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10-10 Project Proposal

[Reference Part] - College of Fine Art

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5. Reference Materials

The link to the reference materials cited in the project plan: https://visualarts.snu.ac.kr/10-10_project

 

Major future programs:

 

Royal College of Art (QS #1): United Kingdom

Innovation Design Engineering

https://www.rca.ac.uk/study/programme-finder/innovation-design-engineering-ma-msc/#overview

Our interdisciplinary approach focuses on the exploration and development of impactful innovation through critical observation, disruptive design thinking, experimentation, exploration of emergent technologies, advanced engineering and enterprise activities.

 

Parsons School of Design at The New School (QS #3): United States

Design and Technology https://www.newschool.edu/parsons/bfa-design-technology-curriculum/

Development of innovative design solutions and creative expressions incorporating physical computing, coding, user experience, responsive environment, and immersion technology.

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) (QS #5): United States

MIT Media Lab https://www.media.mit.edu/

Research the education and future of expressions and communication based on digital technology.

Research by several media labs has shown significantly artistic aspects, some of which contain core technology but that is only a part of many projects that research labs are promoting.

A lot of research topics are related with the interaction between humans and computers and have accumulated research achievements related to user interface. Research groups are making efforts to conduct research with a wide perspective. For example, several groups are trying to create ‘intelligent objects’ that could recognize or predict surrounding environment and the objective and emotional state of users so that they could help users more effectively.

 

Art Center (QS #12): the United States

Media Design Practices

http://www.artcenter.edu/academics/graduate-degrees/media-design-practices/overview.html

Students work closely with faculty known for cutting-edge research and multidisciplinary expertise. Together, our lively community investigates emerging technologies, develops new methodologies, and applies design to global social issues.

 

Universität der Künste Berlin (QS #40): Germany

Art and Media https://www.udk-berlin.de/en/courses/art-and-media/

The study programme Art and Media is the only course at the UdK Berlin offering networked artistic teaching in the time-based media. Teachers of various subjects collaborate to offer this special study programme, the focus being on interplay between artistic experiment and technical media.

 

Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (QS #51-100): Germany

Art and Design> Media Art and Design, Media> Human-Computer Interaction

https://www.uni-weimar.de/en/media/studies/human-computer-interaction-msc/the-programme/

- Electroacoustic Composition and Sound Design (Prof. Robin Minard) 

- Experimental Radio (Prof. Nathalie Singer)

- Media Environments (Prof. Ursula Damm)

- Interface Design: Vertr.-Prof. Jason Reizner

- Media Events (Prof. Wolfgang Kissel)

- Multimedia Narration (Prof. Walter Bauer-Wabnegg) (The position is filled until the 1st quarter of 2020; there will be no replacement) 

 

 

 

 

 

The Current Status of MOU with Art Universities

 

 

Country

Foreign University

General Academic Exchange

Student Exchange

Signing

Date

Expiration Date

Note

1

Finland

Aalto University (QS 7)

Yes

Yes

1995.9.25.

Indefinite

Requirement for student exchange: design

2

China

Tsinghua University (QS 19)

Yes

 

2003.5.7.

Indefinite

 

3

Japan

Tokyo University of the Arts

 

Yes

2003.6.12.

Indefinite

 

4

Denmark

Aalborg University

Yes

Yes

2008.10.7.

2022.10.6.

 

5

Germany

Burg Glebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle

Yes

Yes

2009.3.23.

Indefinite

 

6

The Netherlands

Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) (QS 50-100)

Yes

Yes

2011.7.8.

2021.7.8.

 

7

The United States

School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) (QS 9)

Yes

Yes

2012.3.22.

2022.3.21.

Requirement for student exchange: 3 students per year

8

Japan

Chiba University

Yes

Yes

2013.1.9.

2019.1.1.

Requirement for student exchange: design

9

The United Kingdom

University of Brighton (QS 50-100)

Yes

 

2015.1.28.

2020.1.27.

Extension of the agreement under discussion

10

The United Kingdom

London Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design

 

 

2015.10.22.

2020.10.21.

 

11

Japan

TAMA Art University

 

Yes

2017.3.27.

Indefinite

Requirement for student exchange: one student per year

12

Germany

University of Art and Design Offenbach

Yes

Yes

2018.3.19.

2023.3.19.

Requirement for student exchange: 3 students per year

13

Hong Kong

City University of Hong Kong

 

Yes

2018.7.9.

2021.7.9.

 

14

Canada

Nova Scotia College of Art & Design (NSCAD)

Yes

Yes

2018.8.13.

2023.8.13.

Requirement for student exchange: undergraduate students only

15

Switzerland

ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne

Yes

Yes

2018.8.18.

2023.8.18.

 

16

The United States

East Carolina University (ECU

Yes

Yes

2019.8.5.

2024.8.4.

 

17

Australia

Swinburne University of Technology (QS 43)

Yes

 

2020.09.21.

2022.09.30.

 

18

Taiwan

National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (QS 50-100)

 

Yes

2020.10.14.

2025.10.13.

 

19

Russia

Tomsk State University

Yes

 

 

 

Signing of the agreement under discussion

20

Canada

OCAD University (QS 101-150)

 

 

 

 

Signing of the agreement under discussion

 

 

 

Curriculum Vitae of Project Manager

 

Name

Jung, Eui-Chul

Position

Associate Professor of Department of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Industrial Design

Professional

Experience

2002-2005

2004

2000-2002

 

1996-2000

Researcher, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT)

Research Associate, Motorola

Team Leader (Senior Researcher and Designer) in R&D Center, Trigem Computer, Inc.

Representative Design Director, Design Group “able” Co, Ltd.

Academic

Publication

 

2010

 

 

2019

 

 

 

 

2019

 

 

2019

 

 

JCR / SCOPUS Journal Publication

Methodology for context-sensitive system design by mapping internal contexts into visualization mechanism (Design Studies (SCI(E)))

Automotive Cluster UI Design Based on Time and Path from the Perspective of the ‘Passenger’ (Archives of Design Research (ADR)) (SCOPUS)

KCI (Index of NRF (National Research Foundation of Korea)) Journal Publication

A Proposal of User Interface Design Using Gestures to Improve Presence in Virtual Reality (Design Studies (The Korean Society of Science & Art (KCI))

Proposal of Product, Service, System Design Process and Methods for Finding Business using New Technology - Focus on Biometrics Technology - (Design Forum (KCI))

Published 36 Korean journal papers at KCI except the 2 papers above.

