During the Art Market Manager programme from École EAC students acquire knowledge of artists and artworks, of the major challenges and defining sectors of the art market, of their functioning and practices in France and at international level.
This will be combined with courses enabling students to acquire methods to carry out studies or research, conceive and implement projects, and develop an initial level of “expertise” that professional experience will consolidate.
After completing the programme from the EAC Group, students will acquire the following competences
In the second semester, in order to better position themselves professionally, students will choose a specialisation corresponding to their professional project:
The academic pathway is designed to enable students to tackle their professional project under different perspectives and to develop suitable methods
The academic programme is conceived so as teaching periods, project coaching, tutoring, individual work and professional immersion alternate.
Practice of a modern language is encouraged, with a particular focus on English. Some courses are fully taught in English, to familiarise students with job-specific vocabulary.
Art Market Managers direct auction houses, antiques or decorative shops, art galleries, museums or art centres.
They manage a stock of objects with artistic, decorative or cultural heritage value. They ensure the enhancement of artworks and art objects and actively follow the quotation of the works. They enhance placements and financial investments in collections. They scout new talents. They identify future artists and implement cultural heritage preservation.
Art Market Managers develop a two-sided competence in arts and commerce. They are able to manage administratively, financially and legally, and to develop international marketing strategies. They are able to anticipate and acquire stock. They are able to diagnose and evaluate artworks and implement preservation actions. They are able to organise conferences on art history and to create exhibitions.
Mobile and curious, Art Market Managers enjoy travelling, visiting artists’ workshops and looking for artworks. Intuitive, equipped with a fine taste, they are interested in the development of trends, They like history and its relations with artistic creation. With an international approach, they can speak multiple languages and attend exhibitions regularly.
This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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