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芸術支援研究会 横浜トリエンナーレの現場から 2020年9月30日までオンライン配信 Art Environment Support Forum on YOKOHAMA TRIENNALE: online lecture
芸術支援ジャーナル Art Writing No.14をウェブ公開しました Art Writing Journal No.14: published on the web
芸術支援コース・領域 令和２年度第１回中間発表会 ８月３日（月）～８月７日（金） Interim Presentation of Master’s and Undergraduate Theses in Art Environment Support
The 9th Art Writer Award for High School Students: Application deadline Wednesday, Sept 30, 2020
第９回高校生アートライター大賞 英語エッセイ募集 9月30日（水）まで
高校生アートライター大賞日本語部門 最終選考結果を発表 Art Writer Award for High School Students: Award winners of the Essays in Japanese
Art Writing No.13をウェブ上に公開しました Art Writing Journal No.13 was published on the Web
The School of Art and Design is an educational institution specializing in art and design at the University of Tsukuba. The School develops creative experts in art and design with broad perspectives by leveraging an outstanding university environment that provides state-of-the-art multidisciplinary education and smaller, more personalized class sizes (up to 100 students per year of study) in 14 areas of specialization. Our graduates include influential artists, designers, and researchers that are actively contributing to society.
Curriculum (simple version)
Students develop their own curriculum by choosing courses required for graduation based on their own interests and goals.
First- and second-year students
Students hone a wide range of basic skills, while determining their interests and aptitude for the field of study that they wish to specialize in.
- General Foundation Subjects
Common Foundation Subjects: Multidisciplinary Subjects, Foreign Language, Information Literacy, Physical Education, Freshman Seminar.
Specific Foundation Subjects: Subjects Related to Teaching, Subject related to the Museum.
- Foundation Subjects for Major
Art Career Education, Introduction to Art and Design, Arts and Culture, Arts and Society, Art History Overview, Design History Overview
Students refine their specialized skill set according to their chosen specialty. Please see the home page of each field of study for descriptions of specialty courses (Major Subjects).
Students complete their graduation research projects according to their chosen research theme. The TSUKUBA Museum of Art IBARAKI hosts a graduate exhibition every year in February. An exceptional graduation research projects is awarded the Grand Prize for outstanding Achievement in the Undergraduate School of Art & Design.
Bachelor of Art and Design
Once all graduation requirements are fulfilled, a Bachelor of Art and Design is conferred.
Graduates of the undergraduate program express themselves in many ways. Some continue to graduate school, while others work in industry or as independent artisans, designers, and painters in a variety of fields.
In the past three years, our graduates have continued to the following graduate schools and key industry positions: