Public Monumental Sculpture
Monumental sculptor, visual artist, environmental artist
Characteristics of the course of study
The course aims to ensure a decisive strengthening of the language and artistic experiences in the sculptural representation field, by means of the consistent development of skills related to the management of the three dimensional work of art, by operating with different materials and technologies, from marble to iron, from terra-cotta to wood. The implementation activities of the school are managed by well-known artists of the sector and are organized in close reference to the concrete dynamics of artistic experimentation, in synergy with public institutions, museums, galleries, art awards and aim at developing individual research inclinations within the main sectors of contemporary monumental sculpting: installations, plastic forms, specific art site, and virtual systems. The II level degree graduate is therefore, able to move autonomously in the artistic experimentation dominion, directed also in remodeling public areas, museum, urban and landscape environments for introducing an evaluating reconfiguration modality of the aesthetic experience to the public.
- Sculpture I (biennium) (10 CFA)
- Theory of perception and psychology of the form B (6 CFA)
- Sculpture techniques (decoration-sculpture) (10 CFA)
- Techniques for marble and hard stones I (biennium) (12 CFA)
- Art system (biennium) (6 CFA)
- Art Anthropology (6 CFA)
- Sculpture II (biennium) (16 CFA)
- Foundry techniques (10 CFA)
- Thesis (12 CFA)
monumental sculptor, visual artist, environmental artist
The outbound professional figure is an artist, with a great attitude for the research, consciously buried in the contemporary art system. Besides having the possibility to participate to research projects in the visual and public art branch, the graduate, will acquire basic competences to be spent on professional level, to continue managing the public and private commitments, the relationship between galleries and curators.