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Master’s Degree Program in Fine Arts

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Master’s Degree Program in Fine Arts

Discipline Code: 135108

.General introduction of the discipline and the research fields

The Master’s degree program in fine arts of Jiangsu University sets up six research directions for Chinese Painting, Chinese Calligraphy, Visual and Information Design, Environmental and Public Art Design, Industrial Design and Digital Media Design. Cultivating a professional characteristics is the mainstay of Art School, Hence the pivot of creativity and artistic inner qualities are taken into account as innovation and creativity are the bench mark of the department. The teaching achievement emphasizes on creative practice and aims at cultivating a high-level of applied special talents in the field of art creation. With central laboratories and workshops, professional literature rooms and experimental facilities, college of Art have a comprehensive laid solid material foundation to enhance postgraduate education to the international standards.

. Goal and objectives

The purpose is to train elites with art design practice skills on a high level of artistic design practice, the strong ability to express, analyze and solve problems. Those elites can continue to pay attention to the developmental trends at the forefront of the discipline at home and abroad. They can meet the needs of social, economic and cultural development. They can become a high-level application of specialized personnel who are capable of design units, institutions, research and government departments such as art and art design practice, management, teaching, art design activities planning and organization.

. Study duration and the way to cultivate

1. The basic way of master graduate training is the tutor-responsible system. After postgraduate students enroll in school, students should finish the bidirectional mutual selection to choose the mentor. Under the guidance of the instructor, graduates should complete the research topics, the system to explore, which can combine classroom teaching and social research practice, theoretical research and personality creation.

2. Curriculum provision should be oriented by practical application, aimed at occupational demand and centered by comprehensive quality, application of knowledge and ability to improve. The course set is divided into four major modules: degree public courses, major compulsory courses, professional elective courses and professional practice. The training process highlights the professional characteristics and focuses on practical education. Postgraduates during school time should be under the guidance of an assigned instructor to have a planned purpose to participate in social practice activities and to actively grasp the opportunity of artistic practice. Our college has cooperative exchange platform with some foreign universities and a joint training mechanism has been established. Part of eligible students can be selected to participate in exchange learning projects, and get the appropriate proof of the exchange of learning communication.

3. The graduate students for art major are required to accomplish at least 27 course credits which should be earned from the courses taken and the credits for degree courses should be more than 15. The completion of 27 credits-courses are usually within one year, while the additional 1.5 to 2 years are used to complete the dissertation research and oral examination in thesis defense.

4. Study duration is at least 2 years (including 2 years),not more than5 years.

IV. Requirement for the course credits

Course Category    

Course name

Credits

Term

Colleges

Languages

For Courses

Remark

Degree

Courses

Public Degree Courses

Overview of China

3

1

Overseas Education College

Bilingual

Compulsory

Chinese

2

1

Language & Culture Center

Bilingual

Chinese

2

2

Language & Culture Center

Bilingual

Fundamental &Theoretical

Courses

Art History Studies

2

1

School of Art

Bilingual

At least 5 credits

Art Theory and Method of Research

3

1

School of Art

Bilingual

Psychology in Art

2

1

School of Art

Bilingual

Core

Specialized   Degree

Courses

Chinese Folk Arts

3

1

School of Art

Bilingual

Compulsory

Non-Degree   Courses

Special

Compulsory Course

Media Art and Creative Industry Services

2

1-3

School   of Art

Experiment platform

Compulsory

Art styles and genres

2

1-3

School of Art

Frontier lecture

Research and Reading on Literature of   Artistic  

2

1

School of Art

Bilingual

Pick   one of two

Literature   study and Paper writing

2

1

School of Art

Bilingual

Special

Elective   Courses

A Study on the Art of Chinese Painting

Art Appraisal and Collection    

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Choose one module for

6 credits


Chinese Painting from Life and Copying Research

2

2

School of Art

Bilingual

Practice of Chinese Painting Art

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

A Study on the Art of Calligraphy in China

Art Appraisal and Collection

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Calligraphy Copy and Classical Reading

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Chinese Calligraphy Studies  

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Study on the Design of Human Settlements in China

Design of Traditional Human Settlement Environment

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Design of Contemporary Human Settlement   Environment

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Design Practice of Contemporary Human Settlement  Environment

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Research on the Modern Application of Chinese Traditional   Creation Theory

The research on Chinese Traditional Design Theory and its modern   application

3

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Practical Application of Chinese Traditional   Design Theory

3

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Research on Digital Media and Cultural Inheritance

Introduction Of Digital Culture Heritage And Inheritance  

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Application of Digital Media Technology

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Design Practice of VR/AR Technology and Culture Heritage   Protect  

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Visual thinking and Creative Practice

Research of Culture Creativity and Folk Art

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Research of Visual Communication Design and Theory

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Visual Thinking and Creative Practice

2

2

School   of Art

Bilingual

Public Elective   Course

All courses in all discipline

Selective

V. Credits requirement for the practice (≥ 28 credits)

Graduate students must participate in the academic activities and compulsory links during the same credit system, collectively referred to as practice credits. Practice credits and courses credits are not common. Graduate student credits and practical credits are required to meet the requirements before they can enter the degree thesis to reply to the dissertation defense link.

