The national Surikov Academy of fine arts is the world's leading Academy of Fine Arts in the field of performance art, located in Moscow, the capital of Russia. Under the Russian National Academy of fine arts. It inherits the cultural tradition of Russian
Moscow State Surikov Academy of Fine Arts
Московский государственный академический художественный институт
имени В. И. Сурикова
Nature of school
Founded in 1843
Directly under the Ministry of higher education and science of the Russian Federation
School Category: Architecture and art
Ranked second in all Moscow architecture and art universities in 2019 (111 universities in total)
The national Surikov Academy of fine arts is the world's leading Academy of Fine Arts in the field of performance art, located in Moscow, the capital of Russia. Under the Russian National Academy of fine arts. It inherits the cultural tradition of Russian humanities and fine arts in the early 19th and 20th centuries. The history of Surikov Academy of fine arts can be traced back to the mid-19th century. In 1843, the school of painting and sculpture was established on the basis of an art class. In 1865, it merged with the school of architecture and was renamed Moscow School of painting and sculpture. Since then, many famous oil painters have been trained.
In 1939, glabali founded the Moscow State Academy of fine arts, which was named after Surikov in 1948. At present, the college is divided into the departments of painting, sculpture, art theory and history. There are a large number of well-known art masters, academicians of art research institutes and Russian meritorious artists engaged in teaching here.
Russia's artistic reputation is recognized in the world. The Russian art education system is led and organized by the Russian Academy of fine arts. Over the past two hundred years, many world-famous artists have been cultivated in sulikov Academy of fine arts.
The Academy of fine arts of the Soviet Union is subordinate to the Academy of fine arts of the Soviet Union. It is located in Moscow and has three departments, namely oil painting, sculpture and print.
The history of Surikov Academy of fine arts can be traced back to the mid-19th century. In 1843, the school of painting and sculpture was established on the basis of an art class. In 1865, it merged with the school of architecture and was renamed Moscow School of painting and sculpture. Since then, many famous oil painters have been trained.
After the October Revolution, Moscow School of painting, sculpture and architecture was changed into the national free Artists Studio (1918-1921), and then into the National Academy of fine arts and technology.
In 1930, the Department of architecture was separated from the school and the Moscow Academy of architecture was established, which was renamed Moscow Academy of fine arts. During the patriotic war, Moscow Academy of fine arts evacuated to Samar City, Uzbek Republic, where teaching and creative activities continued normally in a difficult environment. In 1948, it was transferred to the present, under the leadership of the Academy of fine arts of the Soviet Union. After 1948, tomsky, the sculptor, served as the dean of the college. The current Dean is Bondarenko, the sculptor.
The Institute is the legal successor to the Moscow Academy of painting, sculpture and architecture. It was founded in 1843, transformed into a free art seminar in 1917, entered the advanced art and Technology Seminar (vkhutemas) in 1920, and advanced in Moscow in 1926
On August 9, 1939, the Higher Education Committee of the people's Council of the Soviet Union decided that the Moscow Academy of fine arts was renamed the Moscow State Academy of art. The Academy was established by the decree of the Council of Ministers of the Soviet Union on August 5, 1947. Since 1992, the Moscow State Academy of art has been transferred to the Russian Academy of art.
On June 5, 1948, the Soviet Council of Ministers Decree No. 1944 named the research institute v. I. Surikov.
Moscow State Academy of art, named after Surikov, is the successor of Moscow Academy of painting, sculpture and architecture. The school's predecessor is a painting "comprehensive" class, organized by a group of art lovers at the initiative of e.i. Makovsky, A.S. yastrebilov, major general M.F. Orlov, f.ya in 1832. Skaryatin, with the support and permission of Prince D.V. Golitsyn, governor of Moscow. The development and prosperity of the "Moscow Art Lovers Association" art class has been greatly helped by the donors, who have provided their knowledge and a large amount of funds to support Russian art.
In 1843, a school was made up of art classes and accepted students from all classes. A great achievement was the emperor's permission to release from serfdom graduates who received the title of artist. The school attracted artists B.C. and A.S. dobrovolsky, k.i. Rabus, V.A. Tropinin, sculptor N.A. ramazanov, etc. These masters relied on the artistic principles of A.G. venetsianov and V.A. Tropinin. In the late 1940s, S.K. zaryanko and M.I. joined them. Scott, who became the inspector and head of the history painting class. In the 1950s, v.g. perov, i.m. pryanishnikov, V.V. pukirev, A.K. savrasov, E.S. Sorokin and others came to school to teach. The masters who work in school are smart people. They teach people love, devout attitude towards life, pay attention to color, observation, free expression of ideas and the principle of loyalty to reality.
In 1865, the palace Academy of architecture was attached to the Academy of painting and sculpture and was awarded the title of Moscow Academy of painting, sculpture and architecture. Teachers and students participated in the construction and decoration of the church. E. S. and P.S. Sorokin worked with professors at the St. Petersburg Academy of art to paint the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, and other teachers at the Moscow Academy of painting, sculpture and architecture were also working. Sculptor n. a. ramazanov created sculptures for the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.
In 1896, according to the new constitution, schools were assigned the status of secondary schools. The students have acquired profound knowledge and professional training. Just to review, Moscow schools teach v.d. polenov, V.A. cherov, K.A. and S.A. korovan, A.I. alsipov, a.m. vasnetsov, I.I. Leviathan, as. Stepanov and others.
After 1917, the school, together with Stroganov school, became a free art workshop. In 1918, the first free art seminar was founded on the basis of the former Stroganov school in rozhdestvenka, 11, and the second free seminar was located in 21myasnitskaya street. On September 29, 1920, the seminar was merged at vkhutemas (all union art and Technology Seminar).
Vkhutemas has seven colleges: architecture, woodworking and metalworking, printing, textiles, ceramics, painting and sculpture.
The Department of painting teaches A.V. Shevchenko, A.A. lentulov, P.P. Konchalovsky, l.s. popova, F.F. fedorovsky, N.A. udaltsova. The artistic director is V.V. rozhdestvinsky.
The teachers of the second free seminar were K.S. Malevich, V.V. Kandinsky, P.V. Kuznetsov, V.V. rozhdestvinsky, P.P. Falk, P.P. Konchalovsky, K.A. Korovin, A.A. Arkhipov, S.A. malyutin and others. Teaching is carried out without special procedures.
After the creation of vkhutemas, an easel department was organized, including seminars by I.I. mashkov, P.P. Konchalovsky, A.A. Arkhipov, P.P. Falk, D.P. shterenberg, A.V. Shevchenko, D.N. kardovsky, V.V. Kandinsky and N.A. udaltsova. At that time, elementary courses were taught by A.A. osmerkin, G.V. Fedorov and am. Rodchenko, A.G. drevin, l.s. popova. This number is led by SV. Grasimov held a seminar for two artists, I.I. mashkov and P.V. Kuznetsov, in the memorial department, where N.M. Chernyshev, director of painting technology, was also invited. Initially, the Department was led by I.I. mashkov, then P.V. Kuznetsov, and since 1923 - N.M. cherneshof.
F. F. fedorovsky, A. v. lentulov and V. a. Vesnin work in the decoration Department of the vkhutemas School of painting. In 1922, the college was transformed until it decided to transfer to Leningrad under the supervision of the Proletarian Cultural Institute. The easel Department has held special seminars for I.I. mashkov, A.V. Shevchenko, P.P. Falk, D.N. kardovsky and D.P. shterenberg, with the participation of students in the third and fourth year, as well as painting seminars for A.A. osmerkin and A.D. drevin in the second year; painting is conducted by SV. Grasimov worked in special workshops for the fourth and fifth years of training, and the third was assigned to general education courses. The memorial department was only from 1923 to 1924. After the introduction of a special subject cycle, students were given the opportunity to complete their education as a great mural artist.
The Department of painting, which has undergone some changes, represents a well-organized employee who works in three departments: easel, memorial and decoration, according to certain procedures and methods, through the process of academic life and the achievements of art and culture at that time. Summer exercises are necessary for teachers' students, only in the decoration Department.
The dean of the painting department is f.f.fedorovsky, a.v.shevchenko, St. Grasimov, p.p.falk. The history of painting is read by A.G. gabrichevsky. Under the education system at that time, students completed art education in the fourth and fifth years. In 1923-1924, the first summer student industrial practice was organized. On October 1, 1926, the first academic conference after the revolution was held, which became a historic day in the life of educational institutions. Between 1926 and 1927, the first problem occurred. The Council awarded all artists - diploma holders, artists, technologists and polygraph titles. Teachers and students participated in the world decorative arts exhibition in Paris, the international exhibition of books and magazines in Leipzig, the all union printing exhibition in Moscow in 1927 in Paris, and the award was awarded for etching by I.I. nivinsky. In 1927, vkhutemas was reorganized in the newly qualified (all Union Academy of art and Technology), which has a preparatory department. In the documents at that time, the poverty and squalor of equipping teachers with the necessary equipment were mentioned. N. sheverdyaev worked with him as the first printing Dean of the College of higher arts and technology, I. Pavlov and V. falileev. Later, the teachers were supplemented by outstanding masters such as v. favorsky, P. pavlinov, i. nivinsky, n. piskarev and n. Kupriyanov.
