Online Course in Arts in Italy

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Officially known as the Italian Republic, the country is found in southern Europe. The official language is Italian and the cultural rich capital is Rome. Many of the world's oldest universities are located in Italy, in particular the University of Bologna (founded in 1088). There are three Superior Graduate Schools with "university status", three institutes with the status of Doctoral Colleges, which function at graduate and post-graduate level.

Online Course in Arts in Italy

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Undergraduate Course - Digital Image Creation for Luxury Brands intensive

Istituto Marangoni
Online Full time Part time October 2017 Italy Milan

This course offers an intensive understanding of the organization and structure of digital media, with specific focus on contemporary fashion and non-fashion luxury communication. The aim is to create professional knowledge to inform [+]

Online Courses in Arts in Italy. This course offers an intensive understanding of the organization and structure of digital media, with specific focus on contemporary fashion and non-fashion luxury communication. The aim is to create professional knowledge to inform the production of digital images, used as forms of communication for key actors in fashion and non-fashion luxury products. This intensive course approaches the subject of the development of online visual communication in fashion and non-fashion luxury from a number of perspectives, from its relation with print media to current developments in technology and social media. Online visual communication is used by luxury brands in various ways depending on purpose, intent and target audience. Participants will learn through case study analysis supervised by industry professionals. The organization of visual communication in fashion and non-fashion brands has radically changed over the past ten years, not only due to the growing digitalization of luxury brand communication and fashion journalism, but through the expansion of different forms of social media and online fashion and non-fashion platforms. Online luxury does not only exist in relation to print media but increasingly as a platform in its own right. This requires specific knowledge of how online communities operate and how fashion and non-fashion images can be used within this digital context. Social media encompasses a variety of ever-changing online formats. Digital communities are fast-paced, often short-lived, and intimately dependent on the people who are their active members. Opportunities After completing the course, participants are employable in the... [-]