NO.840, CHENGCING RD., NIAOSONG DIST., KAOHSIUNG CITY 83347, TAIWAN (R.O.C.)
Monday to Friday 09:00-17:00; Closed on Weekends and Holidays
Tel 886-7-731-0606 ext 6302&6303 Fax 886-7-735-8927
August 1, 2000, Cheng-Shiu University established the Arts Center to balance education between technology and art. The Arts Center is renamed as The Office of Arts and Culture on August 1, 2013. The office has consistently and constructively offered cooperation with the other colleges’ arts center.
The Office of Arts and Culture is the department that promotes fine art education and planning fine art events on campus. Additionally, the office vigorously participates and shares fine-arts activities and resources to the university and the society.
The Office of Arts and Culture holds a series of arts exhibition/lectures and records guiding videos to promote upsurge of interest and discussion.
In order to protect culture properties, the Office of Arts and Culture popularizes correct concepts and provides the services of arts conservation and restoration.
Art-Technology Conservation and Restoration Section (ATCRS) was founded in August, 2005 to popularize correct concept of culture conservation and preservation. ATCRS is also devoted to improving professional technology and talent training and, broadening and expanding of culture conservation and restoration researches. Besides, ATCRS was renamed as Conservation Center in August, 2013, continuing building complete conservation service and expanding business. The responsibilities include:
Carry out and popularize humanities and arts education in the campus. Construct an arts and cultural education that focuses on the college campus, and promote an overall construction of community culture.
The Office of Art and Culture cooperates with the Center for General Education to plan the program of Art and Culture merge with General Education.
Hold popularized courses, constructing art/culture aggregation, constitute music appreciation classes, painting appreciation classes, and basic sketching classes.
To record the artworks, speeches and on-site activities of the artists completely through academic researches to provide a good arts education platform.
Edit the e-Paper of the Office of Arts and Culture to voluntarily introduce and popularize exhibition information.