On March 30, 1930, vkhutein was liquidated, and the school of painting and sculpture and vkhutein of Leningrad were merged into the Institute of proletarian Art (inpii). The reform in the field of art education carried out by proletkult supporters has a negative impact on the professional training of future artists.
The graphics academy exists as part of the polygraph Institute, where the publishing academy works, and has its own Dean, N.F. lapin, and artistic director, V.A. favorsky, who heads the woodcut workshop. Painting by K. n. Istomin and ST.Gerasimov Professor, the etching workshop is led by m.a.dobrov and the painting workshop is led by p.ya. Pavlinov, and M.S. rojionov lithography. As can be seen from the accounting report, vkhutein's former graphics academy maintained its independent status, paid for the lie detector Academy for student dormitories, and owned its own workshops and venues in part of the former Moscow Academy of painting, sculpture and architecture. Teachers hold painting courses, and even develop the task of commemorative painting. In 1934, on this basis, the Moscow Academy of Fine Arts established two academies - graphics and painting since 1935.
The students of the third year are pavlinov group, Kravchenko group and poster group; they will be in kozakh from May 6 to June; their work is divided into two ways - the poster in May, based on the material guidance of kozsky collective farm and the equivalence in June - working independently; as leaders, they are sent to: you, yanovskaya, mizin and pavlinov. You are mainly in pavlinova group, yanovskaya in Kravchenko group and mizin in poster group. You will reserve all rights to the cathedral and Vols. Yanovskaya and mizin are subordinate to you in this sense; a general guide to the painting of all groups; all this is known to TT. Yanovskaya and mizin, I hope you can all find a decent tact and unified line in the study of painting; pavlinov reserves the right to paint the cathedral and leads all groups. I very much hope that you will take over the reins of the education department this month and that you are the only person in charge of all research matters in the Department. I agree with your plan. I ask you to collect teachers on the first day (mizin will be 11, pavlinov-13 -) and tell them the nature of the calendar and tasks. Before the arrival of pavlinov, give task 5 sketches every day.
The continuity of restoring the fine tradition of "Moscow school" is closely related to the name of i.e. Grabar, who became the director of Moscow Institute in 1937. 1. E. Grabar's breadth of creative views, his true creative attitude towards teaching and his high level of professionalism help him set difficult tasks for like-minded people who participate in teaching, so as to strengthen "professional knowledge", especially painting. In an interview with reporters, grabal stressed that "we need to pay more attention to it. ... not only all the giants of the past few years, but also the more familiar times, I found that the living masters - MANET, Degas, Van Gogh, even Matisse and Gauguin - had passed the most serious academic schools, and only after overcoming it, began to look Since painting is the strongest point of "St. Petersburg school", Grabar tried to invite Professor M.D. Bernstein and graduates D.K. mochalsky and A.A. debler of Leningrad Academy of art to teach in Moscow. Feeling the characteristics of Russia's two major art schools, he sought their close cooperation to enrich each other. I have to say that the modern practice of creative communication between St. Petersburg and Moscow University of the arts follows the tradition of the grabal rule.
1. E. Grabar combines the mastery of professional culture, color and composition with the importance of open-air Teaching: "students who participate in winter painting courses under room lighting conditions should have the opportunity to carry out special painting courses in the open air, that is, the so-called plein air, without which they can not complete. "This work was done in the branch of the Institute -" kozy. ". The summer exercise after the first year was held at troitskoe manor in Kaluga, the former manor of vorontsova dashkova. When graba came there, as v.g. recalled, Tsyplakov analyzed each job in detail and asked them to pay close attention to nature in the first year and avoid remembering painting. In higher grades, this practice took place in Crimea, which has been around since 1934. Leading educators to supervise the work of goat students. this
Moscow Academy of Fine Arts offers advanced training courses. In 1938, at the initiative of i.e. Grabar, a group of students from the Department of posters and graphics were selected to start their postgraduate work in commemorative art. As a result, a huge seminar was organized and its management was undertaken by a.a.deineka.
By 1939, the Academy had a strong faculty. There were four person easel seminars: St. grasimov, B.V. ioganson, later passed on to G.M. shegal, g.g. ryazhsky and i.e. Grabar. N. M. Chernyshev was invited to the commemorative seminar. "The first year group will be led by I.I. chekmazov and V.V. favorskaya, drawing - D.K. mochalsky.". Professor: G.M. shegal, A.A. deineka, A.V. myzin, V.F. domogatsky, M.S. rodionov, D.S. Moore, A.T. matvev, P.P. iodko, N.H. Maksimov, A.A. osmerkin, i.m. lazarov, E.O. mashkevich and graphics department: g.t. gorodenka, P.Y. pavlinov, P. Suvorov. The Institute began working with sculptors A.T. Matveev and L.v. Sherwood.
