Management and Art Project Production
Present the different phases of work and areas of intervention for carrying out
exhibition projects; provide the necessary tools to achieve them.
Maria Emília Moreira Tavares Samora Batista
Weekly - Available soon
Total - 280
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Detailed presentation of the listed themes, accompanied by PowerPoint and
iconography. Each chapter will be illustrated with practical examples.
Método de Avaliação - The assessment is made through interventions in class(40%), and the work to be delivered at the end of the semester(60%)
a) First steps of the producer / manager
b) Budget and planning maps
c) Support and sponsorship
d) Physical conditions of spaces
e) Characteristics of the works
PRODUCTION AND ASSEMBLY
a) Type of production
b) Display type
c) Works: Type of works, loan applications and contracts, insurance, transport and
reception of works of art, security and surveillance, maintenance
d) Catalog: Phases of production and actors
e) Other materials to be edited
f) Image of the exhibition / event and its communication, promotion, dissemination
g) The press - advertising campaign and press-release
DISASSEMBLY AND POST-PRODUCTION
a) Disassembly, discipline and method in disassembly, return of works
b) Post-production, the task of the producer / manager does not end with the end of the exhibition
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