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Master's in Painting in Asia

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Dalseo-gu, South Korea

Beginning with the Department of Fine Arts and Crafts in 1964, the Department of Painting was established in 1972, and has been divided into East and Western painting majors. ... +

Beginning with the Department of Fine Arts and Crafts in 1964, the Department of Painting was established in 1972, and has been divided into East and Western painting majors. In 1984, it was established as a Western painting department with the enrolment quota of 40. -
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English, Chinese, Korean
Mar 2022
 
Naha, Japan

This program is comprised of oil painting and Japanese painting. For oil painting, students strive to enhance their experience in advanced artistic expression, focusing on can ... +

This program is comprised of oil painting and Japanese painting. For oil painting, students strive to enhance their experience in advanced artistic expression, focusing on canvas painting, printmaking, photo, installation, and performance art. For Japanese painting, students aim for expertise in materials and techniques as well as the study of diverse artistic expressions. Furthermore, special training classes with multiple and diversified studies approaches for materials and techniques serve to enhance the evolution of formative arts. -
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Japanese
Apr 2022
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Moscow, Russia

The Institute of Fine Arts was established in August 2015 as the result of a merge of the Art and Graphic faculty and the Music faculty. The Art and Graphic Faculty dates back ... +

The Institute of Fine Arts was established in August 2015 as the result of a merge of the Art and Graphic faculty and the Music faculty. The Art and Graphic Faculty dates back to 1937 when teaching courses for training teachers of drawing and technical drawing were organized. The Music faculty was established in 1959. A. Sveshnikov, the Rector of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, took an active part in the development of the Faculty. -
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