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Hiroshima City University

Department of Design and Applied Arts

Department of Design and Industrial Arts

Graduate School of Arts (Master’s Degree Program)
Department of Design and Applied Arts

Fostering creativity and innovation for the improvement and sophistication of a modern lifestyle

Education and Research Outline

The mission of design and industrial arts is to create a new lifestyle of a higher dimension. To fulfill this mission, the Department of Design and Industrial Arts seeks to explore Japan’s distinctive aesthetic sensibility, cultivated over a long and rich history, and deepen understanding in each specialized field of design and industrial arts. In the graduate program, students aim to produce new, innovative design prototypes in response to the challenges facing the field of industrial arts. The department’s overall goal is to study the role of visual arts as an element of our increasingly diverse and multi-faceted lifestyles from a wide perspective, which encompasses both design and industrial arts. Students will have the opportunity to learn from our excellent faculty, in various fields of expertise. This flexible curriculum offers a welcome departure from conventional design and industrial arts programs, and fosters innovation and creativity in the field.

Faculty members

●Department of Design and Applied Arts
Division Position: Name
Visual Communication Design Professor:NOUJIMA, Masahiro
Associate Professor:NAKAMUARA, Kei
Product Design Professor:YOSHIADA, Yukihiro
Lecturer   :  FUJIE, Ryutaro
Digital Media Professor:KASAHARA, Hiroshi
Lecturer   :  SHIROI, Aya
Metal Design Professor:MINAMI, Masano
Professor:NAGAMI, Fumito
Textiles Professor:KURAUCHI, Hiroshi
Associate Professor:NODA, Mutsumi
Lacquer Arts Professor:OHTUKA, Tomotsugu
Lecturer:AOKI, Shinsuke
●Contemporary Art
Division Position: Name
Contemporary Art Professor:EBISAWA, Tatsuo
Lecturer:FURUKATA, Taro
●Art History & Theory
Division Position: Name
Art History & Theory

Associate Professor:JOICHI, Mariko
Associate Professor:ISHIMATSU, Noriko

*Any faculty member marked with an asterisk* is scheduled to retire in March, 2014.