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Western Style Painting

Introduction

The course in Western-style painting is designed to further develop the work of painters, who, after studying in the School of Art and Design at Tsukuba or another university, wish to continue further study, and who could contribute to the development of culture, art, and education in Japan.

In the Master’s program, specialized courses are offered that will enable students to deepen their artistic sensitivity, and strengthen their ability to express themselves as independent painters or woodblock artists. In the Doctoral program, students make experimental creations based on high technique and expression of theory. Using what they learned in these experiments, students seek ways to grow and develop their own style.
As part of the curricula, Master’s students hold an Master’s program exhibition, and doctoral students hold a Doctoral program exhibition, at the Tsukuba Museum of Art, a sort of public announcement of the results of that year’s courses.

Students’ works have won high acclaim at contests, expositions sponsored by art organizations, etc., and numerous budding artists from the program have attracted the attention of the art world.

Career paths for graduates

The main career path for students who have completed the program is to become instructors in high schools, universities, and so on. There are also students who have become independent artists or illustrators, or regular company employees, or have moved overseas. The patterns are varied, but one thing that can be said is that there are quite a few graduates who are attracting attention as up-and-coming leaders in their fields.

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Student's Works

Student's Works

Student's Works

Student's Works

Student's Works

Student's Works



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