I.e. Grabar's notes are kept in the archives of the national tertyakov Gallery, which enables us to judge the importance he attaches to his colleagues' creativity and teaching work. Unfortunately, such notes are not reserved for every teacher. One of the most complete is about St. grasimov: "the most prominent master of Soviet art. His works are in all the major museums in the Soviet Union. Teaching is a careful and thorough examination, which is very popular with students "; in g.t. gorodenka -" a good teacher and historian "; D.K. mochalsky -" a cultural artist and a good teacher, who has managed to achieve high achievements in a short period of time in the Institute "; and; A. A. deblere - "a cultural artist and genius, can take the love of painting from students and push it forward"; M. f. shemyakine - "an expert in form and painting, an experienced portrait painter. Since 1936, he has successfully attracted the group of St. grasimov and Johnson "; v.n. Lazarev -" a good Methodist and talented teacher; B.V. Johanson - "an experienced teacher who skillfully managed the group entrusted to him and won full trust and respect. In the development of the painting program, he took an important part in being its main author "; a.a.osmerkin -" an experienced teacher who gave a significant indicator: his students stood out in college papers at all he was commissioned with the first year's independent portfolio. Permanent assistant to painting in St. grasimov "(archives of the national teretyakov Gallery, i.e. Grabar fund 106). In 1938, 1939, 1940 and 1941, the diploma works of graphic artists, muralists and sculptors were defended. In 1939, the constitution of the Moscow State Academy of art was approved.
The Great Patriotic War, which tore up everyone, everything from their place, did not let mghi go. But the hardships of this harsh era did not interfere with the creative and scientific work of teachers and students (some stayed in the besieged capital, some evacuated to Samarkand). Active creative and scientific work did not stop in the capital, even though Moscow turned out to be a front-line city. I had to work under extreme conditions. The Institute began to live a wartime life: teachers and students went to the front line and militia, went to the construction of fortifications, and worked in the capital's fire brigade - in kirovskaya, in the Baltic villages, in the front line of mghpu (School of Arts and Technology), badly in need of posters and fighting leaflets. On the first day of the war, the Political Department of the Moscow Military Region turned to the head of Guz p.ya. Alyokhin is in urgent need of creating military political posters, art design forms, combat flyers and certificates. It turns out that in Moscow, no organization can complete this order except Moscow Academy of art. From the first day of the war, the teachers and students of the Institute responded to the demand for time. As early as July, work began in Moscow to produce posters on the defense theme. The team is composed of students, graduate students and teachers and is led by respected artists D.S. Moore, Professor A.A. deineka and Professor g.t. Goroshenko combat flyers are not for the streets. They are considered to be in the headquarters of air raid shelters, enterprises, hospitals and mpvo. Therefore, in the first few months of their work, they are very small and their image is often combined with words. D.N. domogatsky, a student at the time, recalled: "as all the printing houses in Moscow were" beheaded "in the panic in October, we undertook our own work to complete the distribution. Cycle; loaded in their truck, straight ahead. In the old building of the school of painting, sculpture and architecture, the walls of the huge lithography workshop are covered with a thick layer of bright white frost. And on the table, lying on their stomachs, frozen slate, all college students and girls work. This work was carried out under the guidance of P.G. zaharov and p.i. Suvorov. We work for the front line close to our city, which is particularly encouraging. And on fulongzhi street, 3 (in the former barracks subway builder), at the Sculpture Academy, bronze workers cast the half meter group of student Nicholas Kashin's "antiaircraft gun" sculpture. This is a passing Award for the best artillery unit.
From the memoir of artist B.V. Preobrazhensky: "on December 25, a solemn defense of a small group of mghi students' diplomas was held at the site of Vakhtangov drama school. Hosted by Peter Petrovich koncharovsky, our professor's color is on the Committee table - deineka, osmerkin, lentulov. ... papers and posters - all military themes. It's natural. Most of our diplomas have been accepted as dedicated to the Red Army's annual exhibition. For many of us, this is the first national exhibition we have to attend. After the formal dinner, osmer arranged in a "warm" part of the studio. From the furnace - burzhuyki20 ies, it spreads wonderful heat. The pipe knees through the workshop and climbs into the vent. The windows of the huge windows in the osmerkin workshop are crossed with paper tape. Potatoes are boiling on the stove. It's herring nail appetizer. Everyone gets two. Luxury. ..».
