Tokyo University of the Arts

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Tokyo University of the Arts
東京藝術大学
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Former names
Tokyo Fine Arts School (東京美術学校, Tōkyō Bijutsu Gakkō)(1887–1949)
Tokyo Music School (東京音楽学校, Tōkyō Ongaku Gakkō)(1897–1947)
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (1947–2008)
Type Public (National)
Established1887: founding of previous institutions Tokyo Fine Arts School and Tokyo Music School
1949: merger into Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music [1]
Chancellor Kazuki Sawa
Vice-Chancellor Kenji Watanabe
Academic staff
244 (2017) [2]
Administrative staff
152 (2017) [2]
Students3,294 (2017) [2]
Undergraduates 2,020 (2017) [2]
Postgraduates 1,274 (2017) [2]
Location, ,
Campus Ueno Campus,
Senju Campus,
Yokohama Campus,
Toride Campus
Colours Black
Website geidai.ac.jp/english

Tokyo University of the Arts (東京藝術大学, Tōkyō Geijutsu Daigaku) or Geidai (芸大) is the most prestigious art school in Japan. Located in Ueno Park, it also has facilities in Toride, Ibaraki, Yokohama, Kanagawa, and Kitasenju and Adachi, Tokyo. The university has trained renowned artists in the fields of painting, sculpture, crafts, inter-media, sound, music composition, traditional instruments, art curation and global arts.

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History

The university was formed in 1949 by the merger of the Tokyo Fine Arts School (東京美術学校, Tōkyō Bijutsu Gakkō) and the Tokyo Music School (東京音楽学校, Tōkyō Ongaku Gakkō), both founded in 1887. Originally male-only, the schools began to admit women in 1946. The graduate school opened in 1963, and began offering doctoral degrees in 1977. The doctoral degree in fine art practice initiated in the 1980s was one of the earliest programs to do so globally. [3] After the National University Corporations were formed on April 1, 2004, the school became known as the Kokuritsu Daigaku Hōjin Tōkyō Geijutsu Daigaku ((国立大学法人東京藝術大学). On April 1, 2008, the university changed its English name from "Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music" to "Tokyo University of the Arts."

The school has had student exchanges with a number of other art and music institutions such as École des Beaux-Arts (France), School of the Art Institute of Chicago (USA), the Royal Academy of Music (UK), the University of Sydney and Queensland College of Art, Griffith University (Australia), the Korea National University of Arts, and the China Central Academy of Fine Arts.

Departments

Department of Fine Arts

(Includes undergraduate and graduate school programs)

Department of Music

(Includes undergraduate and graduate school programs)

Film and new media graduate school

(only for graduate student)

Organization

Contact information

Alumni

Artists

Musicians

Others

Faculty members

Film director Takeshi Kitano TakeshiKitano.jpg
Film director Takeshi Kitano

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Coordinates: 35°43′N139°46′E / 35.717°N 139.767°E / 35.717; 139.767