1Academic activities (≥2 credits)

Graduate students must participate in "academic ethics lectures", domestic and foreign well-known experts and scholars of the lectures, academic reports, graduate forums and other academic research activities organized by the university. A complete academic report should be formed after participating in academic research activities. Postgraduates during the school time should hand in more than 10 academic reports. Academic activities are subjected to examination by subject or mentor.

At the same time, in order to broaden the academic perspective of graduate students, the university encourages graduate students to participate in international conferences or national high-level academic conferences in the school, read academic papers and exchange speeches at the conference. Graduate students in international conferences or national high-level academic conference who qualify with their academic papers are added as part of their academic activities, the specific requirements determined by the discipline.

2Literature reading (≥2 credits)

Graduate students should complete the classics reading which the instructor designates. The professional literature reading should not be less than 60,000 words, with a certain ability to study academic literature and self-access to knowledge. Literature reading should be accessed and recorded into grades by the subject group of experts before the opening of the dissertation. Failures cannot enter the opening part of the degree thesis.

3Seminar (1 credit / time)

Graduate students in the academic period must be open within the scope of literature exchange, academic research progress reports and seminars. Graduate students shall not be less than 1 time with the purpose of promoting graduate research interdisciplinary.

4Practice links (≥23 credits)

Postgraduates must carry out practicing skills (6 credits) for at least 3 months. (2 credits);

Postgraduates should participate in the exhibition practice links for at least 2 times such as design competition activities or design projects, summing up the results of practical activities and the exhibition organized by the organization;

Postgraduates should participate in art tours for more than three times (3 credits), including the museum inspection , folk art survey, art and design exhibition observation, the study report submission;

The artist's practice under the guidance of professional direction (6 credits). Postgraduates should carry out independent original artistic creation or management planning activities under the direction of the professional direction instructor and publish the creation exhibition of the corresponding works in the third semester. The results of the artistic practice are quantified, and the quantity and size requirements are shown in Table 1.

Graduation design practice link (6 credits). Master of Fine Arts Degree Applicants are required to carry out independent original works of art or management planning activities for graduation design, not less than 6 months. A graduation design exhibition should be held in the fourth semester and creative details and requirements can be referred to the "No.7, The display requirements of Graduation professional ability".


Table 1 The Requirements of the Achievement of Artistic Creation

Major

QuantityContents

Size

Others

Chinese Painting

3-5 creative works

Not less than 4 feet away or bucket   side

15 various forms of works. Size is   not limited

Calligraphy

5-7 creative works

Not less than 4 feet away or bucket   side

15 various forms of works. Size is   not limited

Visual and Information Design

a series of creative works related   to a topic (no less than 8 pieces)


Works can be two-dimensional,   three-dimensional and comprehensive form

Environment and Public Art Design

a series of creative works related   to a topic (no less than 8 pieces)


The form is not limited

Industrial Design

a series of creative works related   to a topic (no less than 5 pieces)


The form is not limited

Digital Media Design

a series of creative works related   to a topic (no less than 2 sets)


The form is not limited


Note: The participation in various design competitions and exhibitions during the reading period is encouraged and the corresponding credits can be achieved. National and above exhibitions (National Association of Fine Arts, Federation of literary and art circles, Ministry of Culture jointly or separately) (6 credits) (6 credits), Provincial exhibitions (jointly organized by the Provincial Arts Association, Federation of Literary and Art Circles, Cultural Unions) (3 credits) and municipal exhibitions (Prefecture-level city Associations of Art, the Federation of Literary and Art Circles, the Department of Culture jointly or separately) (1 credits). The credits can be replaced with credits for "practice sessions".


Ⅵ. Advisory committee and supervisory


The master postgraduate students should be directed by a qualified major supervisor (Ph.D. graduate faculty), as well as a committee panel containing several qualified co-advisors/committee members. The Advisory Committee initially consists of at least 4 members of the Graduate Faculty, including the Major Advisor, who acts as the chair. At least 2 members must be from the School of Art, with at least 1 of these being a full member of the Graduate Faculty. The remaining 2 members may be from School of Management or another college, with 1 being a full member of the Graduate Faculty. If the student declares a minor, 1 committee member must be from the minor department. The committee should be established by the end of the second semester of the student’s graduate career.

VII. Dissertation

1The opening of the dissertation

The opening of the dissertation is the primary link in the process of postgraduate training. Before writing the thesis, postgraduates must search for a great quantity of literature, especially the foreign literature and study the history and current situation of the main research direction. The report should discuss the key issues such as the basis of the thesis, research program, expected target and scientific research, work plan and so on.