Research

Project

2019-2022

 

2019-2021

 

2019

 

 

 

2018

 

Study of Intelligent Interaction Design based on Human-AI (Artificial Intelligence) Relationships Framework (National Research Foundation of Korea)

Development of Integrated Interior Design for Autonomous Vehicles through Creation of UX for New Business (Korea Design of Bamboo Toothbrushes with Three Types for High-end, Simple, and Infant Market (Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA))

Development of UX/Service Design Scenario for AI-based B2B Platform (SAMSUNG Electronics)

Book

Publication

2019

 

2016

 

 

2015

 

2012

 

2010

 

Jung, E., “bauhaus”, Publisher: ahn graphics publishers, Seoul, Korea, 2016 (Selected as Sejong Academic Excellence Books in 2019)

Jung, E., “Design Thinking on Education, Research, and Society”, Publisher: Hong Design, Seoul, Korea, 2016 (Selected as Sejong Academic Excellence Books in 2017)

Jung, E., et al., “Integrative Design - Exploration for Innovation and Creativity that Designs an Organic Union of Human and Environment”, Publisher: Gyomoon publishers, Seoul, Korea, 2015

Jung, E., “Child abuse and neglect: Chapter 8 Interaction Design for Preventing Child Abuse”, Publisher: InTech, London, UK, 2012

Kim, N, Lee, S., Jung, E., et al., “Era of Design Era of Trend Design”, Publisher: MiraeBook, Seoul, Korea, 2010

Award

2020

 

2018

 

2017

 

2017

Reddot Award 2020 – Reddot Winner (Bamboo Toothbrush, Manufacturer: Project Noah Inc.)

Reddot – Best of the Best Winner (Dr. Loupe: Iris Recognition Eyewear)

Grand PRIZE: Project “Tri-Wheel Stair Walker”, Good Design Competition of Gyeonggi-Do Rehabilitation Engineering Service Research Support Center

Artist Award: Project “Environment story: Toothbrush”, Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy Award

Patent

2019

 

2019

 

2019

 

2018

 

System for Preventing Act of Surrogate Test based on Biometric Authentication (Registration Number: 10-2037976)

Fingerprint Authentication and GPS-based Anti-theft System of Travel Goods (Registration Number: 10-1988258)

Trace Tracking System using Fingerprint Recognition with Virtual Sign Device (Registration Number: 10-195410)

Child Disappearance Prevention System using a Biometric Authentication Prevention Wearable Device (Registration Number: 10-194685)

 

 

 

Curriculum Vitae of Program Participants

 

Name

Kim, Sunghee

Position

Associate Professor of Oriental Art, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Oriental Painting and Art History

Individual Exhibition

2008

2004

2001

2000

 

1997

Recommentary1 – Kim Sunghee Exhibition, Velvet Gallery, Seoul

Old Garden, Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul

Unique Person - the Four Gracious Plants, Gongwharang, Seoul

Unique Person- Painting of a fishing boat, Deokwon Gallery, Unique Person, Dongnae  Dongnae Cultural Center, Busan

Kim Sunghee Exhibition, Deokwon Gallery, Seoul

Group Exhibition

2007

 

2006

 

2005

2003

 

2001

 

1990

Homage 100, South Korean Modern Arts 1970-2007,

Korea Art Center, Busan

Forest of Silence-Meditative Forest, Seoul Museum of Art, South Seoul Center, Seoul

Seoul Arts Competition, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul

South Korea Modern Arts Competition : Breath of the Nature St. Petersburg, Russia

The eyes of the South Korean arts – the sixth anniversary of the opening of Sungkok Art Museum, Sungkok Art Museum, Seoul

Exhibition in Search for the Youth (National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon)

And other domestic and international group exhibition

Academic Publication

2007

 

 

 

2001

 

2000

 

 

1999

 

 

Fu pi' ts'un and Yun t'ou ts'un in the Mountain-and-Water Paintings of the Late Chosun period, Dongak Art History Issue 8, Dongak Art History Association, 2007

A research of tree depiction techniques in the late Chosun, Dongak Art History Issue 1, Dongak Art History Association, 2001. 4

18 types of portraits and the portrait techniques in the late Chosun period, Art History Research Issue 227, South Korean Art History Association, 2000. 9

Research on the painting techniques of the late Chosun period –  focusing on portraits, landscape paintings, and depiction of trees – Doctoral paper, Dongguk University Department of Art History Department, 1999

 

 

 

Name

Cho Inho

Position

Associate Professor of Oriental Art, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Oriental Painting

Professional Experience

2019-present

 

2012-2019

 

2010-2012

 

Associate Professor of Oriental Art, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor of Arts Education, the Fourth Korea National University of Education

Lecturer, Kyungpook National University, Sungshin Women's University, Ewha Womans University  

Individual Exhibition

2017

2016

2015

2015

2012

2011

2011

2011

2009

2008

2007

‘Fresh wind’ (Hanbyeokwon Art Museum / Seoul)
‘離俗Ri-Sok’ (Gala Gallery / Seoul)
‘俗離Sok-Ri, 離俗Ri-Sok’ (Gallery Mano / Seoul)
‘俗離Sok-Ri’ (Gallery Grimson / Seoul)
‘In search for the horizon’ (Shinwha Gallery / Hong Kong)
‘Invitation by the landscape (Hoam Faculty House / Seoul)
‘By the wind’ (Kring / Seoul)
‘Meeting myself’ (Hanjin Art Center Gallery / Seoul)
‘Bending Landscape’ (Gongwharang / Seoul)
‘Reunion’ (Noam Gallery / Seoul)
‘White clothes landscape’ (Kwanhoon Gallery / Seoul)

Group Exhibition

2018

    

 

     2018

 

2017

 

2016

 

 

2016

 

2016

Exchange Exhibition for Korea-China Cultural and Artistic Masters in Western Paintings (Gangneung Art Center, Gangneung)
Jeonnam International SUMUK Biennale (GeumBong Museum / Jindo)
‘Deep Sea’ 2017 Shanghai International Exchange Exhibition (South Korean Art Center in Shanghai / Shanghai)
‘Hao! Confucius’ Korea-China Exchange Exhibition (Kyunghee University Suwon International Campus, Hall of School of  Arts and Design / Suwon)
‘The 8th  Art Road 77 Air Fair 2016’ (Heyri Community House, Nonbat Gallery / Paju)
‘Voice of Asia’ (Fukuoka Asian Art Museum / Fukuoka)

Art Collection

 

 

 

Art Bank at National Museum of Contemporary, Songeun Cultural Foundation, Gasong Cultural Foundation, MK Chem&Tech, ING Bank(Seoul Branch), Seoul National University Dormitory, Seoul National University College of Humanities, Sooplus, Kim Kijoon Clinics, etc.

