This 5 week course is for learners wanting to further develop their 2D Vectorworks skills. You should have successfully completed the course in Intermediate Vectorworks a ... [+]

The following Art & Design Courses are for students wishing to undertake a substantial programme of study in one of the above disciplines. When applying, students need to select which specialist area they wish to study.

Whatever you choose; Pottery, Sculptural Ceramics, Jewellery, Silversmithing, Interior Design, Multimedia, Stained or Kiln formed Glass, you will find our courses challenging and empowering. We will help you start at the level of course that is right for you and enable you to progress onto the next stage and into work or higher education. On all courses, projects are designed to mirror the industry and take you through the design process while you develop a high level of skill and professional practice. You will benefit from our prestigious team of lecturing staff.... [-]

United Kingdom London
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Part-time
5 weeks
Campus
European School of Economics

The ESE Professional Programme on Arts and Culture Management at the European School of Economics in Florence is designed to create innovative leaders within the visual a ... [+]

The ESE Professional Programme on Arts and Culture Management at the European School of Economics in Florence is designed to create innovative leaders within the visual arts and culture field. Upon the completion of the course, students will have the opportunity to enter the pathway of the international art world within, for example, the museum environment and the art market. The programme combines rigorous coursework taught by professional docents and valuable on-site learning opportunities, in order to distinguish students within the public, private and nonprofit arts environment.

Key Features of the Arts & Culture Management Three intakes per academic year January, April and September 3 Months + 3 Months (Optional) Internship 4 Modules: Each module requires 3 in-class hours per week, for a total of 12 /15 weekly hours (Monday-Friday) Course Assessment: Group Project and Presentation ESE’s competitive Internship Programme providing international work experience in the sector of specialization Compact class sizes which help faculty cultivate a mentor relationship with students and provide the individual attention needed to discover their special skills and succeed in their chosen pathway What makes ESE a great place for students? A personal and tailored learning experience - at ESE you get an individual and exciting experience thanks to the small class size and excellent student/teacher ratio “The Dream is the most real thing there is” – ESE students develop a unique academic and professional pathway through their selected course specialisation and internship placement Pragmatism – hands-on experience in contemporary business practice through the comprehensive... [-]
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Full-time
Part-time
3 months
Campus
European Cultural Academy

The workshop raises the relevance of a place specific approach, where Venice genius loci drives the construction of inventive scenarios and architectural interventions. ... [+]

CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE - RELEVANCE OF SITE-SPECIFIC APPROACH

DATES: JULY 8 - 20, 2019

About the course

The course focuses on the relevancy of Venice relation to nature in the construction of a project for a lagoon city.

Both territorial and architectural physical materiality and metabolic systems of Venice are confronted simultaneously, to foster new design interpretations and possibilities for the programming and activation of sites in the city.

Who can apply?

Architecture & Urban planning professionals Students Designers Social Scientists Artists No prior experience required

N.B. ECA is a non-credit, non-degree professional program. University students will only get credits if their university has a partnership with ECA.... [-]

Italy Venice
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Full-time
2 weeks
Campus
IES Abroad

In our Art History & Fashion Program, you can choose from a series of courses on Art History (from Ancient to Baroque), Conservation, and so much more. ... [+]

Why Rome?

When you think about art or fashion, you think about Rome and Italy. From the massive advances achieved by the Roman Empire in art and architecture, through the works of the Italian Renaissance of the 15th century (think Michelangelo and Raphael) to today— with striking modern architecture by Renzo Piano and forward-looking fashions by Fendi, Gattinoni, Brioni, and the other houses based here—Rome has, very literally, millennia of artistic and architectural treasures, triumphs, and trends to study.

What You'll Study

In our Art History & Fashion Program, you can choose from a series of courses on Art History (from Ancient to Baroque), Conservation, and so much more. You also have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take fashion-related courses (including design and styling) at the Accademia di Costume e Moda, one of the best-known Fashion Academies in Rome, or take art classes at the Rome University of Fine Arts (RUFA).... [-]

Italy Rome
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Full-time
1 - 2 semesters
Campus
IES Abroad

Sharpen your photographic eye in the beginner or advanced courses at the Studio Vermès, where you’ll use the city of Paris to capture images around a given t ... [+]

Why Paris?

Calling Paris a capital for the visual and performing arts is a massive understatement. Monet, Renoir, Degas, Matisse… The list of artists and photographers who have worked in Paris is nearly endless. Then there are the musicians who have called Paris home, such as Édith Piaf, Django Reinhardt, Sydney Bechet, and so many more.

Museums? How about the Louvre, the Pompidou Center, the Museum d’Orsay, and dozens of others. Paris is truly a great city to discover, appreciate, and study nearly any artistic pursuit.

The Studio Art, Dance & Music Program offers you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to concentrate on and advance your skills in art—painting, drawing, photography, music, or dance—at one of four prestigious institutions in Paris, one of the world’s major artistic centers.... [-]

France Paris
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Full-time
1 - 2 semesters
Campus