The Graduate School of Global Arts
Master’s Course
in Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices
has begun.

The Graduate School of Global Arts was officially launched this spring. 14 postgraduate students have joined the “Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices” Master’s course including international students from the Philippines, China and Korea. On the 4th and 5th of April the postgraduate students were introduced to the campus and program by the faculty staff and were offered a tour of Senju and Ueno Campus, and on the 6th, of April classes began. To coincide with the launch of the new department and course, the department’s website has also been re-launched.

One of the special features of our course is that while each student chooses a specialized route of study from among the core areas of Arts Management, Curation and Research, all postgraduate students can also attend classes outside of their specialized area depending on their research interests and requirements.

Throughout the year, the Graduate School of Global Arts will organize lectures and symposiums that are available for the public to attend. Guest professors will be invited from overseas for several of these lectures. The graduate school will also organize a range of research workshops and presentations by students on their postgraduate research and practice. Information about these events will be made available on the department’s website. Please see our new website for further information.