The study and practice of curatorial studies through the philosophical analysis of the concept of the contemporary from a ‘Mediterranean’ perspective.
The master’s course is partly in presence and partly online, combining lectures, individual studying, teamwork, fieldwork and research.
It lasts 12 months and is divided into three phases:
The first being a theoretical part with immersive courses of 130 hours, accessible in blended learning mode (online and/or in-presence).
This is followed by an itinerant phase with visits to partner companies and site-specific experiences.
Finally concluding with a project phase that combines a training internship at one of the master’s partners (or a company of the student’s choice) and the development of the final project (a curatorial output).
The master also includes a series of masterclasses and meetings with professionals from the world of contemporary arts, fashion, design, visual studies and architecture.
The master’s course is held in English apart from exceptional cases.