Design Academia - 国公立デザイン系大学会議

Participating University TagsShizuoka University of Art and Culture

Shizuoka University of Art and Culture is a public university consisting of two faculties and two graduate schools: The Faculty of Cultural Policy and Management and the Faculty of Design, and the Graduate School of Cultural Policy and Management and the Graduate School of Design. It was opened in 2000 as a private university with "Public-Private System" in collaboration with the local industry.
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Acquire the Ability to Design for the Modern World

Shizuoka University of Art and Culture is a public university consisting of two faculties and two graduate schools: The Faculty of Cultural Policy and Management and the Faculty of Design, and the Graduate School of Cultural Policy and Management and the Graduate School of Design. It was opened in 2000 as a private university with “Public-Private System” in collaboration with the local industry. At the time of its opening, the university consisted of three departments in the School of Cultural Policy and three departments in the School of Design, to develop human resources who can respond to the demands of the times and being open to the region, the world, […]

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2021.7.2

Design Class Policy for 2020

Effectiveness of the System in Distance Learning On April 17, 2020, the university announced a policy that all first semester classes will be conducted entirely by remote learning from May 11 to August 7, 2020. To make full use of the university’s information facilities, it was recommended that, as a rule, all faculties use the “manaba” learning support system for on-demand classes, and “PowerPoint” files with narration be used for viewing. However, seminar classes and other classes were also allowed in real-time interactive classes. When conducting real-time classes, the use of Microsoft Teams is recommended because all students can use “Office365”. The university, which has about 1,450 students, had only […]

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2021.7.2

Nurturing "Takumi" Comprising Both Problem-Solving Ability and High Technical Ability

In April 2019, Shizuoka University of Art and Culture, Faculty of Design, focuses on acquiring knowledge of traditional architecture and crafts in Japan such as history, culture, and the relationship with modern society, as well as basic skills that have been passed down. In conjunction, the Takumi Design area was established to develop students who can create new traditional architecture and crafts designs that can be adapted to modern society. “Takumi” here means traditional techniques that have been inherited by craftsmen who have excellent skills in Japanese traditional architecture and crafts.   Background for the new area The traditional architecture and crafts that reflect Japanese sensibilities and aesthetics are in […]

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2020.3.31