Master's Program in Art History in Italy

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Art History

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

The master in Art History encourages students and develops skills to understand the historical context of art works, to have a critical analysis, and be able to do interpretive reading of both works of art and academic texts.

Officially known as the Italian Republic, the country is found in southern Europe. The official language is Italian and the cultural rich capital is Rome. Many of the world's oldest universities are located in Italy, in particular the University of Bologna (founded in 1088). There are three Superior Graduate Schools with "university status", three institutes with the status of Doctoral Colleges, which function at graduate and post-graduate level.

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Contemporary Art Conservation - First Level Master

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Venice
Campus Full time 12 months March 2017 Italy Venice

The theme of the Contemporary Art Conservation is a crucial issue, now at the center of ongoing debates and controversies. The variety and originality of materials used, the ephemeral and the perishable nature of some works, the use of new media and to end the immateriality of some performances and happenings mean that it is a field in constant and rapid development in which specialists are lacking professionals who can deal with this enormous and priceless heritage. From this starting point and individual specificities of the two sites, Academy of Fine Arts Aldo Galli - IED Como and the European Institute of Design in Venice have formed a partnership that offers an ambitious project of Higher Education: Masters in Contemporary Art Conservation, a program centered on the theme of conservation of contemporary works of art and restoration of the materials used in its production. [+]

Best Masters in Art History in Italy 2017. THIS PROGRAM 'TAUGHT IN ENGLISH Who is The course is aimed at those who wish to acquire a theoretical and practical specific part of the contemporary conservation, both at work preserving level of work on it. While representing an asset, previous studies in fine arts academies and schools of restoration are not a prerequisite to be able to access the course. Structure and Methodology The goal of the Master in Contemporary Art Conservation is to outline a methodologically address to critically address the existing problems in the conservation field, including whether, how and when to intervene on the work. Organized in modules, the course is divided into two parts, held at the premises of Venice and Como, which will offer a unique opportunity to study and investigation by the intervention of professionals-teachers working in the field and the opportunity to visit and get to know museums and institutions of the most important in the world. Will be held at Venice IED courses related to the field of conservation, analyzing, after a historic-artistic introductory session, the critical issues and issues related to equipment, handling and preventive conservation of contemporary works of art. They will also address issues related to them, in order to develop specific skills related to the production of economic value, as an assistant to the cultural and symbolic typical of works of art. At the Academy of Fine Arts Aldo Galli - IED Como, it will be carried out the study related to the theme of the contemporary restoration, examining the evolution of the theory and the applied restoration techniques, the different methodological approaches and related issues new materials used by artists. The workshop part will also provide students with the tools to understand how and when to intervene on the work, such as the possible restoration techniques to be adopted. Complete the course the realization of specific training, on construction sites or in institutions with artistic purposes; the outcome of these placement periods can lead to the definition of a final thesis project connected on field experience. [-]

Master In Archaeology And History Of Art

University of Cagliari
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Cagliari

Graduates will be qualified to work at levels of high competence in museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutes engaged in research and enhancement of archaeological, historical and artistic ... [+]

