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Fine Art

Introduction

The course in Fine Art aims to educate professionalartists with knowledge and skill, aesthetic sensibilityand creativity. At the undergraduate levelin the School of Art and Design, the Major in Fine Art consists of courses in Western Style Painting, Nihonga, Carving and Modeling, Sho-Calligraphy and a Special Curriculum (Printmaking).
We provide a wide range of subjects from basic to expert levels in lectures, seminars and practical classes.

Two-year terminal master’s programs and Threeyear doctoral programs provide more advanced studies for those who have graduated university.
On one hand, since they are part of a university, the Undergraduate and Graduate School of Art and Design furnish an opportunity for students to purpose interdisciplinary studies. On the other hand, the faculty instructors who are specialist in each area will provide you very valuable classes to in terms of fundamental and professional studies.
The organizations of the Undergraduate, Master’s and Doctoral Programs have close links, as shown in the diagram.

We encourage students to exhibit their art works in many occasions including the graduation
show. The list shows major exhibitions in 2008-9. Many students in our undergraduate and
graduate schools exhibit their works in nationally recognized competitions.

After Graduate

  • Artist
  • Painter, Sculptor, Calligraper, Seal-engraver, Dyer, Modeller, Ceramist

  • Teacher
  • University, Vocational college, High school, Junior high school

  • Curator
  • Enterprise
  • Publishing company, Designer, Cartoonist, Illustrator, Performing Artist

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