Master's Degree Programme in
History of Arts and Conservation of Artistic Heritage





Why enrol in this programme


learn about the history of art in Venice, a city which for over a thousand years has been a laboratory for all forms of art, and which continues to host international exhibitions and events


gain up-to-date knowledge of approaches and tools for the analysis and research of visual art and performance art, from cinema to music


develop an understanding of historical and artistic research: collect documents, read and interpret signs and symbols, write academic texts, formulate research projects and plan exhibitions

Your future career options

become a museum curator and conservator, a cultural worker in the museum/exhibition field
conduct research, acquire, evaluate and guarantee the preservation of artefacts of historical, cultural or artistic interest, and of works of art; organise educational activities to promote artwork, such as exhibitions and eventsts

work as an organizer of events and cultural happenings
deal with the design, planning and organisation of exhibitions and cultural events

work as a teacher of historical-artistic subjects
(after having fulfilled all the requirements of the current legislation)


All students must fill in their study plan every year in order to register for exams. 

For the academic year 2022/2022, students enrolled in the first year can fill in their study plan from 25th July 2022. Students enrolled in the following years can fill in their study plans when their exam sessions in September are over (please refer to the academic calendar). 
Study plans can be modified until 1st March 2023

For further information, please refer to the Study plan and exams page.




Malcanton Marcorà  
Dorsoduro 3484/D, Calle Contarini, 30123 Venice (Italy)