 

 

 

Name

Shin, Chunghoon

Position

Assistant Professor of Western Art, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Art History, Art Theory

Professional Experience

2019-present

 

2016-2019

 

2015-2016

 

Assistant Professor of Western Arts, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts 

Research Professor, Korea National University of Arts, South Korean Arts Research Center

Post-doctoral Researcher, Seoul National University College of Humanities

Academic Publication

2019

 

 

2017

 

 

2017

Abstract, Science & Technology, Life: Abstract of Life Philosophy of Sumuk, South Korean Modern and Contemporary Art History 37

“The ENVIRONMENT in Korean Art and Architecture in the Late1960s”, Journal of Korean Modern & Contemporary Art History.
The Painting of Modern Life in Colonial Korea: Gyeongseong in the Joseon Art Exhibition during the 1920s and 30s, Arts Materials 91

Research Project

2019-2020

2016-2019

 

2018-2019

2015-2016

Biocenteredism and 20th century Korean art, Seoul National University

Korean art and Technology of 1960s, National Research Foundation of

Korea

Korean Art and Technology of late 1960s, Ministry of Education

Mutual Exchange between Korean Art and Architecture of 1960s, Ministry of Education

Book Publication

2020

 

 

2019

 

 

2019

 

“Reality and Utterance in and against Minjung art,” in Collision, Innovation, Interaction: Korea Art from 1953, ed. Chung Yeon Shim et. al. London: Phaidon

「In search for the language of inevitability: the trend of the artistic narrative in the late 20th century」, 『Square: arts and society 1900-2019』, National Museum of Contemporary Art

「Review - Artists as historians during the colonial era」, 『Red Asia Complex: theory of Park Chankyung’s arts』, Real Culture A

 

 

 

Name

Moon, Joo

Position

Professor of Sculpture, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Sculpture, Communication Arts

Professional Experience

1999-present

1997-1999

 

Professor Sculpture, Seoul National University College of Fine

Full-time Lecturer of Environmental Sculture, Kyungwon University College of Arts

Individual Exhibition

2013

2002

1997

1997

1993

1988

Tears of The Land, IASKA Gallery, Kellerberrin, Australia

Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul

Seoul Arts Center (MANIF 97), Seoul

Total Museum, Jangheung

Galerie ROHO, Berlin, Germany

Group Exhibition

2009

 

2006

2006

 

2005

2005

2005

2004

2004

2002

2002

2002

2001

 

2000

 

2000

2000

 

Gamdong(Sabuk-Gohan public arts project), old Dongwon Tanjua Sabuk mining station, Sabuk

Kim Se-choong Scultupre 20th Anniversary Exhibition

Light Expo-Light & Environment Exhibition, Qifanshan Park, Shenyang, China

KIAF Special Exhibition, COEX, Seoul

Banana Suffer, Ium Gallery, Beijing, China

Korean new media Art, Cologne Arts Fair, Cologne, Germany

Unusual Combination, +gallery, Nagoya, Japan

KIAF Special Exhibition, COEX, Seoul

The 3nd Media City, Seoul, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul

Kyungwhasuweol,www.simspace.com

Open Code, Ssamzie Gallery, Seoul

Five Models of Alternative Space for Artists, Dongduk Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea

Seaway of the New Millennium , National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon

Video Circle 2000, Hong Kong Univ. of Science and Technology Center, Hong Kong

Digital Journey, Subway Line 6, Seoul History and Perception, Seoul National University Museum, Seoul

Award

1997

1995

1991

Total Arts Award
Kim Se-choong Young Sculpture Award
JoongAng Fine Arts Prize, special selection

 

 

 

Name

Baak, Je

Position

Associate Professor of Sculpture, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Installation Art, Art & Technology

Professional Experience

2018-present

 

2015-2018

2014-2015

2012-2014

2004-2006

Associate Professor of Sculpture, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Assistant Professor of Media Design, Kookmin University

Assistant Professor of Visual Design, Ewha Womans University

Adjunct Professor of Visual Design, Ewha Womans University

Art Director, Ogilvy & Mather Korea

Individual Exhibition

2019

2014

2013

2013

“RE-VIS-IT”, Hyundai Motor STudio, Seoul, South Korea

“Ritual-Media-Karma”, HADAcontemporary, London, UK

“Different Opinions”, Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea

“Poetic Compulsion”, Gallery Royal, Seoul, South Korea

Group Exhibition

2020

2020

2019

2019

2019

2019

 

2018

2017

2016

2014

“Small ore in hands”,  Taehwagang International Installation Art Festival, Ulsan

“Shielded society”, Wumin Gallery, Chungju

“Space of media”, Seoul National University Museum, Seoul

“16 suns and 69 eyes”, Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul

“A festival of time and space”, UM Museum, Hwaseong, South Korea

“Brussels in SongEun: Imagining Cities Beyond Technology 2.0”, Songeun Art Space, Seoul, South Korea

“Experiment Room” HMS Beijing, Beijing, China

“Blank page”, Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea

Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

“Future is now!”, National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rome, Italy

Art Collection

 

 

JoongAng Ilbo, Hyundai Motor Group, Seoul National University Museum, MoA, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Kumho Museum of Art, Art Bank at National Museum of Contemporary Art

Award

2017
 

2015

2013

 

2013

2011

 

2011

2010

“Grand Prize, Seoul Good Light Prize, “Moo!” Lotte Young Plaza Media Façade (Asia Special), Seoul
Grand Prix, VH award, Hyundai Motor   
Selected as young artist, National Museum of Contemporary Art
Selected as Kumho Young Artist, Kumho Museum of Art
Artist of the visual area, BELT, Korean Printmaking Promotion Association
Selected as new-generation design leader, KIDP
Grand prize, JoongAng Fine Arts Contest

 

 

 

Name

Her, Boyoon

Position

Assistant Professor of Craft, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Craft, Craft Theory

Professional Experience

2011-present

 

2008

Full-time Assistant Professor of Craft, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

PhD in Art, Design & Media, Portsmouth University (UK)

 

 

 

Academic Publication

2010

 

 

 

 

2009

 

2008

 

2000

 

Design as Art: Lee Sunsuk 1946-1959, Applied Art Education,
Sculpture_Archive Issue 2, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts Sculpture Research Center, 2010,
pp.137-188
A study of archive development in arts university, Sculpture_Archive Issue 1, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts Sculpture Research Center, 2009, pp.7-53

The Formation of Taste Ideologies in the Korean Modern Age 1920-1935,Portsmouth University(A Doctor’s thesis)

