|Description: ||The Taipei National University of the Arts (TNUA) was established in 1982 to encourage and develop the state of the arts in Taiwan. Since its founding, TNUA has been committed to nurturing its students into confident, skillful, and talented artists. University alumni have played and will continue to play an important and influential role in fostering a creative environment for the arts.|
Currently TNUA has undergraduate departments in music, traditional music, fine arts, theatre arts, theatre design and technology, and dance (including a three-year undergraduate preparatory program).
Its graduate schools include music, musicology, orchestral instruments, fine arts, art history, plastic arts, arts and technology, theatre studies, theatre design and technology, theatre performance, playwriting, filmmaking, dance choreography, dance performance, dance theory, folk culture and arts, arts administration and management, architecture and historic preservation, and museum studies.
To further reinforce and strengthen ties with the local and international art community, TNUA places top priority on public awareness. Continuing education courses, publication of art materials, and an increase in performances and exhibitions on the Kuandu campus are anticipated future projects. Furthermore, TNUA plans to enhance international participation and cooperation.
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|Submitted on:|| May 17, 2006 |