IED Diploma in Fine Arts.
The IED Diploma in Fine Arts turns the student into an artist 3.0 and 360º, with training based on developing projects in diverse areas of plastic and visual arts.
The hybridisation between disciplines has been introduced in a training programme that covers, from an academic perspective, but one which is connected to the context of today's professional world, formats, media, and what is to come.
And all of this in a creative and stimulating space that is connected to the most cutting-edge art and design. A programme for experimenting with technology and every material. Students will work with techniques and concepts that cover 3D sculpture, video creation, installation design, expanded painting, body and space and contemporary drawing.
With its mixed format, this degree will allow all students to learn, participate and be part of the IED community in person, in physical and virtual classrooms, and remotely.
Este curso también se imparte en español: Diploma IED en Bellas Artes.
Duration: 3 Years
ARTISTIC LANGUAGES AND MEDIA (STUDIO PRACTICE)
Gaining in-depth knowledge of the different artistic languages (painting, sculpture, contemporary drawing, video creation, performance and new media) as well as media, understanding the possibilities of materials and technologies applied to artistic creation.
ART RESEARCH AND THEORY (CRITICAL STUDIES)
Studying the different methodologies of research in and through art. Analysing the history of art as part of the history of our societies. Gaining in-depth knowledge of the theory of art in order to provide a solid discourse to the artist.
MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL SECTOR (PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE)
Providing specific tools for the artist’s professionalisation: organisation of the work, presentation of the professional history, as well as management and dissemination of the artistic production.
Accademia di Belle Arti Aldo Galli - IED Network.
Imparare a fare e progettare Per tutte le professioni a cui IED prepara, l’applicazione concreta è imprescindibile. È quello che gli anglosassoni chiamano “learning by doing”, imparare facendo.
Le numerose attività di laboratorio e una partecipazione regolare alle lezioni garantiscono una ottima traduzione della formazione in competenza.