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Master di I Livello: InMICS

InMICS is a two-year programme offering advanced international students the chance to hone their skills, share their talents and develop their own personality and projects within an international, professional environment.

InMICS was created by a partnership of European and Canadian higher art education institutes and professional organisations in the field of audiovisual creation.

Higher education institutions involved:
CNSMD de Lyon (France) - coordinator
Conservatorio di Musica G.B. Martini Bologna (Italy)
KASK & Conservatory (HOGENT) in Ghent (Belgium)

Professional partners involved:
Festival International du Film d’Aubagne (France)
Fondazione Cineteca di Bologna and others (Italy): see "Partnerships" below.for more details.
FilmFest Gent (Belgium)

The study is for two years, at two of the four partner institutes. Each of the participating schools offers a specific teaching environment, and students will study and work at two of the four schools. This gives them the ideal opportunity to fulfil their personal objectives and advance their professional perspectives. Each of the four institutions offers a different teaching approach to composition for visual media, with a specific focus on the medium and professional perspectives:
Conservatorio "G.B. Martini" Bologna: Electroacoustic Composition for Screen
KASK & Conservatory (HOGENT) in Ghent: Musical Theatre and Media Arts
CNSMD de Lyon: Scoring for Screen

Some subjects (cultural and theoretical subjects and research methodology) are taught through e-learning or visio-conference to all the students by specialists selected by the four institutions.

This Master’s is dedicated to international students wishing to work as composers for audiovisual media in the broadest sense of the term. We welcome applications from anyone who already composes music for screen. A bachelor’s degree in music or the equivalent is required. Applicants will be assessed first and foremost on their creative abilities, coupled with profound interest in music and visual media.The programme will be taught primarily in English, with the exception of a few courses in the language of the country of one of the four institutes. You will need a B1 level in English in order to successfully follow the InMICS courses. Additionally, if you wish to study at the University of Montréal, you will need an A2 level in French. Language levels will be assessed during the application interviews.There is no age limit.
The Bologna Conservatory offers a program focused on mixed composition for media arts, with a particular emphasis on experimental cinema, video art, art documentaries, sound installations, and interactive multimodal live performances.   Students in this program are exposed to and confronted with a wide variety of languages, techniques, technologies, and artistic expressions. Preferring an empirical, hands-on approach that looks at contemporary production methods, students in this program are stimulated in composing, mixing, designing, and arranging their own music and sound assets.   Along with the collaboration between the Conservatory and various institutions, this prepares students for various professional fields where sound and music form essential components, calling for the creation of highly personal and high-quality music, soundscapes, and sound design.

- Each student defines the theme of his/her research project, and choses a referent teacher in one of the 2 awarding institutions at the beginning of the programme to follow up this activity. A co-tutor can be chosen in the second institution.
- Each student follows a methodology course delivered by one teacher to all students through e-learning or visio-conference during the first 2 semesters.
- Each students hands in his/her thesis at the end of the 4th semester (by the end of August)
- Each student participates in a public defence

- Collaborative workshops with audiovisual arts students taking place at each of the participating schools
- Professional internship of 2 months in an organisation active in the field of music creation for the audio-visual

- Main classes location: Bologna Conservatory of Music
- Special classes and assignments can be held in the headquarters of the partner institutions
- Period: from November, 2nd to June, 30th
- Timetable of the class activity: from Monday to Saturday  


InMICS study program

More information and details about InMICS (course description, student profile, presentation of institutions partners, application procedure, etc.) on www.inmics.orgInMICS is also on facebook