1st Cycle Degree/Bachelor in Drama, Art and Music Studies

Degree programme

Programme type 1st Cycle Degree/Bachelor
Academic Year 2018/2019
Code 0956
Degree Programme Class L-3 - Visual arts, music, performing arts and fashion studies
Years in which the programme is being held I, II, III
Type of access Open access with assessment of basic knowledge
Place of teaching Bologna
Degree Programme Director Elisabetta Pasquini
Language Italian

Programme profile

The general objective of the programme is to provide basic training in the field of visual arts, cinema, music, theatre and media culture generally.
At the end of the programme, students are able to use historical, critical and analytical skills applied to the reference languages of these disciplinary fields.
They will therefore be able to apply techniques for collecting and processing empirical data, and handle communication and information management tools. They will also be able to use at least one other European Union language fluently, both in written form and orally.
The programme sets out to train three basic professional figures: cultural operator in various fields involving the management of the artistic, cinematographic and musical heritage; operators working in the design, organisation and management of artistic events and entertainment in the visual arts, cinema, music and theatre; supplier of contents for the cultural industry, publishing, television and multimedia sectors.
The curriculum includes some compulsory course units in basic humanities (literature, history, philosophy, foreign languages). Other mandatory course units cover specific learning areas (art, cinema, theatre, music) fostering strong historical knowledge of the art system as a whole. The programme is completed with a wide range of elective course units, allowing students to specialise their own learning path.

Access to further study

It gives access to second cycle studies (laurea specialistica/magistrale) and master universitario di primo livello.

Career opportunities

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE:
Cultural project planning and implementation assistant (in the fields of art, music, cinema)

ROLE IN A PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT:
Works and participates in planning and implementing events in visual arts, theatre production, music, cinema and multimedia contexts.

The professional figure:
- handles the various preparatory, planning and execution stages involved in producing visual arts, music, theatre, cinema and multimedia events
- collaborates and participates in the documentation and research activities involved in preparing for the events in question, gathering bibliographic information and iconographic and multimedia contributions.

SKILLS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ROLE:
The professional figure:
- is able to collaborate in planning art, music, theatre, cinema and multimedia events
- is able to participate in producing shows in the aforementioned contexts
- has skills in the fields of conservation, documentation and researching artistic materials, both in traditional hard copy and in multimedia format.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Public and private bodies that produce, organise and distribute art, music, cinema and multimedia events in general.
- art, cinema, theatre and music institutes
- libraries, multimedia libraries, archives and museums
- industry festivals, art companies
- public and private radio and television stations.


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE:
Cultural didactic agent (in art, music and cinema contexts)


ROLE IN A PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT:
Involved in planning and implementing cultural-didactic projects in the fields of music, theatre, cinema and figurative arts.

The professional figure:
- undertakes facilitation activities and projects focusing on relationality and knowledge of different expressive languages (in the fields of art, cinema, music, theatre and multimedia);
- undertakes projects aimed at dissemination, engagement and education referring to art and media cultures.

SKILLS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ROLE:
The professional figure:
- can plan and implement facilitation projects using different expressive languages (in the fields of art, cinema, music, theatre)
- can propose content aimed at dissemination, engagement and education referred to theatre, cinema and music culture.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
- museum education departments, film libraries and cultural institutes in general
- cultural and recreation associations
- schools and community groups.


PROFESSIONAL PROFILE:
Author of informational texts on art, music and cinema content, and editing collaborator

ROLE IN A PROFESSIONAL CONTEXT:
Provides content to the cultural industry, the publishing world (in the strict sense of the term) and to the television and multimedia industries.

The professional figure:
- curates specialist editorial pages;
- prepares informational and promotional material on works, shows, performances and events;
- prepares critical and explanatory texts relating to products in the various arts industries.

SKILLS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ROLE:
The professional figure:
- can research and propose specialist content in various arts disciplines
- can prepare informational and promotional material relating to music, theatre, cinema and the figurative arts, in both traditional hard copy and using multimedia tools.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
- industry-specific publishing and editing of specialist journals and magazines (including in multimedia format)
- press offices for art, cinema, theatre and music institutes
- public and private radio and television, WEB.