Burberry and New Malden: Consumption of the Korean community in London, Middlesex University(A Master’s thesis)

Book Publication

2011

2011

 

2009

 

2008

 

2008

 

2007

2005

2004

2004

 

2002

『What is Sculpture』 Minjinsa (translator)
『Establishment of Modern Knowing: Cultural History of Japan 1870-1910』Somyung Publication (co-translator)
『Kwon Soon-hyung and South Korean Modern Sculpture』 Mijinsa (author)
『Conran and Bayley’s Design & Design』 Design House (co-translator)
『South Korean Design 02: Detailed Chronology of Visual Culture』 DipleBiz (co-author)
『Expanding Modernity』 Somyung (co-translator)
『New Women』Hanibook (co-author)
『Objects of Ambition, Social History of Design』Ilbich (translator)
『History of Design in the 20th Century in Twelve Lines』 Design House (co-author)
『Design Theory』 Sculpture Education (co-translator)

Research Area

 

Study on the formation of South Korean modern sculpture

Study on the value and social role of sculpture

Study on the formation of the visual trend in modern South Korea

 

 

 

Name

Min, Bog Ki

Position

Professor of Craft, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Jewelry

Exhibition

2011

2011

2008

2008

2008

2008

2008

2007

2007

2007

2007

 

2007

 

2007

 

 

2007

2005

2003

 

 

2003

Gallery Dam Special Invitational Exhibition „Cocoon“

Seoul Gold Craft Association, ‘Gogeum Gonggam’ Exhibition, Gana Art Space

Korean Craft and Design Foundation Exhibition Entelecheia

Kunst Handwerk Wettbewerb2008

BLICKFANG 2008 Liederhalle Stuttgart

Schmuck Museum Pforzheim

Ihnorgenta 2008 München, Design Halle

Stuttgart Gallery 2007 Annual Exhibition

Frankfurt Germany Industrial Design Contest

Stuttgart Gallery 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Werkstatt Galerie, Stuttgart

Gottlob Frick-Medaille (Gottlob Frick-Gedächtnisstätte in Ölbronn)

Combined Media of Ceramics and Craft, Schmuck in KERAMIK und MIXED MEDIA (Keramikmuseum Westerwald)

„becher-paar-becher” Stadthalle Chemnitz

Ihnorgenta 2007 München (FH-Pforzheim, Design Halle)

International Tourism Product Design Context (Kintex Halle)

Crafts for Children, Schmuck für Kinder (Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim)

Installation Art Contest – Lights (In front of Pforzheim’s city hall)

Award

2002

2008

2007

2007

2005

Selected to the Korean Craft & Design Foundation Contest

Accepted to Kunst Handwerk Wettbewerb

Accepted to the Frankfurt. Industrial Design Context, Germany

The third place at Gottlob Frick-Medaille

Selected to the 2005 International Tourism Product Design Context

Publication/
Press

2008

2010

2008

2008

2008

2008

2008

2007-2008

2008

2006

2006

2005

2005

The Compendium Finale of contmemporary Jewellers 2008

SWR3 BW TV News 12.10.2010

GZ Goldschmied Zeitung 04.2008 p.138

SWR3 BW TV News 07.02.2008 21:45

U.J.S. Uhren Juwelen Schmuck 04.2008 p.62

Pforzheimer Zeitung 07.02.2008 Nummer 32 p.17

Pforzheimer Kurier 07.02.2008 Ausgabe Nr.32 p.15

Design Magazin 12.2007-02.2008

Pforzheimer Zeitung 13.10.2008 Nummer 237 p.36

Pforzheimer Zeitung 09.02.2006 p.8

Pforzheimer Kurier 10.02 2006 Ausgabe Nr.34 p.22

Pforzheimer Zeitung 12.02.2005 p.23

Fachzeitschrift „Licht“ 06.2005 p.455

Art Collection

 

Schmuckmuseum, Museum der Pforzheim

Werkstatt Galerie, Stuttgart Werkstatt Gallery

Gottlob FrickGedächtnisstätte, Ölbronn

 

 

 

Name

Chae, Jung-Woo

Position

Associate Professor of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Industrial Design

Professional Experience

2015-present

 

2004-2014

Professor of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

President, CA PLAN Co., Ltd.

Academic Publication

2019

 

2018

 

2018

 

2017

An Analysis of Museum Exhibition Space using Space Syntax Theory, Korea Institute of Spatial Design

Extension of the Concept of Urban Ecology by Interactive Media, Korea Institute of Spatial Design

User Participation Environment Color Plan-Focusing on Mokdong

Middle School Case, Korea Society of Color Studies

A Study on the Status of Space Design Policy for Cultural Regeneration of Idle Spaces in Korea, Korea Institute of Spatial Design

Research Project

2019

 

2019

 

2018

 

2018

 

2016

2013

External writing UX research for Kia self-driving cars, Kia Motors

Media research for CES 2020 Hyundai Motors’s exhibition design 

Academic research for establishment of the basic planning for Seoul’s urban lights

The development of AR-based concept and design for the global motor show, Hyundai Motors

Research for revitalizing Gokseong’s tourism by incorporating and Kakao and Rose, Gokseong

Research for establishing YesNesco’s identify and development of attraction sites, YesNesco South Korea Committee 

Book Publication

2017

Publication in a magazine, Exhibitions in the Digital Era: A New Perspective, Public Art

Award

2015

2014

2012

2011

2010

2010

2010

2008

Asia Architecture Award

Reddot Design Award (Germany)

IF Communication Design Award (Germany), 작품명: T.um

Reddot Design Award (event design분야) (Germany), 작품명: T.um

IDEA Design Award (Gold Prize, Environment Design 분야)

IF Design Award (Germany)

Reddot Design Award(Germany)

IDEA Design Award (Silver Prize, Environment Design)

 

 

 

Name

Jang, Sung Yun

Position

 Assistant Professor of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Living Design, Sculpture

Professional Experience

2018-present

 

2017-2018

 

2015-2017

 

2015-2017

 

2014-2016

 

2013-2017

 

2011-2015

 

2010-2014

 

Assistant Professor of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Assistant Professor of Konkuk University College of Art and  Design, Department of Industrial Design

Lecturer of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Lecturer, Konkuk University College of Art and Design, Department of Industrial Design

Lecturer, Sejong University College of Art and Physical Education, Department of Industrial Design

Founder and President, space and furniture design studio D.LAB13

Lecturer of Environmental Design, Incheon Catholic University College of Fine Art and Design 

Lecturer of Industrial Design, Sungshin Women’s University College of Art 

 

Academic Activities

2020-present

2019-present

2018-present

2018-present

Director, Korea Society of Design Science

 

Editor, Korea Institute of Design Research Society

 

Executive Director, Korean Society of Public Design

  

Director, Korea Institute of Spatial Design

Academic Publication and Book Publication

2020

 

2017

 

 

2016

 

 

 

2016

 

2013

 

Joint Book Publication, 2020 Beyond Bauhaus (Jang Sungyeon and seven others), Seoul Design Foundation

Academic publication, A Study on the Problem of Limitation and Extensive Evaluation of Design Evaluation, Brand Design Association of Korea

Academic publication, A Proposal of Conjugate Model for the Sustainable Space Design Planning, Brand Design Association of Korea

Academic publication, Systematization of Value Attribute Element for Space Design Planning, Korea Society of Industrial Design.

