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NABA 2010 Textile and new Materials Design MA program
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NABA educational offer includes Bachelor and Master programs, leading to the attainment of legally recognized degrees and to the achievement of educational credits, allowing students to continue their studies in Italian and foreign institutions, in the areas of Visual Arts, Graphic Design, Fashion and Textile Design, Design, Media and Theatre Design.

Textile and new Materials Design MA program:
This course aims at training professionals able to work in an innovative and pro-active way a deep knowledge of textiles and new materials characters, from the technical values to communication, project and aesthetical ones.

It trains a professional profile able to explore the cross-disciplinary area between various specialized professional knowledges, such as decoration, fashion design, graphic and interior design. A textile and materials designer who will work at design companies, fashion houses, research and excellence centres (trend agencies, materials libraries, style centres, experimental labs), architecture and interior design professional studios, advanced design, etc. The program deepens the new materials and textile design studying in its applications to interior, exhibition and fashion design.

Duration: two academic years (18 months).
Yearly schedule: 600 class hours and 800 hours including individual study, teamwork and internship.
Educational credits: 120.
Starting date: January.
Director: Anna Barbara.

NABA (Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti)

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