Art and Design Course
Achieving creativity between humanity and education
Goals and Features of the Course
Cultural sensitiveness is more and more required in today’s global information society.
In this course of study, the contents of the subjects are established so that students can enrich their general understanding of art and meet the changing social needs of society.
We aim to create art that can adapt to the new social order.
Going beyond old classification methods of art such as painting, sculpture, 3D and visual design, craft and art theory, students can choose subjects in accordance with their area of interest. After fully acquiring the basic academic abilities, they continue on within their specialty area under the supervision of the teaching staff in each field.
To foster excellent artists and designers who have a balanced education in both skills and theory, or to develop educators who assume a major role in lifelong learning, we emphasize theoretical concepts as well as producing works of art in this course of study.
Main Course Subjects
Oil Painting, Japanese Painting, Wood Sculpture, Visual Design, Environmental Art and Design, Metalwork, Ceramics, Traditional History of Japanese Art, Media Art
Major Career Paths
Professional painter, sculptor, designer and craft creators / Leaders for the community art, curators and School Teachers
Teaching Staff and Research Fields
|Shunichi INOUE |
|Mamoru ABE |
|3D, Environmental Art|
|Kanjirou SATO |
|Toshiro SHINOHARA |
|Yohei MIYATA |
|Kazuyuki KUSAO |
|Naoyuki SEMBONGI |
|Koji MATSUHISA |
|Takayuki KATO |