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14 Apr 2016

National Taipei University of Education: Master of Arts in Critical and Curatorial Studies of Contemporary Art

Master of Arts in Critical and Curatorial Studies of Contemporary Art
National Taipei University of Education


Application Deadline: April 29th

Nana S.Chen

International Degree Program Office
10671 No.134, Sec. 2, Heping E Rd., Da' an Dist.,
Taipei City 106
Taiwan (R.O.C.)

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To increase career prospects and employability for graduates, our program offers both theoretical and practical knowledge. Students will be introduced to key texts and cases by our faculty members as well as a number of visiting scholars and guest speakers to gain insight into the important topics, issues and practices of contemporary art, exhibition curating and museum management. Special attention will be given to ensure a variety of scenarios, from alternative space, pop-up gallery to large biennale, are examined. At least 32 credits must be completed for graduation.


In an attempt to create a truly multidisciplinary education environment for students, all of our graduate-level courses will be open to all of our graduate students. This is to say, you can also benefit from the teaching of Jan Guy (University of Sydney), Judy Schwartz (New York University), Johanna Liu (University of Toronto). Dominique Paini (Ecole du Louvre), Yolaine Escande (EHESS), Sato Manabu (Tokyo University) and many international distinguished scholars invited to give talks in other MA and doctoral programs.

This component is compulsory for a successful completion of our program. All students must complete at least 320 hours of internship in an approved institution, such as museums, art fairs, galleries, foundations, research institutions, art publishing companies or other related organizations. We have formed an extensive network with many well-known institutions in the world (including the National Palace Museum, Taipei Fine Art Museum, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Chinese Association of Museums, National Museum of History, National Taiwan Arts Education Center, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall in Taiwan, and the Louvre, Metropolitan Museum, Tokyo National Museum, National Museum of Australia, National Museum of New Zealand, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Ironbridge Museum, etc) to allow students to perform their internship; students are also allowed to perform their internship in other suitable institutions to satisfy this requirement.