The objective of the Master’s program in carving and modeling is toexpand on the studies which were made during the Bachelor’s program. The curriculum of the Master’s degree program is designed totrain specialists with professional-level knowledge and skills in both modeling and carving. Notably, this Master’s program includes courses such as theory and history of art as well as seminars and practical workshops in modeling, wood carving, stone carving, metalworking, and terra-cotta carving. In the second year of the Master’s program, students can choose one intensive learning course to expand the depth of their thesis research.
Career paths for graduates
Career paths for persons who have completed the Carving and Modeling program include becoming professional carvers and sculptors, designers, etc., becoming art teachers at junior high and high schools, working at universities or research institutes, becoming curators, and research specialists at museums and so on.
Alumnae and Alumni
|1983||Ikegawa Sunao||Professor at Kagoshima University, A member of the Nitten|
|1987||Miyazaki Kou||Professor at Chiba University|
|1990||Murakami Yusuke||Associate Professor at Hyogo University of Teacher Education|
|1992||Senbongi Naoyuki||Professor at University of Teacher Education Fukuoka, A member of the Kokugakai|
|1995||Kasai Eiji||Professor at Gifu University, A member of Shinseisaku|
|1995||Tomotari Mikako||Associate Professor at Kyushu University, A member of the Kokugakai|
|1998||Matsuo Daisuke||Associate Professor at Joetsu University of Education, A member of the Kokugakai|
|2001||Yoshika Shin||Associate Professor at Tōhoku University of Art & Design|
|2002||Nakahara Atsunori||Associate Professor at Den-en Chofu University, A member of the Japan Sculptors Association|
|2003||Hayashi Sawako||Assistant Professor at Joshibi University of Art and Design, A member of the Nikikai|