History

April, 1970

Established Nagoya University of the Arts at Kumanosho, Shikatsu-cho and Tokushige, Nishiharu-cho, Nishikasugai-gun, Aichi-ken.

School of Music:
Ordinary admission capacity: 70 (Department of Voice Performance: 10 / Department of Instrumental Performance: 25 / Department of Music Education: 35)
School of Art:
Ordinary admission capacity: 80 (Department of Painting: 30 / Department of Sculpture: 10 / Department of Design: 40)

East Campus (ca. 1970)
April, 1975

Increased admission capacity for ordinary admission in accordance with approval for amendment of school regulation pertaining to increase of admission capacity of Nagoya University of the Arts.

School of Music:
Ordinary admission capacity: 110 (Department of Voice Performance: 15 / Department of Instrumental Performance: 35 / Department of Music Education: 60)
School of Art:
Ordinary admission capacity: 120 (Department of Painting: 45 / Department of Sculpture: 15 / Department of Design: 60)

West Capmus (ca. 1976)
April, 1986

Increased admission capacity for ordinary admission in accordance with approval for amendment of school regulation pertaining to increase of admission capacity of Nagoya University of the Arts.

School of Music:
Ordinary admission capacity: 160 (Department of Voice Performance: 30 / Department of Instrumental Performance: 60 / Department of Music Education: 70)
School of Art:
Ordinary admission capacity: 180 (Department of Painting: 70 / Department of Sculpture: 20 / Department of Design: 90)

December, 1991

Established the “Nagoya Jiyu Gakuin’s Kiso Seminar House” in Kiso-mura,Kiso-gun, Nagano-ken.

Nagoya Jiyu Gakuin’s
Kiso Seminar House
April, 1992

Temporarily increased admission capacity for ordinary admission in accordance with approval for amendment of school regulation pertaining to increase of admission capacity of Nagoya University of the Arts. (Effective from April, 1992 to March, 1997)

School of Music:
Ordinary admission capacity: 175 (Department of Voice Performance: 30 /
Department of Instrumental Performance: 75 / Department of Music Education: 70)
School of Art:
Ordinary admission capacity: 220 (Department of Painting: 80 / Department of Sculpture: 25 / Department of Design: 115)

November, 1994

Concluded a contract agreement for accommodation with atelier with La Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris. (Contract effective until 2060.)

La Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris
April, 1995

Increased admission capacity for mid-course entry admission in accordance with approval for amendment of school regulation pertaining to increase of admission capacity of Nagoya University of the Arts.

School of Music:
Mid-course entry admission capacity: 15 (Department of Voice Performance: 3 / Department of Instrumental Performance: 5 / Department of Music Education: 7)
School of Art:
Mid-course entry admission capacity: 20 (Department of Painting: 10 / Department of Design: 10)

Established the Master’s Program in Molding (admission capacity: 10),Graduate School of Art, Nagoya University of the Arts.

April, 1997

Extended the term of temporary increase of admission capacity for ordinary admission in accordance with approval for amendment of school regulation pertaining to increase of admission capacity of Nagoya University of the Arts. (Effective from April, 1997 to March, 2000.)

School of Music:
Ordinary admission capacity: 175 (Department of Voice Performance: 30 / Department of Instrumental Performance: 75 / Department of Music Education: 70)
School of Art:
Ordinary admission capacity: 220 (Department of Painting: 80 / Department of Sculpture: 25 / Department of Design: 115)

Established Master’s Program in Voice Performance (admission capacity: 5) and Master’s Program in Instrumental Performance (admission capacity: 6),Graduate School of Music, Nagoya University of the Arts.

November, 1997

Established “Nagoya University of the Arts’ Tokoname Atelier” in Tokoname-shi, Aichi-ken.

Nagoya University of the Arts’ Tokoname Atelier
April, 2000

Changed admission capacity for ordinary admission in accordance with approval for amendment of school regulation pertaining to change of admission capacity of Nagoya University of the Arts.

School of Music:
Ordinary admission capacity: 185 (Department of Voice Performance: 50 / Department of Instrumental Performance: 85 / Department of Music Education: 50)
School of Art:
Ordinary admission capacity: 305 (Department of Painting: 80 / Department of Sculpture: 50 / Department of Design: 175)

April, 2001

Established Department of Applicative Music Culture (admission capacity: 50) in the School of Music, Nagoya University of the Arts.

Established Department of Art Culture (admission capacity: 30) in the School of Art, Nagoya University of the Arts.

Changed the name of the School of Art’s “Department of Sculpture” to “Department of Molding.”

April, 2002

Established the Department of Design (ordinary admission capacity: 175 / mid-course entry admission capacity: 10), School of Design, Nagoya University of the Arts.

April, 2004

Established the Master’s Program in Musicology (admission capacity: 8) in the Graduate School of Music, Nagoya University of the Arts.

April, 2005

Reorganized the School of Music’s Department of Voice Performance,Department of Instrumental Performance, Department of Music Education,and Department of Applicative Music Culture into the Department of Performance (admission capacity: 115) and Department of Creative Music Culture (admission capacity: 120).

Changed the name of Graduate School of Art’s “Master’s Program in Molding” to “Master’s Program in Art.”

Established the Master’s Program in Design (admission capacity: 10), Graduate School of Design.

April, 2006

Changed the name of “Shikatsu Campus” to “East Campus” and “Nishiharu Campus” to “West Campus” in accordance with the establishment of Kitanagoya-shi.

Upper photo: East Campus
Lower photo: West Campus
April, 2007

Established the Department of Child Development (ordinary admission capacity: 140 / mid-course entry admission capacity: 10), School of Human Development, Nagoya University of the Arts.

April, 2008

Reorganized the School of Art’s Department of Painting, Department of Molding, and Department of Art Culture into the Department of Art (ordinary admission capacity: 160 / mid-course entry admission capacity: 10).

April, 2011

Established the Master’s Program in Human Development (admission capacity: 10), Graduate School of Human Development, Nagoya University of the Arts.

August, 2012

Changed the name of “Nagoya Jiyu Gakuin’s Kiso Seminar House” to “Nagoya University of the Arts Group’s Kiso Seminar House.”

April, 2015

Changed admission capacity for ordinary admission in accordance with approval for amendment of school regulation pertaining to change of admission capacity of Nagoya University of the Arts.

School of Music:
Ordinary admission capacity: 150 (Department of Performance: 60 / Department of Creative Music Culture: 90)
School of Art:
Ordinary admission capacity: 120

April, 2017

Reorganized the Department of Performance and Department of Creative Music Culture, School of Music, the Department of Art, School of Art, and the Department of Design, School of Design into the Department of the Arts, School of the Arts.