Postgraduate dissertation tries the collective opening by the discipline (College) unified organization and must be approved by the mentor’s consent of the examination before proceeding. Each subject should set up a degree thesis expert assessment team (mentor and steering group members must avoid), composed of 5 experts related to the subject or disciplines to determine a person in charge of the opening of the examination work. (Degree) system, the subject (College) should announce the degree of time, place and other specific information online in advance. Each postgraduate has at least two opportunities of the opening and the duration of the thesis, and the interval between the two openings should not be less than three months. When a postgraduate fails two opportunities they are dropped.

The examination of the opening of dissertation should be for one year (or at least 11 months) before the application to submit a dissertation.

2Published academic papers and obtained scientific research

Postgraduates should actively write academic papers and obtain certain scientific research achievements during their studies. For details, please refer to the relevant requirements of the Jiangsu University on the Academic Articles of Academic Degrees and the Academic Degrees of Academic Degrees.

3Writing thesis

The dissertation must be completed independently by the postgraduate under the guidance of the instructor. The format of the thesis is described in the format of writing the postgraduate degree thesis of Jiangsu University. The dissertation should conform to the academic norms, standards and methods of academic consensus, prevent plagiarism and all misconduct. The text should be clear, structured and concise. The number of dissertation is not less than 40,000 words (English words, excluding charts).

4Review and defense

The requirements of the review and defense of the dissertation can see the Jiangsu University Degree Grant Work Implementation Details and Jiangsu University Graduate Degree Thesis Blind Trial Interim Measures and other related requirements. In addition, the defense experts must include a relevant expert.


Ⅷ. Practice process and requirement


Graduate students are required to participate in the professional teaching practice, including the guidance of undergraduate experiment, marking the lab reports and homework to complete at least 60-70 hours of work. The practice process will be reviewed by the teachers in charge of teaching. The graduate students are also required to attend related seminars and expert forum, and if possible, to participate in social investigation and research or technology promotion. See also <Training Program of Jiangsu University for Graduate Students (general)>, <Jiangsu University graduate training process Introduction>.


IX. Other issues and requirements

Graduate students are required to initiate their thesis study projects prior to the end of the second semester. The medium-term examination for thesis study is scheduled in the fourth semester. Other following important schedules relevant to your graduate study could be found from the Overseas Education College (OEC) at Jiangsu University. In general, a Master’s student is required to have a research proposal and a plan of study accepted by his or her Graduate Advisory Committee by the end of the second semester of study. A list of completed courses and those proposed to meet school requirements should also be prepared. A meeting of the Advisory Committee should be convened by the student to discuss his/her proposal and course work.

Every graduate student is required to publish at least one research paper in a relevant domestic or international journals, or to make a speech at an international academic conference (submit relevant certificates) prior to being eligible to apply a dissertation defense. The thesis must demonstrate a mastery of research techniques, ability to perform original and independent research, and skill in formulating conclusions that enlarge upon or modify accepted ideas.

The above achievements are required to be with the first unit of Jiangsu University.


X. Requirements of graduation professional ability display

1The overall requirements

The specific contents of the professional ability display are: the program of independent original works of art or management plan submitted by the applicant for the master's degree.

2Specific requirements

Chinese Painting graduation creation should provide 8 to 10 pieces and 15 selected works;

Calligraphy Graduation creation should provide 15 calligraphy or seal original works;

Visual and Information Design graduation creation should hand in a series of works of original design (more than 8) according to the topic to determine the overall creative ideas;

Environment and Public Art Design graduation creation should hand in a series of works of original design (more than 8) according to the topic to determine the overall creative ideas;

Industrial Design graduation creation should provide 3 sets (each set of is not less than 3) of original works program according to the topic;

Digital Media Design graduation creation should provide 1 to 3 sets (each set of not less than 2) of original works program according to the topic.

Appendix: Contents of the required main classics and professional academic journals to read

Main classics

1. Chen Wangheng. History of Chinese Classical Aesthetic. (three sections), Wuhan University Press, 2007 edition  

2. Deng Qiaobin. History of Chinese Painting Thought. Guizhou People's Press, 2012 edition

3. Wang Zhaowen. History of Chinese Art (Primeval times--- Qing Dynasty, a total of 12 volumes) Beijing Normal University Press, 2011 version

4. Wang Bomin. General History of Chinese Painting (two sections), Sanlian Bookstore Press, 2008 Edition

5. Wang Shucun. History of Chinese Folk-Art. Lingnan Art Press, 2004 edition

6. Yu Jianhua. Selected Works of Chinese Painting, Jiangsu Fine Arts Press, 2007 Edition

7. Selected Papers of Ancient Calligraphy, Shanghai Calligraphy and Painting Press, 1979 edition

8. History of Chinese Calligraphy (pre-Qin --- Qing Dynasty) (a total of 7 volumes) Jiangsu Education Press, 2002 edition

