teacher Cesare Viel

Learning objectives

The aim of the Communication and Didactics of Art course is to provide a sound knowledge of communication methods and techniques and the acquisition of specific artistic and professional skills required in the production of works of art and their interpretation.

The courses focus on developing the necessary skills for the management of space and the development of cultural heritage, through traditional means and new multimedia technologies, particularly in regard to museums and exhibitions, related to  art, science and technology. Graduates will acquire a suitable technical and operational knowledge  of methods and contents regarding communication, installation, museology and museograhy, and didactics of art. The will possess the necessary methodological and critical tools to master new forms of expression, techniques and state-of-the art technologies.

The course will include the study of a European Union language other than the mother tongue language, in the main field of expertise  and for the exchange of general information and assistance for  IT self-updating (consultants, texts, tests and access to IT laboratories), the use of digital tools and digital communication in the primary field of expertise.

Employment prospects

Graduates of the School will carry out professional activities  in a number of public and private areas as freelance artists or alongside specialists of cultural heritage, focusing in particular on communication, organization and planning of artistic events and the organization of communication  – press office, public relations and so on.

Thanks to the current agreements with the city  Museums, the “Museo d’arte contemporanea, Villa Croce”, “Borsa Arte Giovane” and with private institutions, the “Accademia Ligustica di Belle Arti” will organise the most  suitable work placements and internships in order to forge specific professional skills. Most importantly, students will have regular access to  and can collaborate with the Museum of the Accademia Ligustica, home to collections ranging from the 14th to the 20th Century.



Modern Art History
Artistic Anatomy
Artistic Languages Didactics
Theory of Perception and Psychology of the Figure
Pedagogy and Art Didactics
Extramedial Techniques
Computer Technology for Graphics
Cultural Marketing Basics


Contemporary Arts History
Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts
Didactics for the Museum
Theory and Methods of Mass Media
Creative Writing
Setting of Exhibitional Spaces
Engraving Techniques – Chalcography
Decoration Techniques
Digital Photography
History of Show Business
History of Applied Arts
Photography History
Computer Technology Basics


Cultural Antropology
English for Artistic Communication
History and Methodology of Art Critic
Didactics for the Multimedia
Cultural Heritage and Environmental Assets
Museology and Exhibitional Spaces Management
Foreign Language – English
Multimedia Installations