Teaching achievements and activities

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TAKEDA Atsushi
Tama Art UniversityFaculty of Art and Design
Department of Ceramic,Glass,andMetal Works
Visiting professor
Date of Birth Feb 14, 1941 / male
E-mail】
takeart@oak.zero.ad.jp
Short CV
Undergraduate education: university / department / major
  1. Tokyo Gakugei University・Faculty of Education
    ・Type of school
    University
    ・Date of graduation
    Mar, 1966
    ・Graduation classification
    Graduated
    ・Country
    JAPAN
Employment history (Tama Art University)
  1. Tama Art University Faculty of Art and Communication Evening Division Department of Fine Arts
    Part-time lecturer (Apr, 2001 - Mar, 2003)
  2. Tama Art University Abolition organization Art and Design Evening Division
    Part-time lecturer (Apr, 2001 - Mar, 2002)
  3. Tama Art University Faculty of Art and Communication Evening Division Department of Fine Arts
    Visiting professor (Apr, 2003 - Mar, 2011)
  4. Tama Art University Faculty of Art and Design Department of Ceramic,Glass,andMetal Works
    Visiting professor (Apr, 2005 -  )
Employment history (other)
  1. Yamatane Museum of Art (June, 1966 - July, 1968)
  2. Hokkaido Museum of Art assistant curator (Aug, 1968 - Mar, 1970)
  3. Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art Curator (Apr, 1977 - Mar, 1980)
  4. Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art Chief Curator (Apr, 1980 - Mar, 1987)
  5. Yokohama Museum of Art Chief Curator (Apr, 1989 - Mar, 2000)

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Association/Committee membership
  1. International association of Art Critics (Sep, 1982 -  ) [JAPAN]
  2. Association for Glass Art Studies,Japan (Apr, 1993 -  ) [JAPAN]
Research activities
Literary works
  1. <Japanese>
    Pascin [(July, 1995)] Atsushi TAKEDA
    ・Type of literary work
    The book ( the science book )
    ・Form of literary work
    Editing and writing
    ・Field of study code (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research category)
     
  2. <Japanese>
    all about glass [(Jan, 1993)]  
    ・Type of literary work
    The book ( the science book )
    ・Form of literary work
    The multiple authorship
    ・Field of study code (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research category)
     
  3. <Japanese>
    60 years of Fumio Kitaoka's woodblock Prints: An Exploration of print and Form [(Nov, 2003)] Atsushi TAKEDA
    ・Type of literary work
    The book ( the science book )
    ・Form of literary work
    Editing and writing
    ・Field of study code (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research category)
     

Updated Sep 08, 2007

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