Academic publication, The Complex distinctive mechanism of homogeneous and heterogeneous, beauty and ugliness in space, Korean Society Of Basic Design & Art.  

Academic Publication

2016

 

2016

 

 

2009

 

Overall Characteristics of Spatial Planning, Korean Society Of Basic Design & Art.

The Complexity of Planning Elements of Spatial Space, the Reasons for Ambiguity, and Responsive Plans, Seoul Design Foundation

A Study on the Relationship between the Color of Public Arts and  Urban Images, Korea Society of Color Studies.

Exhibition

2019

 

2019

 

2018

 

2017

2012

 

2010

Exhibition advisory, 2020 Everland Seollem Studio, Advisor, Samsung Everland

Exhibition advisory, Bauhaus 100-week 10X10 Exhibition, Advisor, Seoul Design Foundation

Exhibition advisory, Milan Design Week, Salone Satelite, Co-advisor, Milan, Italy

Individual Exhibition시, Blank Space Gallery, NY, U.S

Group Exhibition, Past to Present Exhibition, Idyllwild Arts, CA, U.S

Group Exhibition, Cumulus 20th Anniversary Exhibition, China et al.

Award

2019

 

2016

 

Bauhaus 100th University 10x10 Award for Advisor, Seoul Design Foundation

Korea Design Foundation International Invitational, Special Prize , <Dramatic Contrast>, Korea

Research Project

2020

 

2019

 

2018

 

2018

 

2015

 

2011

 

2010

 

2007-2016

Lead researcher for the research study for Suncheon Universal Design  basic planning, Suncheon City Government

Lead researcher for a sculpture design study utilizing 3d printers, Seoul National University

Lead researcher for a study (consulting) on basic planning for a brand project for poet Shin Dong-yup, Buyeo-gun

Design research (consulting) for office construction of Korea Institute of Design Promotion, Korea Institute of Design Promotion

Researcher for the library and conference room design for the College of Fine Arts in the Arts Complex, Seoul National University

Researcher for strategizing SK IT Accessories Design Brand, SK Network

Researcher for Design LH: LH Integrative Design Strategy, Korea Land and Housing Corporation

And numerous others projects about residential and commercial space remodeling

 

 

 

Name

Lee, Jang sub

Position

 Assistant Professor of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Specialization

Public Communication, Branding

Professional Experience

2018-present

2014-2018

2011-2018
2009-2010

2009-2010

2003-2004
1999-2001

Assistant Professor of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Lecturer of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Creative Director and President, Action Seoul  

Lecturer of Design, Seoul National University College of Fine Arts

Lecturer of Visual Design, University of Seoul Department of Industrial Design

2003-2004 Art Director, Image Drome

Member of Seoul National University’s design group ‘Anida’ ‘

Academic Activity

2020

 

2019

2018

Join-publication

Naver Design Colloquium 19 / Publication of ‘A study of brand communication design’

/Publication of ‘Fetish about complexity’

On-campus Project

2018-2020

 

2020

 

 

2019

 

2019

 

2019

 

 

2019

 

 

2018

Study about communication design based on future foods / On-campus research assignment

SNU-CU Seoul National University-Chiba University, Japan International design workshop planning and execution / Bangsan Market, Seoul
CI design for the fundraising campaign for Seoul National University Development Fund / Seoul National University Development Fund

SNU-CU Seoul National University- Chiba University, Japan International design workshop planning and execution / Chiba, Izumi

Research on the development direction of Seoul National University Siheung Campus UI(University Identity) / On-campus research assignment

SNU-CU Seoul National University-Chiba University, Japan International design workshop planning and execution / Seoul National University, Seoul

IDCC(International Design Culture Conference) 2018 poster and event design

Major Project

2019

 

2019

 

2018-2019

2018

 

2018

 

 

2017

 

 

2017

 

 

2017

 

2017

 

2016

 

 

2016

 

Purme Foundation social agriculture business model planning / Purme Foundation

Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs Researcher CI Design / Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs Researcher

Naver Shopping small business brand design research / Naver

Design directing and appearance for the TV program aimed at promotion of traditional markets ‘SBS Delivery Company’ / SBS

Development of education methodology and workshop for design utilizing Seoul’s urban manufacturing infrastructure/DDP (Dongdaemun Design Plaza)

Branding planning and design for the South Korean child protection campaign ‘One Child’/Save the Child Korea

Planning and design for application ‘Designers’ App’ which provides information about Seoul’s urban manufacturing industry/ DDP (Dongdaemun Design Plaza)

Planning and design for a brand for Jeju’s local revival ‘Haenyeo Samchun’ / Jeju Tot Wellness Development Organization

Planning and design for Jeongkwanjang’s gift brand ‘Daborok’/ Korea Ginseng Corporation

Business consulting and design for the innovative shops for the sixth industries / Seoul National University Institute For Research & Industry Cooperation

Planning and design for digital coloring campaign ‘School Me’ to promote education for African girls /Save the Children Korea et al.

Exhibition

2019

 

2018

 

2010

 

2010

 

2009

 

2009

2008

 

2007

 

2007

 

Graphic Fashion / 2019 DDP Design Fair / DDP, Seoul / Planning

Paper Play / Playing ASEAN / ASEAN Culture House, Busan / Invitation

Message from the old future / 2010 Shanghai Expo / South Korean Pavilion, Shanghai / Invitation

Paper Garden / Save the earth / Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul / Invitation

Llum / Christmas in August / Gana Art Gallery, Seoul / Invitation

SIM / Yeomiji Art Biennale / Yeomiji Botanical Garden, Jeju / Invitation

ComplexCity / Design Act / Moscow / Invitation

Space titled LOVE / ‘I-design’ / Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul / Invitation

ComplexCity, Seoul / Tent London, London Design Festival / Truman Brewery, London / Design Fair

 

 

 

 

List of outstanding exhibitions and competitions

 

International Exhibition

 

Tokyo Design Week (First Session: held every October/ Second Session: held every November):

tokyodesignweek.jp

It started in 1989 as ‘Designers’ Saturday.’ In 1997, it changed its name to ‘Tokyo Design Week’ incorporating architecture, interior, product, and graphic design. There are four broad categories under Tokyo Design Week (companies, creators, students and young creators, special exhibition). Under the category of students and young creators, there are four areas open for submission: school product exhibition, debut exhibition, OB/OG exhibition, and able space design competition.

