Our MA in Managing Art & Cultural Heritage in Global Markets students were welcomed for the spring semester in Paris!
The orientation day was filled with insights from our incredible team, setting the stage for an inspiring and transformative academic journey.
The International Master in 'Managing Art & Cultural Heritage in Global Markets' (MAGMa) is designed to empower art and cultural heritage professionals with the skills needed in a growing global field. MAGMa takes a holistic view, connecting collecting activities with heritage and bridging contemporary artists' work with the preservation of historic artworks.
The program also tackles issues of exclusion linked to the Western artistic canon and the conditions shaping today's contested sites and collections.
This program provides an integrated approach to understanding the social, economic, managerial, legal and cultural issues affecting the Arts and Cultural Heritage diverse sectors, which include private and public museums/galleries, heritage sites, art and cultural foundations and market players, such as auction houses, dealers and collectors. It is intended for students wishing to enter careers such as managers, educators, curators, or marketing consultants in museum / historic site / private foundations; executives in cultural tourism; NGO or governmental executives in heritage affairs; project officers for international organizations like Unesco; exhibition developers; managers of auction house, museum services, private client services in auction houses or art consultancies.
Delivered by an esteemed consortium, MAGMa provides mobility between Lisbon (University of Lisbon and University Institute of Lisbon), Paris (IESA arts&culture), Glasgow (University of Glasgow), and Rotterdam (Erasmus University).
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