Learning outcomes

The aim of the study courses to obtain the first level Degree of the School of Sculpture is to provide the artistic skills required by qualified professionals who, taking account of the diversity of the languages and innovations in techniques, can pursue individual research in sculpture linked to the traditional techniques and their formulation in the context of experimenting with new expressive languages.

Graduates of the School’s degree courses must:

1) possess sufficient technical-operational mastery of the methods and contents regarding the research sectors in their various artistic fields, the techniques and technologies of sculpture;
2) possess methodological and critical instruments sufficient for the acquisition of expertise in the expressive languages, techniques and the most advanced respective technologies;
3) be able to effectively use the English language, in addition to the mother tongue, in the specific area of expertise and to exchange general information;
4) possess adequate expertise and instruments in order to communicate and manage information, especially with IT instruments.

Employment prospects

Graduates of the School will conduct professional activities in various fields, both as freelance artists and in the field of the visual arts and creative activities, as well as collaborating, in relation to the various fields of application, in the planning, design and implementation of the specific methods of sculpture, both with traditional tools and new technologies, in addition to the new linguistic expressions that may be encountered at national and international exhibitions.
The Academy will organise, in agreement with public and private organisation, the most appropriate internships and work placements in order to attain the specific professional skills, in addition to defining specific training models for each study course.

Study plan