The Art and Design Science program is designed to provide future constructive artists, teachers and researchers with a high level of constructive skills through specialized research on important and fundamental issues that are common to different art media. In addition to the“ shapes”,“ colors” and“ texture” of modern media, it is also extremely important to expand research to include the characteristics and media possibilities of“ movement” and“ light.” Further, there are many types of research on important themes common to the constructive arts, including the systematization of brainstorming methods and visual language; research related to the feeling, perception, structure, etc., of materials; mechanical approaches to patterns and shapes, and emotional approaches to color.
Art and Design Science instruction focuses on the theory of construction through lectures and experiments involving construction of two- and three-dimensions, colors, light, and movement.
Career paths for graduates
They have found employment in a wide variety of fields as designers, professional artists, instructors in universities and other schools, among others.
Alumnae and Alumni
|1989||Moriwaki Hiroyuki||Associate Professor at Tama Art University|
|1990||Matsumura Taizo||Associate Professor at Tōhoku University of Art & Design|
|1990||Wada Naoto||Professor at Japan Women’s University|
|1996||Hoshika Tamio||Associate Professor at Sojo University|
|1998||Akayama Hitoshi||Associate Professor at Tamagawa University|
|2002||Kim Dohyung||Assistant Professor at Hyogo University of Teacher Education|
|Associate Professor at Kyushu Sangyo University|
|2004||Kong Jinyell||Associate Professor at Akita University of Art|
|2008||Kamiura Yuta||Assistant Professor at University of Tsukuba|
|2012||Komatsu Futoshi||Associate Professor at Koriyama Women’s College|