Art Communication and Didactics

COMMUNICATION AND DIDACTICS DEPARTMENT

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museum education expert, designer of artistic communication, support to curator of exhibitions and events, head of communication of the cultural event

The second level diploma in art communication and didactics, aims to increase the knowledges and skills already achieved during the first level course in didactics, with the purpose to acquire a broader and more established cultural vision, according to a planning ability in situations that are faced with continuous social-cultural changes. This planning ability focuses itself on the communication strategies for the art product, routing the audience to fully grasp the dense symbolic value and the complex critique ambit of the works of art. Thus expanding on one hand, the knowledge of the local complex museum world, aiming at enhancing specific cultural identities and acquiring, on the other hand, the work method to move oneself in the international level within the articulated "Art System" (galleries, auctions, private collections, foundations, etc.). The outgoing professional figure is an expert in the museum didactics and communication designer with a particular attention to the usage of multimedia technologies. This expert is able to create, plan and coordinate museum didactics paths, private and public artistic and cultural events. He/She is also able to realize and coordinate didactics laboratories also using multimedia resources. Graduated students, will be able to work in professional activities in different ambits (both public and private) as experts able to operate independently, with a specific attention to the communication aspects, in different cultural heritage ambits, both for the curatorship of artistic events or in the organization of local nets or museum systems.

Aimes of the course

The second level diploma in art communication and didactics, aims to increase the knowledges and skills already achieved during the first level course in didactics, with the purpose to acquire a broader and more established cultural vision, according to a planning ability in situations that are faced with continuous social-cultural changes. This planning ability focuses itself on the communication strategies for the art product, routing the audience to fully grasp the dense symbolic value and the complex critique ambit of the works of art. Thus expanding on one hand, the knowledge of the local complex museum world, aiming at enhancing specific cultural identities and acquiring, on the other hand, the work method to move oneself in the international level within the articulated "Art System" (galleries, auctions, private collections, foundations, etc.).

Subjects
  • Art Anthropology (6 CFA)
  • Design methods of visual communication (6 CFA)
  • Multimedia Programming (didactics biennium) (8 CFA)
  • Artistic language didactics (6 CFA)
  • Educational technology (4 CFA)
  • Multimedia didactics (6 CFA)
  • Digital applications for art (10 CFA)
  • Communication methods and techniques (6 CFA)
  • English I (didactics) (2 CFA)
  • Art management (6 CFA)
Teachers
vinz-specchio.jpg Beschi Vinz
DSC_4791.jpg Bignotti Ilaria
me_quad.jpg Follini Francesca
Galbiati Matteo
iooooo.jpg Gatti Damiana
A_Mancassola.jpg Mancassola Alessandro
13320584_10207998525593085_739412492884795989_o.jpg Manzoni Ilaria
Modena.jpg Modena Elisabetta
FOTO GIANNI NICOLI.jpg Nicolì Giovanni
Pat2014.jpg Peterlini Patrizio
IMG_0900.JPG Picozzi Valentino
Roverato_Lorenza2.jpg Roverato Lorenza
Giacomo Scanzi.JPG Scanzi Giacomo
IMG_20170224_084503 - Copia (2).jpg Soldi Manuela
Tacchino Claudia
the pavoncella street.jpg Tessarolo Monica
DSC_0798.JPG Vigo Angelo