 

Beijing Design Week (held every September): www.bjdw.org

Beijing Design Week, which launched in 2009, takes advantage of the space in the host city to hold exhibitions in either local galleries or buildings of old industrial complexes. Every year, it contains a program under which it invites a foreign city and shares the creative design of that city (2011-London, 2012-Milan, 2013-Amsterdam, 2014-Barcelona, 2015-Dubai, 2016-Seoul). Beijing Design Week consists of seven core sections.

 

100% Design London (held every September): www.100percentdesign.co.uk

Launched in 1995, 100% Design is the biggest contemporary design show in the United Kingdom. It has exported exhibitions to dozens of countries by lending its brand around the world and receiving loyalties in exchange. It is a community for designers showcasing new designs and creators pursuing innovation. It is also seen as a stage for young designers with unique ideas. In particular, it embodies design quality, innovation, and design intellection as its major keywords. It is not just a show that presents design trends but also that is meaningful in showing the values and strength of design as a part of the United Kingdom’s ‘creative industry.’

 

Design Junction London (held every September): thedesignjunction.co.uk

Design Junction is a trade-focused brand. It has emerged from the London Design Week as a trade show that attracts high-end brands. Its participants are design platforms that produce unique middle-range design companies including James Burleigh, modus, Nomad, and Vitra.

 

Tent & Supper brand London (held every September): tentlondon.co.uk

It is one of the London Design Week shows that is held in East London for four days. Its main participants are independent designers, rookie studios, international pavilions, and galleries. It has a strong flavor in craft. Its attendants include Daniel Schofield Studio, and Preciosa Lighting.

 

Maison & Object Paris (held every February/September): www.maison-objet.com

This is an exhibition that take place twice a year. It started as a combined show in 1995 for eight exhibitions related to interior design and daily supply design. It is an active business space for world-class experts and participating companies. For viewers, it is an opportunity to learn about creative designs. Its 2015 participants from South Korea include ACACI and LAGO.

 

Milan Salone del Mobile (Salone Satellite) (held every April): www.cismit.it

Launched in 1961, it is an exhibition aimed at promoting the development of the furniture industry in Italy. This is the world’s biggest design exhibition and the most famous trend show. It is attended by global companies, major vendors in the design industry, relevant agencies. Furniture is still the main component of the show but recently non-furniture companies like Samsung and Philips are increasing in number, adding the trend of ‘lifestyle design’ to the show. Salone Satellite, in particular, is a zone dedicated to young designers and is attended by various design schools around the world.

 

Stockholem Furniture & Light Fair (held every February): www.stockholmfurniturefair.com

Launched in 1951, this is one of the biggest furniture exhibitions in Northern Europe. It has been growing fast since 2003 and it has a variety of programs including a booth that supports new designers.

 

International Competition

 

IDEA (registration opens every January): www.idsa.org/IDEA

It is one of the major international design competitions. It is hosted annually by the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) to spread and promote outstanding designs across a variety of industry sectors.

 

IF (registration opens every January): ifworlddesignguide.com

It is an international competition that started in Germany since 1953. It is one of the major international design competitions the evaluation standards of which include suitability of the materials, innovation, environment friendliness, functionality, convenience, and aesthetic. 

 

Red-Dot (registration opens every January): www.stockholmfurniturefair.com

It is the biggest design competition that started in Germany in 1955. It is one of the major international design competitions that receives numerous submissions for product design, communication design, and concept design.

 

Currently Available Programs for Improving Art & Design Quality  

 

The United States: NASAD

NASAD (National Association of Schools of Art and Design), founded in 1944 is a certification agency for universities and schools in the United States. The major agenda for the NASAD is the certification of educational programs for visual arts and establishment of standards and instructions for the curriculum. It is the sole certification agency recognized by the US Department of Education that oversees all subareas of arts and design. The association consists of 365 member institutions including public and private universities and independent arts and design schools. The NASAD certification is based on an evaluation of overall resources and policies related to education, finance, space, infrastructure, technology, teaching, and faculty development. A majority of universities strictly comply with the standards set by the NASAD when delivering various education programs, thereby contributing to the development of various goals and fairness. Institutions are certified and improved regularly within a ten-year time frame.

The NASAD certification is conducted not by an external regulatory body but a board of directors consisting of experts selected by the NASAD members. In addition to two pubic officials, six directors from arts and design with a diversity of background and perspectives are selected to make a balanced board.

The US arts and designs schools ranked highly on the QS ranking are all certified by NASAD and are members thereof (Parsons School of Design, The New School, Rhode Island School of Design, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Pratt Institute, etc.).

 

Board : President, Provost Jeffrey D. Nesin (School of Visual Arts)

             Vice President, ProvostSally McRorie (Florida State University ) et al.

link: https://nasad.arts-accredit.org

 

 

 

The United Kingdom: QAA (Check for high education and quality in the UK)

It suggests the level and qualitative operating system that higher education should reach

QAA (Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education) is an independent institution that verifies the standard and quality of the higher education in the United Kingdom. Using evaluations by external experts, QAA verifies the methods adopted by the UK universities and providers of higher education to maintain their educational standards and quality. The evaluators examine whether these institutions meet the 19 expectations laid out in the quality code agreed and certified by the UK higher education. Moreover, it provides advice to the UK Privy Council on the institutional requests for degree conferral and invitation.

Besides its role in maintaining the reputation of the UK higher education, QAA regulates the access to higher education diploma. This is the right to confer the general qualification to an individual without an A level to receive higher education. QAA cooperates with institutions interested in the reputation of the UK higher education such as Higher Education Academy, Universities UK, and GuildHE.

 

Board:  Chair, Prof. Simon Gaskell (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology)

             Vice-Chair, Linda Duncan (REDCapCloud) et al.

Link: https://www.qaa.ac.uk

 

 

Germany: ACQUIN (Accreditation, Certification and Quality Assurance Institute)

Accrediterungs-, Certifizierungs-und Qualitätssicherungs-Institut (Accreditation, Certification and Quality Assurance Institute) (ACQUIN) is a school certification system founded in 2001 to address the need to guarantee degree quality of undergraduate and graduate schools that are part of Europe’s Bologna Process and later in Germany.

