MAMA consulting projects in Brescia

MAMA, Master in Arts Management and Administration

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The students of the fourth edition of the MAMA program have been offered a new initiative to apply theirs skills and competencies while learning from arts and cultural institutions in Brescia.

 

Thanks to the collaboration with the Municipality of Brescia and with the support of Laura Castelletti ,Deputy Mayor and Counselor for Culture and Innovation of the City of Brescia, students have worked with six cultural institutions on a consulting project to support the institutions in solving identified challenges.

 

The project took place during the month of May and included a 4-day field project to Brescia and a presentation of first results to the public on May 25.

 

The collaboration represents an opportunity to gain first-hand experience on the challenges of cultural institutions as well applying tools and knowledge learned in class.  Moreover, institutions will benefit from this collaboration by gaining insights and fresh ideas from an international, diverse and skilled group of students.

 

SDA Bocconi School of Management

 

The institutions involved included Teatro Grande, MO.CA, Carme, Librixia, Museo delle Armi and MUSIL. Students were supported by MAMA Faculty members Elisa Ricciuti and Piergiacomo Mion as well as representatives from the institutions.

 

The field project is in its third edition, with previous years MAMA participants working in the city of Cremona and Chiusi.

 

SDA Bocconi School of Management

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