Publication

Issued in 1996, the journal ceased its publication from volume 9 and was reissued in 2008. Since then, anonymous review system is applied and the journal aims to be included in the National Science Council journal.

National Cheng Kung University is a prestigious university known for its striking achievements in scientific research. To balance the science-orientated scholarship against the emphasis on the humanities research, the Institute of Art Studies was formed in 1994. Since the Institute of Art Studies was established, the Flame Tree Theater has been rearranged to provide the Institute with a space for display and the planning of shows and exhibitions has been taken charge of by the Institute. The academic research of the Institute is under a fundamental tenet of interdisciplinary and cross- culture. The primary goal is to cultivate artists and researchers in terms of cultural autonomy. Aesthetics and Field work are two central subjects in the graduate curriculum and fine art, music, and drama are integrated to accord with the design of interdisciplinary research, providing students with an integrated and comprehensive training in the arts and humanities.


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Launched in 2007, the journal is initiated by the graduate students of the Institute of Art Studies. The articles included are collected from departments and institutes related to art studies. Anonymous review system is applied.

 

National Cheng Kung University is a prestigious university known for its striking achievements in scientific research. To balance the science-orientated scholarship against the emphasis on the humanities research, the Institute of Art Studies was formed in 1994. Since the Institute of Art Studies was established, the Flame Tree Theater has been rearranged to provide the Institute with a space for display and the planning of shows and exhibitions has been taken charge of by the Institute. The academic research of the Institute is under a fundamental tenet of interdisciplinary and cross- culture. The primary goal is to cultivate artists and researchers in terms of cultural autonomy. Aesthetics and Field work are two central subjects in the graduate curriculum and fine art, music, and drama are integrated to accord with the design of interdisciplinary research, providing students with an integrated and comprehensive training in the arts and humanities.

For more information, more information please visit here.