9. Lv Peng. History of 20th Century Chinese Art (two sections), Peking University Press, 2007 Edition

10. Guo Zaiyi. Exegesis. Zhonghua Book Company, 2005 edition

11. Du Zexun. The Summary of Philology. Zhonghua Book Company, 2008 Edition

12. Zhao Yiheng. Semiotic Theory and Deduction. Nanjing University Press, 2011 Edition

13. (British) Gombricki. History of Art Development. Tianjin People's Fine Arts Press, 2006 Edition

14. Zhu Boxiong. History of World Art. (a total of 12 volumes). Shandong Fine Arts Press, 2006 Edition

15. Wang Shouzhi. History of World Modern Design. China Youth Press, 2002 Edition

16. Wang Shouzhi. History of World Graphic Design. China Youth Press, 2002 Edition

17. Peng Yigang. Theory of Architectural Space Combination. China Construction Industry Press, 2008 Edition

18. (American) Norman K. Booth. Elements of Landscape Design. China Forestry Press, 1989 Edition

19. (American) Ian Lennox McHagg. Design with the Nature. Tianjin University Press, 2008 Edition

20. (American) Clare Cooper Marcus &Caroline Francis.  Humanity: Guide to Urban Open Space Design. China Construction Industry Press, 2001 Edition

21. (English)William Hogarth. The Analysis of Beauty. Guangxi Normal University Press, 2002 Edition

22. (Danish)Jan Gail. Intercourse and Space. China Architecture and Industry Press, 2002 Edition

23. (American)Reed. Landscape Design: from Concept to Form. China Construction Industry Press, 2010 Edition

24. (American)Kevin Lynch. City Intention. Huaxia Press, 2001 Edition

25. Yu Kongjian. Landscape: Ecology, Culture, Perception. Science Press, 2008 Edition

26. (American)Rudolf Amnheim. Visual Thinking. Sichuan People' s Press, 1998 Edition

27. (American)Susan Lange. Art Issues. Nanjing Press, 2006 Edition

28. (Japanese)Kohei Sugiura. The Design within Design. Shandong People's Press, 2006 Edition

29. (Japanese)Shigeo Fukuda. Shigeo Fukuda’s Design imagination and Graphic meaning. Sichuan Fine Arts Press, 2005 Edition

30. (British) Frank Whitford &Lin He (translator). Bauhaus. Triple Bookstore, 2001 Edition

31. (Japanese)Kohei Sugiura. The Birth of the Shape. China Youth Press, 1999 Edition

32. Chen Nan. Thinking and Method of Design. Hubei Fine Arts Press, 2009 Edition

33. (American)Wilbur Schramm, William Porter, He Daoyuan(Translator), Introduction to Communication Studies. Renmin university of China Press, 2010 Edition

34. (Ming Dynasty) Song Yingxing, Heavenly Creations, Yuelu Book Club, 2002 Edition

35. Li Yanzu, Design Aesthetics. Tsinghua University Press, 2006 Edition

36. Li Lixin, Research Methods of Design Art, Jiangsu Fine Arts Press, 2010 Edition

37. Zhuge Kai, Ten Lessons of Design Art, Shandong Art Press, 2009 Edition

38. Wang Hu, Design History, Jiangsu Fine Arts Press, 2010 Edition


Main Chinese Professional Academic Journals

1. "Art research"

2. "Art"

3. "Art and Design"

4. "Art Exploration"

5. "Chinese calligraphy"

6. "Calligraphy"

7. "Art Panorama"

8. "Art Research"

9. “New art"

10." Decoration"

11."Beauty Garden"

12."Archaeological"

13."Cultural Relics"

14."Universe of Cultural Relics"

15."Archaeological Journal"

16."National Art"

17." Art Education"

18. "Art and Design"

19. "Art Review"

20. "Art Observation"

21. "Various Schools of Thinkers of Art"

22. "Art Journal"

23. "Book and Painting"

24. "World Art"

25. "Art of China"

26 "Packaging and Design"


Main Foreign Professional Academic Journals

1. Art Asia Pacific

2. Watercolor

3. Sculptural Pursuit

4. Artist’s Magazine

5. Modern Painters

6. 趣味の水墨画 (Japanese): Fun ink painting

7. 日本の美(Japanese): The Beauty of Japan

8. Etapes

9. Graphis

10. Axis

11. Design News

12. Design Report

13. AZURE

14. MODO

15. Interior Design

16. Design Management Journal

17. Designers Digest

18. I.D.

19. Form

20. HOW

21. Communication Arts

22. Icon

23. Eye

24. Creative Review

25. Designers-Digest


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