Isfahan University of Art

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Isfahan University of Art
دانشگاه هنر اصفهان
Dāneshgāh-e Honār-e Esfahān
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Established 1974; 40 years ago (1974)
Type Public
Chancellor Farhang Mozaffar
Academic staff 84
Students 3000
Undergraduates 2310
Postgraduates 598
Doctoral students 92
Location Esfahan, Iran
Campus Urban
Nickname Pardis

Isfahan University of Art (Persian: دانشگاه هنر اصفهان‎) is a public University in Isfahan, Iran. It operated under the name of "Farabi University" before 1978, then it became a campus of the University of Art (based Art University in Tehran). It was separated and became independent in 1999. The university owns some of the greatest houses in Isfahan, mostly of the Safavid period. The university's buildings are spread out over the city, most of which are old historics sites such as David House, Martha Peters House, Haratian House, Sookiaas House, Haghighi House, France school and Ayyoubi and Melal House.

Faculties and Majors[edit]

  • Faculty of Preservation and Restoration
Majors: Restoration of monuments, Restoration of historic buildings, Museum Management, Archeology
  • Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning
Majors: Architecture, Urban Planning Engineering, Industrial Design, Architectural Studies, Urban Design, Islamic Urbanism, Islamic Architecture
  • Faculty of Visual and Applied Arts
Majors: Painting, Graphic, Photography, Carpet Design, Handicrafts, Art Research
  • Faculty of Art Religions and Civilizations
Majors: Writing and Painting, Islamic Art, Art Research
  • Faculty of Art Entrepreneurship
Majors: Urban Economics, Economics of Art, Art Entrepreneurship, Tourism Management

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Coordinates: 32°39′26″N 51°40′33″E / 32.65722°N 51.67583°E / 32.65722; 51.67583