For those who can continue art throughout their life.
■Oil Painting and Printmaking
Focusing on oil painting and printmaking as the base, students will learn not only about the traditional paint, but also a wide range of expressive methods, including mixed media, video and installations to improve observability, description, expression and art theory.
During the course of Japanese painting material research with paper working, rock granulation, paints, brush, tableware and kirikane, students explore the potential of next generation Japanese-style painting through the study and creation of Japanese paintings, the reproduction of classic paintings, and the study of the material used in Japanese painting.
In this concentration, in addition to working with traditional sculpture materials such as clay, wood, stone, and metal, students also explore other materials which can be used for paper and felt, and produce free, creative works using woodworking equipment to expressing their creativity, polishing their aesthetic sensibilities and discovering their own means of self-expression.
This concentration develops art educators who can contribute to our society. In addition to learning art history and art and design theory and psychology, students are cultivated additional technical skills and specialized knowledge and have advantage to faculty recruitment test.
■Art and culture
Connecting with a global society through the power of art. During the course, students will study art on a theoretical level from three different points of view “art, theory and practice”. In order to improve sensitivity based on knowledges and theories, they are supposed to create more and go overseas.