Arts studies incorporate the history, culture, and practice of a variety of different art forms. Examples of topic areas include sculpture, film, painting, musical instruments, theater, and photography. Programs often combine classroom learning with hands-on work.
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.
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....
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.
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
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...