The general vision permeating all our courses is the relationship between art and social transformation, investigated in the following areas, often linked and overlying: visual art and cultures, cultural and media studies, design and social design and applied arts, histories, philosophy of technique and philosophies in general, psychologies, sociologies, anthropologies, visualisation and representation of the cultural and artistic heritage, communication, law, economics and economies.
Concerning all areas is the study of the role of the subject as an artist, as a person responsible (i.e. he who responds) in regard to the daily and epochal challenges posed by the crisis of sustainability in modern cultural, economic and political models.
The three-year courses are the starting point in the development of responsible individuals active in the social contexts in which they live.
Artistic practice and research involve people and communities to develop collaborative projects on real problems and needs.
Getting to know and design fashion in all its processes, focusing on sustainability.
Combining design, which is the planning and construction of the future, and art, which is vision and ability to adopt a systematic approach, sustainability can become an opportunity of development for organisations.