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Viaggio in Italia
MasterInPhotography

Viaggio in Italia

MasterInPhotography

THE MASTER

Viaggio in Italia,
Come to Italy with Me

Master in Photography
Iuav University of Venice

Viaggio in Italia is a First Level University Master. It is a one-year study program focused on photography, carried out at the Iuav University of Venice since 2016. 

The Master in Photography proposes itself as a new kind of educational model exploring the journey as a way of growth and experimentation.
Now at its sixth edition, Viaggio in Italia is organised in a series of residencies across the Italian territory, designed and structured together with the guest teachers. Students are guided through workshops and field exercises in order to acquire and consolidate the tools and technical notions necessary for the photographer’s profession.
The aim of the project is to construct a programme that traverses distinct and distant places, to reinforce the relationship with the context and the social landscape of Italy: the workshops contribute to the definition and search for a new shared consciousness of the territories crossed and of the practices constituting their particularities.

 

COLLABORATIONS
ICCD – Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo e la Documentazione (Roma), MUCIV – Museo delle Civiltà (Roma), Linea di Confine per la Fotografia Contemporanea (Rubiera, Reggio Emilia), MUFOCO – Museo di Fotografia Contemporanea (Cinisello Balsamo, Milano), Museo della Riserva Naturale Incisioni Rupestri di Ceto, Cimbergo e Paspardo (Valcamonica, Brescia), Ecomuseo del Vanoi (Canal San Bovo, Trento), Viaindustriae (Foligno, Perugia), Villa Fabri (Trevi, Perugia), Villa Manin (Codroipo, Udine), Comune di Lecce, Fondazione Francesco Fabbri (Soligo, Treviso).

Master in Photography
Sixth Edition
Academic Year 2021 – 2022

DIRECTOR & COMMITTEE
Scientific director: Marta Tonelli
Concept: Stefano Graziani
Resident workshop curator: Sara Bassi
Scientific committee: Sara Bassi, Marina Caneve, Stefano Graziani, Mario Lupano, Amedeo Martegani, Stefano Munarin, Francesco Paleari, Andrea Pertoldeo, Teresa Piardi, Filippo Romano, Marta Tonelli, Ivan Valvassori.

PLACES
see map on the left

 

PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
The Master in Photography allows students to confront themselves with the most heterogeneous professional realities and contexts during the whole educational program. One of the principal purpose of the Master is to show students the range of possible professions related to the field of photography and support them for a conscious approach to the professional world, starting from the internship period.


Some of the Alumni’s professional paths after having concluded the Master in Photography: authorial photographic research, support of professionals / authors in the sector, freelancing in architectural photography, support in graphic design studios, foundation of photographic collectives, independent publishing houses, exhibition spaces / galleries, self-employment in post-production areas and commercial photography as a product design, interiors, fashion, work for trade magazines, etc.

 

CONTACTS
Iuav University of Venice — Tolentini
Santa Croce 191, 30135 Venice, Italy
Master and career services Iuav
www.iuav.it/master
info@masterinphotography.com
(+39) 041 257 1679
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Duration: Annual
Start/end: from March 2022 to April 2023
Places available: min. 10 | max. 16
Enrollment deadline: 15 January 2022

 

LANGUAGES
Lessons will be held in Italian and English. A good language competence in English is required.

 

TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS
Estimated lecture hours: 450
Estimated independent study hours: 600
Estimated internship hours: 275
Estimated thesis hours: 100
Total ECTS/cfu credits: 60

 

COSTS
Open call registration fee € 50,00
Enrollment fee € 8000,00* + cost of stamp duty paid online

*The €8000 covers the costs of all the educational modules, the university tuition fee, part of the accommodation costs during the itinerant residencies and the materials used to produce the group projects (prints for books or exhibitions).

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