The Jewelry and Accessory designer must be capable of blending technique and creativity in designing and creating jewellery, bijouterie and male and female accessories (bags, shoes, glasses, watches).
A qualified professional that can apply the various technical, cultural, computer and design notions acquired, to the creation of product lines while also being able to pick out in everyday behaviour, those signs and indications that can allow them to identify future styles and trends.
The course is recognized by Italian Ministry of Education and Research (MIUR) as an Academic Diploma Level I (180CF)
The course aims to provide skills that range from the ability to use of new materials, both synthetic and natural, to the capacity to adapt traditional materials, as well as a thorough understanding of the most current trends, the capacity to connect and mediate with the various company departments (marketing, production, project, prototype) and with all the professionals that gravitate around the sector (photographers, journalists, communications experts and event organisers).
Sector companies act as constant points of reference within the training process, in order to ensure that the designer’s ideas are always referred back directly to the on going developments taking place in the contemporary production arena. The course therefore is designed to provide students with a project based approach that will enable them to fulfil a position within the various areas of production. This is achieved by taking a close look at the various aspects of design related to both male and female accessories (bags, shoes, glasses and watches) as well those related to the creation of jewelry and bijouterie.
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Last updated October 23, 2017