IED – Master in Arts Management
Beginning February 2012, this innovative course takes place in Venice, Florence and Rome, lasting 18 months. Main partners will be the Peggy Guggenheim Collection and Palazzo Strozzi
Guest professor for the inaugural address will be screenwriter and Oscar winner Vincenzo Cerami
Three great Italian cities of art, three leading cultural institutions as partners, three modules, for an 18-month full-immersion course in the planning, organization and management of arts and cultural events: these are the components of the new Master in Arts Management offered by IED | Istituto Europeo di Design. Thanks to its traveling feature, the Master is unique in Italy. Set in Venice, Florence and Rome, it will lead students on a contemporary Grand Tour combining education and art, with its prime focus on career development. Geared to providing graduates and professionals world over with high-quality and multidisciplinary training, IED’s Master Professional in Arts Management will be taught in English. The course will launch in February 2012 with a major event: an inaugural lecture by Vincenzo Cerami, author, screenwriter and winner of an Oscar Academy Award for the movie La vita è bella (Life is Beautiful) by Roberto Benigni.
The strength of the Master is its partnership with leading cultural institutions: the Peggy Guggenheim Collection (Venice) and the Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi (Florence) that – in true IED style – will secure for students highly skilled teachers and an experience in the field which is unique in the world. Other names of proven excellence are associated with the course: Aldo Colonnetti, philosopher, art critic and editor of the review Ottagono, is academic director.
Three seats, three cities, three projects: the Master in Arts Management is divided into three operating modules, each characterized by a different course of study according to the city in which it is held, with an examination and a final project: Cultural Management (Venice, from February 2012 to July 2012), Event Planning (Florence, from September 2012 to February 2013), Art Direction (Rome, from March 2013 to July 2013).
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