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About us

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About us


School of Culture Resources of TNUA educates students to shape culture through the practice and critical study of the cultural environment. The college prepares its students for lifelong creative work and service to art activities and projects through courses concerning art management, museum study and etc to help setting governmental policies and practicing all kinks of cultural business.
 
According the latest worldwide trend of cultural issues, we decide to breed professionals in the following field:
 
1.      Intangible Cultural Heritage
 
Intangible cultural heritage manifest in the following domains: oral traditions and expressions, including language as a vehicle of intangible cultural heritage, performing arts, social practices, rituals and festive events, knowledge and practices concerning nature and the universe, and traditional craftsmanship. We highlight the studies includes traditional music, traditional drama, traditional art, folk art and etc…
 
2.      Tangible Cultural Heritage
 
The studies of tangible cultural heritage include various types of plans and skills in investigation, preservation, maintenance, and construction. We focus on traditional architecture and settlement, historic preservation, maintenance of cultural scenes and etc…
 
3.      Cultural Administration and Art Management
 
Under the polarized situation between globalization and localization, justification of cultural environment and reconsideration of cultural policies are required. Issues of non-profit organization, BOT, Cultural Industries, local museums, cultural heritage, natural sites and the museum law, are questing for the new and creative policies for future management.
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