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The Master course in Arts Management is a grand tour in art featuring a unique itinerant formula that brings students in three art capitals: Florence, Venice and Rome. In these cities, art merges with several business realities, allowing the acquisition of wide-ranging skills and competences they can use in different fields. Participants have the chance to spend one intensive week at IED Venezia, getting in touch with one of the most renowned art institution, such as the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
A special focus is put on the organization of events, as at the end of each module students have to design and manage an event related to art and culture. The Master course in Arts Management builds a central figure for the life of cultural institutions who deals with art
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This study path is opened to graduates in humanities and artistic fields coming from all over the world who want to develop their artistic knowledge through a study-tour that touches the main Italian artistic cities. Participants will complete their educational pathway studying subjects and institutions related to the management of the artistic and cultural world.
I decided to enroll in the IED Master in Arts Management because after my university studies I needed to have a more modern approach in arts and cultural heritage management. The IED has given me the possibility to meet many professionals that actively work in art management and their experience has led me to a personal and professional growth; moreover these experiences will allow me to have a less scholastic approach t this subject. The Master took place in several IED locations: Florence, Venice,Rome, where I discovered various excellence reality and I touched closely different areas of the Arts management world
I studied at IED Florence as second stage of the Master of Arts Management. The 18 months program included 3 semesters, each in one of the most beautiful art city in Italy: Venice, Florence and Rome. After studying cultural Heritage, got a Master in History of contemporary arts, I had internship and working experiences into museums and cultural institutions but I always felt there was something missing. That's the reason why I wanted to follow the Arts Management route, this is what our Italian institutions need to function and improve: combination of Arts & Culture knowledge together with managerial and communication tools.
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