About Global Art Practice

■ Global Art Practice MFA Course

Global Art Practice was established in April of 2016, as part of the Graduate School of Fine Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts (TUA). GAP aims to develop research and human resources with a global focus on social practice in contemporary art, while expanding alternative networks and mutual relationships across borders. With courses taught in English by internationally acclaimed artists and world-class experts, GAP offers a flexibly structured, innovative program, enabling graduate students to fulfill their roles as leading artists and researchers.



Global Perspective
To build a global perspective that transcends geographical conditions and borders.

Multi Perspective
To gain diverse viewpoints, approaches and understandings of the world by learning various perspectives.

Discourse and Hand
Discourse and the hands as the two foundations for thoughts.

Collaborative Learning
Independent as well as collaborative learning.


GAP Document

Document Book introduces all the classes and activities that took place in GAP.
If you are interested in our curriculum, please download the digital book below.

Academic Year 2017
GAP Document 2017

Academic Year 2016
GAP Document 2016