Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts

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Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts
鲁迅美术学院
Former names
Luxun Academy of Arts
Established1938
Location, ,
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Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts, or LAFA, is an art school in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China.

History[edit]

The school was founded in 1938 as Luxun Academy of Arts by Chinese Communist Party leaders, including Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai, in the town of Yan'an, Shaanxi Province.[1] The school was moved to Shenyang in 1940, span off its music department in 1953 (which later became Shenyang Conservatory of Music) and was renamed Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts in 1958.[2][3]

The composers of the original Lu Xun Academy in Yan'an and Shenyang include Ma Ke (composer) who composed the opera The White-Haired Girl, Chen Zi composer of the 1954 Liu Hulan (opera) and others.[4]

Campus[edit]

The Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts has two campuses: Shenyang Campus in downtown Shenyang, and Dalian Campus in Jinshitan, Dalian.[5]

Alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 中国“超级”大学:中国大学最新、最全数据及精要注评 (in Chinese). 中国经济出版社. 2006. p. 117. ISBN 978-7-999022-94-7. Retrieved 2024-02-21.
  2. ^ Introduction of Lu Xun Academy of Fine Arts Archived 2012-03-29 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ 辽宁省地方志编纂委员会. 办公室. 辽宁省志: 教育志. 辽宁省志 (in Chinese). 辽宁科学技术出版社. p. 504. Retrieved 2024-02-21.
  4. ^ 音乐史话. 中国史话 (in Chinese). 社会科学文献出版社. 2011. p. 136. ISBN 978-7-5097-2072-1. Retrieved 2024-02-21.
  5. ^ "校区介绍-鲁迅美术学院大连校区". www.lumei.edu.cn. 鲁迅美术学院. Retrieved 21 February 2024.
  6. ^ Berzinsh, Oksana (2019-04-01). "China to New York – Jia Aili Opens at Gagosian". Fine Art Globe. Retrieved 2022-11-26.
  7. ^ Havis, Richard (2018-11-27). "Under-the-radar filmmaker telling the hidden China stories". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 2022-11-26.
  8. ^ "Art Exposed: Lin Fei Fei". Comstock's magazine. Retrieved 2022-11-26.
  9. ^ "Photographer Luo Yang captures rare glimpse of China's 'brave and free' youth". the Guardian. 2022-05-19. Retrieved 2022-11-26.
  10. ^ "Contemporary Craft in Focus: Warrior with Color Face | Smithsonian American Art Museum". americanart.si.edu. Retrieved 2022-11-26.

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