ACQUIN is a membership-based non-profit organization located in Bayreuth, Bavaria. This organization operates with the license from Germany’s certification association and therefore has the right to grant quality certification so that people can study with a certified program. This organization is a member of various international networks including ENQA (European Network for Quality Assurance), EUA (European University Association), CEENQA (Central Eastern European Network for Quality Assurance), INQAAHE (International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education) and ARQAANE (Arab Organization for Quality Assurance in Education). ACQUIN operates internationally in several major regions including Europe’s German-speaking regions, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, North America, and the Near East. Present ACQUIN is an organization of over 100 higher education institutions in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, and the United States. ACQUIN operates not only as a higher education agency for certification services but also as a non-profit organization with funds raised through membership fees. It has 86 members as of 2003. ACQUIN performs evaluation and approval procedures for educational programs in major areas provided by universities and professional schools. It puts special emphasis on active evaluation of program providers. This organization certifies all major areas provided by higher education institutions. The goal setting of an educational program is important to the outcome of the certification procedure. ACQUIN is an independent non-governmental agency founded upon the basic academic philosophy and tradition. The steps for Begutachtung and certification procedure are as follows:

 

Step 1. Self-evaluation by the program provider

Step 2. Group peer evaluation by external experts designated by ACQUIN

Step 3. Evaluation of reports and opinions by ACQUIN experts

Step 4. Decision on the Begutachtung outcome (approval with or without condition)

 

ACQUIN has granted a long-term approval for famous arts and design universities in Germany like Universität der Künste Berlin.  

 

Chair: Valérie Morelle

Link: https://www.acquin.org/en/programmeaccreditation/

 

Singapore: EDU TRUS

Edu Trust Certification Scheme (EduTrust) is a quality assurance system managed by CPE for Singapore’s PEI. It identifies private schools that could continuously maintain a high quality when providing general educational services and aims to continuously improve education that would lead to high-achieving students. EduTrust is a system that differentiates private schools according to the improvements that they make to result in good educational quality and result. There are a total of seven standards and three certification awards. The evaluation processes take about 2-4 days and 3-5 evaluation officials (from the Committee for Private Education under the Ministry of Education of Singapore) are involved to evaluate detailed aspects of a school including administration, curriculum, volunteer services system, management of infrastructure, and so on. The certification review is categorized into three levels:

  -Level 1 : Edu Trust Star-Best Private University (verified every four years)

  -Level 2 : Edu Trust-Excellent Private University (verified every four years)

  -Level 3 : Edu Trust tentative certification (Effective once every year)

 

Board:  Chair, Wong Kim Yin (Group Chief Executive Officer at Singapore Power Ltd)

             Member, Prof. Pang Hwee Hwa (Singapore Management University)

Link: https://www.ssg.gov.sg/cpe/for-peis/edutrust-certification-scheme.html

 

 

China: CUSR

China University Subject Ranking (CUSR) evaluates universities and subjects thereof in the mainland China based on the catalogues for degree conferral and personnel education subjects approved by the Ministry of Education. It is a non-profit program independently incorporated under China Academic Degrees and Graduate Education Development Center (CDGDC). CUSR aims to support participating universities and institutions in learning about their own strengths and weaknesses and to provide information about graduate schools across the country. In addition, it is utilized as a reference for students to decide on the major in their future schools. It is a platform for the public to learn about the achievements and conditions of subjects in China’s higher education. CUSR completed four rounds of evaluation between 2002 and 2017. The fourth round started in April 2016 with the voluntary and open participation as its principle and a total of 7449 subjects from 513 universities participated. The fourth CUSR contains many innovations thanks to an objective review of the data and the peer review, combined with prior experience. The data was drawn from official public information and the materials submitted by universities for evaluation and was rigorously certified by CDGDC.

 

The following universities from China were certified under the 2017 CUSR outcome.

Tsinghua University (A+), China Academy of Art (A+), Central Academy of Fine Arts (A), Tongji University (A), Soochow University (A-), Jiangnan University (A-), Nanjing University of the Arts (A-)

 

Board:  Director, Huang Baoyin

             Vice Director, Ren Zenglin, Lin Mengquan

Link: http://www.chinadegrees.cn/xwyyjsjyxx/xkpgjg/2016phden/index.shtml

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Index for Improving Art & Design Quality

 

NASAD
(The United States)

 

 

- The United States is a certification agency for each subject area. NASAD is the only agency for arts (painting, design, dance, music, performance, leisure).

- NASAD is founded in 1944 as the national certification agency for arts and design institutes and programs in the United States and has more than 300 member institutions.

 

- It provides certification for not only professional arts and design institution but also for universities and specific arts and design programs within universities.

- Besides certification, it provides developmental, institutional, statistical and policy research. 

- Major art universities involved : PARSONS SCHOOL OF DESIGN, THE NEW SCHOOL RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN, SCHOOL OF THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO, PRATT INSTITUTE, etc.

 

<NASAD Handbook: Program Guidelines>

 

Painting

Sculpture

Craft

Design

- Painting research constitutes 25-35% of the entire program

- Supports for arts and design: 20-30%

- Art History research: 10-15%

- General research: 25–35 %.

- Specialized research, art support program, and design and visual art history research usually constitutes more than 65% of the entire curriculum

 

* Required capability

1. An understanding of the basic design principles, concepts, media, and formats; the ability to deploy the composition of design elements and the effective use of drawing media in services that generate specific aesthetic intentions and conceptual locations.

 

2. An understanding of the possibilities and limits of drawing media. 

 

3. Knowledge and skills of using basic tools and techniques sufficient for work from conceptualization to final product completion, including mastery of traditional techniques and conceptual approaches to drawing.

 

4. Functional knowledge of the history of painting. 

 

5. Extensive exploration for various possibilities for technological manipulations of innovative images available to the draftsman.

 

6. Completion of final projects related to the work exhibition,  

 

- Ceramics research constitutes 25-35% of the entire program

- Supports for arts, design, and sculpture: 20-30 %

- Research on artistic and sculptural history: 10-15 %

- General research: 25–35 %.

- Specialized research, supports for art, design, and sculpture, visual art history research constitutes more than 65%

 

* Required capability  

1. An understanding of basic design principles related to ceramics, advanced work with 3D design and the development of design solutions must continue throughout the program.  

 

2. Knowledge and skills of using basic tools, techniques, and process usage sufficient for work from conceptualization to final product completion, including knowledge on materials and technological procedures like clay, glaze, and plasticity

 And knowledge about user conduct about materials and procedures that align with health, safety, and general environmental management.