Graduates will be qualified to work at levels of high competence in museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutes engaged in research and exploitation of the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage. final test characteristics The final examination for the award of the qualification in the exposition will consist of a written paper on a novel topic to be agreed with one of the teachers of the course. The report must have a contributory and non-compile-and will have to be longer than 2000 characters in 50 folders. Through discussion, the candidate will be able to demonstrate the specialized level of knowledge and skills acquired in the single discipline and within the subject area concerned, with attention to related areas. Skills required for access For access to the degree required a substantial initial preparation in possession of basic knowledge in the field of archeology, art history, history, laws of the Cultural Heritage and basic computer skills already acquired before the assessment of individual preparation, preferably through an undergraduate program in cultural heritage. In particular, students must have completed at least 12 credits in the field of historical disciplines; at least 12 credits in the field of ancient and medieval civilization; at least 60 credits within the disciplines relating to the historical archaeological and artistic heritage, archive and library, social anthropology and environmental; at least 6 credits in the context of the legislation and management of Cultural Heritage. For testing a multiple choice quiz testing is planned in a manner that will be appropriately defined in the academic regulations of the course of study. Title conferred degree in Archaeology and Art History Language / and official teaching, and assessment of the preparation ITALIAN Applying knowledge and understanding Graduates from the Master's degree course must have been formed in both new methods and techniques of archeology in both traditional and historical disciplines. Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge in the approach with unfamiliar issues included in wide-ranging contexts related to their field of study. They will know how to analyze and thoroughly reconstruct the historical and cultural dynamics in relation to production, tradition and promotion of sites and archaeological and historical artifacts, according to advanced methods from the point of view of scientific and technological innovation. Graduates in Archaeology will be able to use new and bibliographic data to interpret stratigraphic excavation, the living environments, worship and funeral, in relation to urban or rural settlements; classify artifacts from the typological point of view and chronological; categorize and file the archaeological material; survey the archaeological remains and to determine their membership in the different production areas and different artistic styles. The graduate in Art History will be able to use unpublished data and bibliographic data to interpret the different phases that contribute to the definition of art as a whole; classify artifacts from the technical and formal point of view, chronological and stylistic; categorize and file the art historical material; assess the impact and opportunities of the restoration work. Each may take action at the regional, national and international, and to take responsibility for management in person of a research project, or inclusion in a collective project, aimed not only to scientific knowledge, but also to the restoration and enhancement of masterpiece. As part of each course are planned seminars and workshop with the active participation of students and verifiable. Knowledge and understanding Graduates from the Master's degree course must have been formed in both new methods and techniques of archeology in both traditional and historical disciplines. Compared to the educational level of the three-year degree in Cultural Heritage, graduates will have acquired more in-depth knowledge and understanding related primarily to the definition of the historical context and material in relation to the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage, and the application of more advanced methods census, cataloging, analytical study, interpretation and comparison of the relevant contexts and artifacts. They will also be able to come up with original ideas in a research context and will give proof that those skills in the final exam graduation. Learning ability Learning skills will be estimated through intermediate, diversified checks according to the teaching type, which will allow to evaluate the correspondence between the estimated time and the actual time invested by students in relation to learning provided. The teaching will be set up to enhance the selective and comparative skills for the acquisition of a learning method. Verification of income will also be made through scheduled to run testing, comply with the procedures established by the academic regulations of the course. Graduates possess skills to specialist level and ability to learn useful not only at the entrance to the world of work but also to continue independently their training with a Master's Degree registration that relate to the cultural heritage, as well as to graduate schools in Archaeology or art History. You may also aspire to the continuation of the research process through participation in competitions for access to doctoral studies and for the awarding of contracts or university grants. The course provides the necessary skills, after passing the selection for entry to the active Internship Training (TFA) to a teaching degree in art history in high school. Making judgments Graduates will be aware of the peculiarities of the archaeological heritage and Mediterranean and European historical and artistic, with particular reference to Sardinia. Thanks to insights in the literature and in the field, may carry out comparisons between the Framework island and the wider national and international context. They will thus be able to integrate knowledge and formulate judgments, even on the basis of limited information, leading to innovative proposals for the specialist knowledge and the enhancement of cultural heritage, which also include a reflection on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of judgments and the knowledge acquired. communication skills Graduates will be able to clearly communicate with a popular and specialist level (for example, during debates and scientific meetings) in relation to the issues and problems of archeology and art history. It 'also able to chair the working groups and to use the specific conventions of scientific communication. Communication skills are also acquired through foreign language laboratories provided for law among the additional training activities. employment and career opportunities for graduates Officer of Museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutions, engaged in research and exploitation of the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage. Career opportunities and professional activities provided by the degree programs are in areas in which it will operate, with high responsibility, such as: institutions responsible for the conservation and enhancement of the archaeological heritage, as Superintendents and museums; organizations and units of study and research of archaeological heritage preservation, artistic, documentary and monumental in agencies and institutions, public and private (such as municipalities, provinces, regions, foundations); companies, cooperatives and other private groups can cooperate in all activities, from the excavation for public use, with the entities responsible for the protection of the archaeological heritage; publishing activities, the publications and other specialized media in the archaeological field. Skills associated with the function Officer of Museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutions, engaged in research and exploitation of the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage. Graduates from the Master's degree course must: - possess advanced skills both historical and methodological for the purposes of research and critical exegesis in the different areas and in different historical areas for the development of the arts (architecture, painting, sculpture, applied arts) from the Middle Ages to the present; - Theoretical knowledge and applied problems of conservation, management, promotion and enhancement of historical and artistic heritage and its institutions; - Having studied the particular issues relating to the history and preservation of a particular artistic sector; - To be able to fully use the main tools in the specific areas of competence and in particular with regard to the cataloging and documentation of historic and artistic heritage and their contexts; - Be able to be fluent in written and oral form, at least one European language besides Italian with reference to disciplinary vocabularies. Function in the context of work Officer of Museums, Superintendents, specialized libraries in Archaeology and Art History, local authorities and various institutions, engaged in research and exploitation of the archaeological, historical and artistic heritage. Graduates from the Master's degree course must have been formed in both new methods and techniques of archeology in both traditional and historical, philological and artistic. Graduates will then have: - advanced scientific skills, theoretical, methodological and operational related field of archeology and art history in the prehistoric and proto-historic, ancient and medieval, supported by knowledge of history and ancient written sources; - Expertise in the field of management, conservation and restoration of archaeological, artistic, documentary and monumental; - Skill in the use of IT tools and electronic communication in the specific areas of competence, with particular reference to significant transactions of monuments and archaeological sites, the classification of findings, image processing, computer management of scientific texts; - Ability to use fluently in written and oral form, at least one European language besides Italian with reference to disciplinary vocabularies. Description specific educational goals The individual learning activities of the course is assigned a number of credits based on the estimated time it takes an average student to perform the required tasks and achieve the expected learning outcomes. Graduates of the degree course in Archaeology interclass or Art History acquire specialist level knowledge falling into common areas or specific of the two Master's Degrees. In particular acquire skills in the restoration of cultural heritage and perfect knowledge previously acquired in archeology and history of Greek and Roman history, and archeology and medieval Christian. Compared to the specificity of the two courses, he graduates in Archaeology also perfect knowledge previously gained in paleontology, prehistoric archeology and proto, Phoenician archeology, language, literature and Greek philology, Latin epigraphy and Roman history, and acquire skills in ancient Christian literature. This knowledge will be acquired by attending the lectures, the excavations and laboratories relating to SSD L-ANT / 03, L-ANT / 01, L-ANT / 07, L-ANT / 08, BIO / 08, BIO / 01 , L-OR / 06, CHIM / 12, L-LIN / 02, M-STO / 08, M-STO / 09. The graduate in Art History perfects also previously acquired knowledge in the field of medieval art history, modern and contemporary, and palaeography and diplomatic, and acquire skills in aesthetics and medieval and humanistic Latin literature. This knowledge will be acquired by attending the lectures and workshops relating to SSD L-ART / 01, L-ART / 02, L-ART / 03, L-ART / 04, M-FIL / 04, L-FILTER LET / 08, M-STO / 09. Thanks to the in-depth level of knowledge of history, archeology and art history, from the point of view of the contents of both methods of study, graduates are able to use the acquired skills to plan and carry out research projects at the regional, national and international possibly thanks to the experience of studying abroad gained at EU universities under the Socrates-Erasmus program. To acquire these skills the graduate completes a training program which includes taking examinations and frequency (not mandatory) of lectures, supplemented by functional activities to practice in the archaeological field and / or art-historical (excavations, restoration workshops of the artifacts , cataloging, training, etc.). [-]

Master Program in Restoration of Paintings

Accademia Riaci
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Italy Florence

The Master in Restoration of Paintings course structure of the curriculum provides students with simultaneous instruction in the department’s paintings, paper, and objects specialties as well as in their various subspecialties including ethnographic and archaeological materials. [+]

Master Program in Restoration of Paintings

Taught in Italian or English

 

Through lecture, studio, and laboratory classes, the students in Master Program at Accademia Riaci concentrate on: The identification of traditional and modern materials and fabrication techniques, the assessment and documentation of the physical condition and the nature and extent of deterioration of the artifact, the measures, which can be taken to prevent damage to the artifact during storage, display, and shipping, the wide variety of techniques and materials employed in the conservation of artifacts, the physical, aesthetic, and pragmatic factors that govern the selection of conservation treatment, the application of physical and chemical principles, as well as scientific methodology to conservation and preservation problems.... [-]