The principles and practice of artistic production in different languages and cultures.
A variety of specialist skills supporting policies of equal opportunities.
An understanding of the expression of art in society today and its languages and techniques, art theory and artistic thought, seminal works and trends in different periods of history, approaches to artistic activity, creative processes, heritage, publication, the presence of art in politics and industry and apprenticeship.
Analytical and critical reasoning skills, methodologies for the appraisal of different kinds of art, the use of historigraphical techniques and new technologies, the procedures by which heritage projects are undertaken and the evaluation of educational projects.
Autonomy and teamwork skills, professional responsibility and commitment to heritage conservation and education, and leadership and self-critical ability.
Number of ECTS credits: 240
Branch of knowledge: Arts and Humanities
Faculty or school: Faculty of Geography and History