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KANAZAWA COLLEGE OF ART

KANAZAWA BIJUTSU KOUGEI DAIGAKU
 
PROSPECTUS  

Visual Communication Design Course

This course provides classes aimed at practicing and learning about the media function as a social communication tool such as graphic design, commercial, video works, photography, computer graphics, package design and printed materials. Students learn the basic and application to become visual designers and creators. In the master program, students aim for higher levels of creativity while using their advanced skills. Throughout the doctoral program, students develop visual skills and design theories with historical and logical backgrounds.
This course prides itself on the high percent of employment of the graduation.

Professor
Professor
Professor
Associate Prof.
Lecturer
KUDO Toshiyuki (Advertisement)
TERAI Taketoshi (VI/Sign System)
SUZUKI Yasuo (Imagery)
SAKANO Toru (Editorial Design)
SHIMOHAMA Rintaro (Communication Design)
Visual Communication Design Course

 

Industrial Design Course

This course conducts the individual student to his or her product completion while obtaining basic knowledge of design. They design products in the context of social demands. Building upon discussions with users, students make products consisting of daily necessities : automobiles, communication tools, electronics, furniture and public facilities.
Master course students develop their expertise while at the same time gaining a wide range of product design knowledge as products. During the doctoral program, students present their original design as products simultaneously with their theses researching about design historically and logically.

Professor
Professor
Professor
Professor
Associate Prof.
MURANAKA Minoru (Information Products)
ASANO Takashi (Transportation Vehicle)
KAWASAKI Keigo (Home Appliances)
YASUSHIMA Satoshi (Universal Design)
NEGORO Takanari (Furniture, Home Furnishings)
Industrial Design Course

 

Interior & Architectural Design Course

Course participants in undergraduate level study basic ways to design display spaces and interior spaces using concepts of that based on architectural design. While residing in the characteristic natural environment and traditional urban features of Kanazawa, the students try to reflect their designs on the sites in the city. The goal of this course is to develop their skills to participate in the practical field of spatial design and community relation. During the masterís program, students improve their abilities to design, according to their topics proposed. Doctoral students develop their knowledge and skills while researching design history and theory.

Professor
Professor
Professor
Associate Prof.
Associate Prof.
SAKAMOTO Hideyuki (Architecture)
KADOYA Osamu (Interior Display)
TSUBA Takahiro (Landscape Architecture)
UNENO Yuji (Display Design)
KITAMURA Kenya (Interior Design)
Interior & Architectural Design Course