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German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier called on Professor Xu Bing from CAFA during his first state visit to China

German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier called on Professor Xu Bing from CAFA during his first state visit to China

They visited and talked in Professor Xu Bing’s studio for an hour, and Professor Xu Bing showed President Steinmeier his representative works including Background Story, Square Word Calligraphy, American Silkworm Series, Phoenix Project...
The Forgotten Master: “Everlasting Sincerity of the Heart—Li Ruinian and Art Education” was unveiled at CAFAM

The Forgotten Master: “Everlasting Sincerity of the Heart—Li Ruinian and Art Education” was unveiled at CAFAM

Based on a unique artistic perspective, it starts from the growth environment, learning background, friends and hobbies, ideas and methods in teaching, to present Li Ruinian and his studies in a three-dimensional way, as well as his artworks...
Knowledge Production in Art History: the Second Wang Xun Art History Forum Opened

Knowledge Production in Art History: the Second Wang Xun Art History Forum Opened

While the current issues on the academic research of art history were presented, it has also promoted an exchange and dialogue between the scholars of art history from CAFA and the ones from other institutes, and thus endeavors to develop the discipline.
How can art education change the world?

How can art education change the world?

The world is constantly changing; art is developing; education is transforming. How can art education play a role in this dynamic and rapidly shifting situation, and particularly, in this new era of global and cultural integration? What are the challenges and opportunities facing the future of art education?
The Start of a Long Journey: Outstanding Works by the Graduates of 2018 from Key Art Academies in China, is on display at CAFAM

The Start of a Long Journey: Outstanding Works by the Graduates of 2018 from Key Art Academies in China, is on display at CAFAM

After being organized by the other top eight art schools in China, the exhibition once again returns to where it started, the Central Academy of Fine Arts.
Geoffrey Ward: Each museum tells a different story

Geoffrey Ward: Each museum tells a different story

Geoffrey Ward, Acting Director of Fitzwilliam Museum, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of University of Cambridge, was invited to participate in the Art Museum Forum of International Art Education Conference organized by the Central Academy of Fine Arts. CAFA ART INFO took this opportunity to interview him.
Claudio Rocca: We Should Bring Together Many Expressions to Develop Art Education

Claudio Rocca: We Should Bring Together Many Expressions to Develop Art Education

Prof. Claudio Rocca commented that we should bring together many expressions to develop art education. He also said that, “without tradition and the past, we haven’t a future.”
Joan Jeffri: Education—Its Many Roles in Art and Cultural Institutions

Joan Jeffri: Education—Its Many Roles in Art and Cultural Institutions

In the keynote speech session, Professor Joan Jeffri gave a speech on the topic of "Education—Its Many Roles in Art and Cultural Institutions". She began by declaring that “in the 21st century, the educational goals of arts and cultural institutions were not limited to its original range, ‘education for different social strata’ any longer, but...
CAFAM announces "The Start of a Long Journey: Outstanding Works by Graduates of 2018 from Key Art Academies in China" opening on Nov. 11

CAFAM announces “The Start of a Long Journey: Outstanding Works by Graduates of 2018 from Key Art Academies in China” opening on Nov. 11

After being organized by other top eight art schools in China, the exhibition once again returns to where it started--the Central Academy of Fine Arts.
Gordon Knox: The Most Powerful Part of Art is Its Ability to Challenge the Status Quo

Gordon Knox: The Most Powerful Part of Art is Its Ability to Challenge the Status Quo

There’s been a lot of discussion today about what really are core competencies? What skills do you have to have? Even asking the question as to whether drawing is necessary in four-steps. Can you go straight to digital art?
The International Art Education Conference—Art Education in the New Era

The International Art Education Conference—Art Education in the New Era

As the top academic conference in art education, the conference is committed to focusing on cutting-edge issues in art education, reviewing, summarizing, discussing new achievements in art education, and promoting the theoretical study of art education, to build a collaborative platform for international art education...
Taking Portraits to Pay Tribute to the Era: “To the Era—Echo of Civilization” Debuted at the Taoxichuan Art Museum

Taking Portraits to Pay Tribute to the Era: “To the Era—Echo of Civilization” Debuted at the Taoxichuan Art Museum

It features 117 pieces (sets) of Chinese paintings, drawings, oil paintings, prints, watercolors, sculptures and photography by senior professors from the Central Academy of Fine Arts, teachers and alumni since 1978.