If the constant evolution of new media inspires you, and you want to be a part of it, consider NABAâ€™s BA in Media Design and Multimedia Arts. Youâ€™ll learn to conceive and produce pieces using traditional media formats (TV and cinema), the latest digital animation techniques, and new forms of multimedia art.
Lectures explore topics such as mass media, the anthropology of art, film history and theory, media languages, and film criticism. In hands-on workshops, youâ€™ll learn techniques for shooting and editing video, designing and animating 2D and 3D characters, directing photography and videography, compositing, sound designing, and gaming.
From drama to documentary, from interactive multimedia to commercial videos, each exercise will give you a new perspective on media production. Guided by industry professionals, you will develop skills you can learn only through practical work. Youâ€™ll also have the chance to get involved in small extracurricular productions under the guidance of your teachers.
The BA in Media Design and Multimedia Arts program is recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR) as a Bachelor of Arts degree (180 CFs).
History of New Media, History of Cinema and Video, Multimedia Drama, Audiovisual Languages and Techniques I, Digital Applications for Visual Arts I, Multimedia Design, Multimedia Art Theory, New Integrated Media Technologies.
New Media Aesthetics, Direction I, Audiovisual Languages and Techniques I, Photography, Interaction Design, Multimedia Languages, Audiovisual Languages and Techniques II.
History of Contemporary Art, Theory and Methodology of Mass Media, Direction II, Sound Design, Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts, Sculpture, Design Culture, Semiotics, Digital Modeling Techniques.
STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES
Through exchange programmes, NABA's International Office encourages and supports students wishing to study abroad.
The office promotes educational experiences at numerous prestigious international partner universities worldwide, including members and non-members of the Laureate International Universities network. Thanks to this vast international network, students at NABA are able to spend periods of study abroad, enriching their educational curriculum and laying the groundwork for increasingly international future careers.
International study opportunities are mainly provided as part of the Erasmus+ project promoted by the European Commission, the International Exchange Program for destinations outside of Europe, the Semester Abroad Program at the Laureate group Universities and short summer courses.
NABA counts more than 50 cooperation agreements with European academies and universities through the Erasmus+ Programme; the Academy also counts more than 20 international cooperation agreements with several universities outside Europe.
Visit this link for more information on the Erasmus+ Programme and international exchange.
Faculty and Visiting Professors
Francesco Alinovi, Matteo Bacci, Fabio Bettonica, Amos Bianchi, Sabina Bologna, Emanuele Bonetti, Enrico M. Brocchetta, Martin Cannas, Fabio Carlini, Lorenzo Casati, Dimitri Chimenti, Samuele Cigardi, Elio Deponti, Michel Fuzellier, Gabriela Galati, Davide Gatti, Eros Gioetto, Martino Giudici, Simone Guidi, Sergej Grguric, Ippolita, Francesca Lancini, Maresa Lippolis, Emanuele Lomello, Marco Lorenzin, Marco Mancuso, Giacomo Manzotti, Marco Monti, Igor Muroni, Otolab, Lorenza Pignatti, Anja Puntari, Rodolfo Sacchettini, Simone Sarasso, Marianna Schivardi, Alessandro Stellino, Giacomo Tagliani, Guido Tattoni, Francesco Zucconi.