NABA educational offer is structured in three major training areas: Visual Arts, Communication and Design. These areas comprise six NABA Programs: Painting and Visual Arts, Design, Fashion Design, Graphic Design and Art Direction, Media Design and Multimedia Arts, Theatre Design.
Besides Painting and Visual Arts and Theatre Design, disciplines that are traditionally present in Fine Arts Academies and that have been revisited in a contemporary perspective, the investigation and operational attitudes of contemporary designers as well as the tools they commonly use will be explored. These Programs are intended for students with an interest for project culture and artistic experimentation. NABA program curricula include various kinds of training activities, individual and class work so as to offer a wide range of critical, methodological and operative skills that are necessary to develop autonomous research and an ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams.
NABA educational environment aims at promoting relations based on trust, exchange and collaboration and at stimulating an individual development that is not influenced by a competitive selection process.
Through a number of research projects and numerous collaborations with Italian and foreign institutions, students become aware of the social responsibility of those who design objects and images for collective fruition in an interconnected and multi-cultural world.