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Tokyo / Tư lập
In addition to the common subjects, which give students a rich understanding of core areas, students also take specialist subjects to hone high-level skills in one of the 15 affiliated departments. PBL (Project Based Learning) courses, joint overseas projects and industry-academia-government collaboration also help in our goal to cultivate excellent artists and creators that can contribute to, and give a new value to, our society.
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Under the philosophy of freedom, this course creates artists who are bold in their creativeness, with graduates in a wide range of careers such as picture book illustrators, publishing, video game creation and animation.
The Oil Painting Course at Tama Art University boasts the largest numbers of any such course in Japan, and has been at the forefront of the oil painting movement since the university’s founding. This course has produced great numbers of talented individuals capable of demonstrating artistic creativity beyond established concepts, continuing to contribute new value to society.
The broad curriculum, which covers subjects from traditional printmaking through to photography, picture books and digital expression, has lead to careers in design, artistry and a variety of other industries.
While fostering the skills to create structures in three dimensions, this course aims to nurture the next generation of artists who use their unique perspective and ability to challenge new and timeless artistic possibilities to create new value for society.
Through the integration of materials, techniques, the handling of different materials, and the development of a sensibility, students in this department acquire the abilities of ‘making things’ and ‘expression through things’. Through a curriculum that explores aspects of crafts that have changed through the ages in both theoretical and technical terms, students acquire the roots of creatively making things, a foundation skill-set that transcends all artistic genres.
With a systematic curriculum focusing on figuring out what it really means to study design at an art university, this department aims to cultivate the next generation of talented creators, with strong problem solving skills, a clear vision and rich and varied modeling techniques.
Product design refers to the design of all sorts of things that help support and sustain people’s daily lives, including automobiles, home appliances, audio equipment, cellular phones, furniture, sports gear, toys, cosmetics and food products etc. This course has produced numerous talented designers whose designs have reached across the globe.
The applicability of the field of textile design continues to expand beyond the mundane realms of fashion and interior design and fiber materials are today used for all kinds of purposes, ranging from car interiors, industrial and medical materials, to materials related to space development. This course nurtures talented human resources active in a wide variety of fields, including the apparel and interior design industries, car manufacturers, designers of stage art, artists, textile designers and researchers.
Through a design curriculum defined by ‘spaces’, including furniture and interiors, residential houses, architecture, parks and cities etc., this course combines engineering and art to equip students with structural knowledge and technical design skills that can be used in an array of careers.
Students acquire essential knowledge in a wide range of fields, from entertainment to art. This course has produced talented individuals at the forefront of software and web design, media artists and filmmakers.
Students study the three areas of “experiential design”, designing the activities and experiences of people engaged with information, “social design”, the design of connecting people with society, and “media design”, creating a relationship between information and media. This course has produced talented individuals working in areas such as IT information services, web design and gaming.
This department aims to foster talented individuals who can communicate the value and appeal of art to the world, learning the importance of ‘create’, ‘think’ and ‘transmit’ and using it in jobs such as curators, editors, art historians, critics and art producers.
This department utilizes a cross-sectional curriculum in graphic, product and information design, etc., to train skilled designers who can sense the various issues of our increasingly complicated society and ultimately work out ways to solve them.
In the 1st and 2nd years students take a mix of theater and dance classes to acquire basic body expression skills. In the 3rd year students choose either ‘dance expression’ or ‘stage art’, further honing their specialist skills. In addition to fostering the rich expressiveness required to be a performer, the course also gives students an overall knowledge of production, including dramatography, directing and choreography.
In the 1st and 2nd years, students acquire the foundation skills required for space design, honing basic creativity skills such as depiction and color composition. Students also attend actual theater and drama production sites, helping to enhance practical understanding and sense of theatrical expression. From the 3rd year students have seminar classes dedicated to experience-based lessons focusing on stage, film art, lighting and costumes.