Kyoto University of Art and Design

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Kyoto University of Art & Design (京都造形芸術大学, Kyōto zōkei geijutsu daigaku) is a private university in Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan. The predecessor of the school was founded in 1934. It was chartered as a junior college in 1977 and became a four-year college in 1991.

The university retains many distinguished visual and performing artists as regular faculty and guest lecturers. Since 2004, the university's International Research Center for the Arts (IRCA) has welcomed guest artists from the Americas, Europe, and Japan.

Departments and Faculties[edit]

Ningenkan, Kyoto University of Arts and Design
  1. Faculty of Art and Design
  2. Department of Art Studies and Produce
  3. Department of Historical Heritage
  4. Department of Film Production
  5. Department of Performing Arts
  6. Department of Fine and Applied Arts
  7. Department of Art and Child Studies
  8. Department of Character Design
  9. Department of Information Design
  10. Department of Space Design
  11. Department of Environmental Design
  12. Department of Product Design

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Coordinates: 35°02′14″N 135°47′32″E / 35.03722°N 135.79222°E / 35.03722; 135.79222