fashion design  and multimedia arts: multiledia arts track

Tutor

Tutor

Carmelo Marabello

 

Learning venue

Dorsoduro 1827, Magazzino 6 e Magazzino 7

Dorsoduro 2206, Terese

 

Contacts

segreteria.corsidistudio@iuav.it

 

 

 

 

If you wish to work in the field of visual arts, Iuav offers a method and a study plan that is one of its kind in Italy, based on the constant interplay of theory and practice

If you wish to work in the field of visual arts, Iuav offers a method and a study plan that is one of its kind in Italy, based on the constant interplay of theory and practice.

The three-year Undergraduate Degree Programme in Multimedia Arts will bring students in contact with coordinated technical skills and techniques within the expressive languages of the visual arts, multimedia, and various other forms of art. Workshops — held by acclaimed Italian and international professionals and artistsintend to stimulate the creation of the students’ first personal or collective work. Students will have access to dedicated and equipped spaces, as well as to support labs (photographic, multimedia and pattern making) for any necessary material to complete their projects. 

 

Collaborations

Iuav has many active collaborations, with institutions such as: La Biennale di Venezia, La Triennale di Torino, Palazzo Grassi, Fondazione Spinola Banna, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Castello di Rivoli and international art exhibitions such as Documenta e Manifesta.

 

Artists

Various artists have held Visual Art classes at Iuav:

Stefano Arienti, Maja Bajevic, Lewis Baltz, Carlos Basualdo, Francesco Bonami, Tania Bruguera, Jimmie Durham, Olafur Eliasson, Renč Gabri, Alberto Garutti, Guido Guidi, Runa Islam, Mona Hatoum, Cornelia Lauf, Armin Linke, Joseph Kosuth, Marta Kuzma, Gloria Moure, Antoni Muntadas, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Adrian Paci, Giulio Paolini, Cesare Pietroiusti, Marjetica Potrc, Pierre Rosenberg, Remo Salvadori, Lewis Baltz, Tobias Rehberger, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Grazia Toderi, Francesco Vezzoli, Benjamin Weil.

 

Professional profile

At the end of the three-year programme, graduates may work within companies, design studios, creative industries, specialised publishing, manufacturing companies in the fashion and art industry, and public or private institutions, such as museums, galleries, video and multimedia centres, or documentation and archive centres. They may also work as assistant curators for exhibitions, art exhibitions and productions, as well as for museums and art galleries. Finally, they may work as: assistant directors, set designers, sound designers, and editors; as assistants in planning, production and post-production; and as assistant photographers and in audio-video-cinematographic editing.