 

3. An understanding of various applied ceramics technology. 

 

4. An understanding of the place of ceramics in the history of art, design, and culture.

 

5. Functional knowledge about basic business norms.

 

6. Clay body and glaze preparation, procedures for kiln building, and plasticity process

 

7. Easy and regular access to materials, equipment, and library resources relevant to ceramics studies

 

8. Completion of final projects related to the work exhibition

 

- Craft research constitutes 25-35% of the entire program

- Supports for arts, design, and sculpture: 20-30 %

- Research on artistic and craft history: 10-15 %

- General research: 25–35 %.

- Specialized research, supports for art, design, and craft, visual art history research constitutes more than 65%

 

* Required capability  

1. An understanding of basic design principles, concepts, media, and formats related to craft; and the ability to apply concepts into specific craft projects with an emphasis on 3D design.

 

2. Knowledge and skills about the relationship among applications and form of various media, aesthetic values, and functionality, and relevant craft techniques.

 

It is required to achieve technical capability in at least one specialized area in craft.

 

3. The ability to resolve technical problems and perform basic design in at least one specialized area in craft.

 

4. Practical knowledge about various design methods and conceptualization of craft project, the relationship between the development and completion

 

5. An understanding of the similarities, differences, and relationship among various craft specialization

 

6. An understanding of the place of crafts in the history of art, design, and culture

 

7. Functional knowledge about basic business norms

 

8. Promotion of similarity with various craft projects in various professional areas and media

 

9. Opportunities to develop specializations with a focus on craft

<Visual design>

- Communication design research constitutes 25-35% of the entire program

- Design-related technique and visual art class: 20-30%

- Research on art/design history and theory: 10-15%,

- General research: 25-35%, 

- Research on major areas (support programs for design, relevant techniques, and visual art; and visual art), design history and theory must constitute at least 65% of the curriculum

 

* Required capability  :

 

Visual communication integrating and including professional practical elements and system conception, design ability, basic visual communication principles, and an understanding and application of processes; the ability to integrating research and discovery about humans to decision-making about communication design, cooperation among departments, ability to use techniques, etc.

 

<Industrial design>

- Industrial design constitutes 35% of the entire program

-  Design-related techniques and visual arts: 25-30%

- Research about arts/design history and theory: 10-15%

- General research: 25-30%

- Research on industrial design, support programs for design, relevant techniques, visual arts, history and theory about arts and design must constitute at 65% of the general curriculum

 

* Required capability  :

The ability to design products and systems; the ability to use techniques and tools related to expression, development, commercialization, and usage of multi-dimensional systems; basic knowledge about the history of industrial design; the ability to research, define, and communicate about problems, variables, and requested items.

 

QAA
(The United Kingdom)

 

- The evaluation of the UK universities is conducted in two main forms: evaluation of the educational quality of higher education institutions and research performance evaluation.

- QAA (Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education), established to ensure independence and diversity of higher education institutions has been responsible for the evaluation to ensure the quality of education since 1997. HEFCE(Higher Education Funding Council for England) is conducting the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) for higher education institutions.

- QAA conducted self-evaluation to assess the relevant departments in early-stage universities and the strengths and weaknesses thereof but it was suspended in 2005. In 2006, the departmental evaluation was terminated. Currently, it seems that QAA only conducts university-wide evaluation.

- The departmental evaluation by QQA does not present the evaluative standards against which one can determine whether the evaluated entity meets the requirements or not. Instead, it focuses on presenting a guideline about how and what to include in the self-evaluation report and research about the quality of education that students are receiving.

 

<Arts and design guideline (Subject BenchMark_ Art & Design)>: attached is a general guide for self-evaluation reports

* Items to improve in arts/design

- Creativity, aesthetics, intellectual curiosity, teamwork techniques

- Perception of diversity, an understanding of quality and detailed items, the ability to conduct research using various methodologies

- The quality of reflecting critically about one’s own academic performance and development

- The ability to apply ethical considerations into creative work

- The ability to work flexibility and independently

- The ability to communicate through various channels

* The qualities to pursue

- The usage of materials, media, techniques, methodologies, technology and tools related to the research area incorporating technology and creativity while complying with professional and legal responsibilities needed for healthy and ethical norms and themes

- Creative application, possibility for employment, company, preparation for additional research, effective acquisition of knowledge and understanding in the context of research and individual development, clarification, synthesis and formation of qualities and technology

- An understanding of the role and effect of intellectual property in the context of arts and design

- The ability to apply, synthesize and develop learning into various situations both inside and outside the field of arts and design

 

<Evaluation Method>

- Evaluation takes place every six years. It is conducted with a document review based on the materials collected through self-evaluative reports submitted by educational institutions and those collected by the QAA, followed by an on-site evaluation.

- The members of the evaluative committee consist of 2-6 professors and students from other universities. The evaluative outcome is presented in one the three(satisfactory/improvement needed/unsatisfactory) or four (extremely satisfactory/satisfactory/improvement needed/unsatisfactory) levels accompanied with good examples and recommendations.

 

- Major arts universities involved: Royal College of Art, University of the Arts London, etc.

ACQUIN (Germany)

- Akkreditierungsrat is established in December 3, 1998 by KMK(Kulturministeriumkoferenz)

- This body consists of the representatives of higher education institutions, federations, professional unions and students. It aims to regulate the quality certification of teaching and educational programs and the substitutional certification agencies. ACQUIN is one of the agencies certified by this body.

- ACQUIN performs evaluation and approval procedures for curriculum of specialized studies in universities and professional schools. It focuses on active evaluation of program providers and has the authority to certify all majors provided by a higher education institution.

 

<Certification procedure for appraisal>

1. Internal evaluation by the program providers

2. Group peer evaluation by external experts designated by ACQUIN

3. Review of reports and opinions by ACQUIN experts

4. Confirmation of appraisal outcome (approval with or without condition)

 

- Major arts universities involved: Universität der Künste Berlin(Berlin Arts University), Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg (University of Hamburg), Akademie der Bildenden Künste München(The Academy of Fine Arts, Munich), Folkwang Universität der Künste, Essen(University of Essen, Germany), etc.

 

 

- Source for information related to NASAD: (NASAD Handbook), <A study of the basic direction in certification and approval of academic subject areas (programs)> Ministry of Education, Science and Technology,

- Source for information related to the UK education(QAA): < A study of the basic direction in certification and approval of academic subject areas (programs)> Ministry of Education, Science and Technology,

- Source for information related to Germany(ACQUIN):  <A study of the graduate school programs and the direction for development > Korean Educational Development Institute

 

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