During the war, mghi did not stop its research work. Only in the 1941-1942 school year did v.n. razalev read 15 reports on the history of sculpture. In addition, through the efforts of the remaining Moscow professors and students of the Moscow State Academy of art, front-line, group and individual art exhibitions have been opened. On October 18, 1941, the first train left Moscow with teachers and students. On the way, they joined the Kiev and Kharkov Academy of art as branches in Ukraine. The diaries from Professor g.g.'s personal file recreate those harsh days: "the road to Samarkand lasted a whole month. There is a long stay, sometimes three days. Everyone gets out of the car, makes a fire, prepares food. On November 8, we got two black Biscuits (soldiers). The train runs in the direction of Samarkand, but it is often driven to a dead end where we wait for a short time. When we finally got to the city, we were taken to the center of the city, in "cuckoo" - lestan, where we lived for nearly two years. "By November 15, the first evacuees - 21 students - were in registan. In the second echelon, 130 arrived, about 40 more independent; by December, 300 gathered. Through the efforts of L.I. Denisov, the Samarkand District Executive Committee managed to transfer 10 premises to training courses and dormitories. These are the two mosques, the 17 masjids, the 17 masjids, the 17 masjids, the 17 masjids. All of these require serious repair and re equipping. "We didn't pay for the scholarship - the Institute had no money. "They all lived in a religious school on Punjab street, they slept on wooden floors, married and single, and each in turn received a day's card ration for all 13 students," Viktor tsigal recalled. However, there was no time for improvement, and the first meeting of the Council was held on 1 December, which included teachers from three institutes - Kiev, Kharkov and Moscow. It discusses the organization of the educational process. The Council also met on 8 and 16 December. Since December 11, teachers in St. Petersburg have been managing academic courses. Grasimov, D.S. Moore, g.t. goroshchenko, i.m. leyzerov, P.D. pokarzhevsky, N.H. Maksimov, E.O. mashkevich, K.N. Istomin, V.A. favorsky, A.V. myzin, A.P. Baryshnikov, A.N. durikin. The staff of the Institute continued to work actively in Samarkand on the production of posters and combat leaflets commissioned by the Political Department of the front-line headquarters, which started in Moscow and did not stop in the front-line cities even in the most difficult days of the war. A 13 member defense poster team led by D.S. Moore is fully operational. "Moving to Samarkand didn't stop us. On the way, we work. They insisted on the principle of free payment, "D.S. Moore recalled. During the withdrawal of the Institute, students, postgraduates and teachers released more than 60 posters with slogans in Russian and Uzbek. The mixing plant made panels written on the fabric with dry brushes; these panels and posters were "farhadstroy workers", "defeat the enemy". In the poster competition, artist v.g. gremitsky won the first prize for his work on the text of Alisher Navoi, and artist i.g. brulin won the second prize for the poster "I'll be back soon.".
The best graphic work on display here is Yu's poster. P. Rayner's "enemy's cotton bag" and bas relief are also popular. "The quality of the poster is worth studying. The series was purchased by the national tertyakov Gallery, the art museum, "D.S. Moore said in his letter. In September 1942, the Samarkand Museum of history organized an exhibition "the Great Patriotic War and the heroic past of the Russians" by teachers and students of the Moscow State Academy of art. In an academic committee, guvuz chairman TOV set serious tasks for the Institute on behalf of the government. Vladimir: "our time has raised thousands of heroes. We need to give them high quality portraits. Sculptors have a lot to do: Mark places, capture events and faces - in monuments, monuments, sculptures. "In the same committee, in the foreground report on sculptor, A.T. school. Matveev talked about the preservation of folk traditions "the importance of craft training, the harm of copying and stylizing discoveries, the search for new ways, the love and attention to materials (marble, Tanagra, Bukhara, etc.) None of these artists lost their ground (he was terrified by the cement and gypsum castings displayed in Samarkand Park) and insisted on studying the characteristics of the coinage, forging in the local workshop and using their techniques to make porcelain. "The agreement of October 2, 1942 already contains the discussion line of graduate students' works: v.a.ermolaev" the old man in the patriotic war ", ya. M. Sokolov "before the collective farm", A.V. kantladiev "in Moscow in October 1917". The intensity of the material's impact on the report is reflected in their creative work, in fact, creating large-scale thematic paintings, sketches, sculptures, grand graphic series, and designed monuments under extremely difficult conditions. I.E.Grabar， St.Gerasimov The fact that p.i. pokarzhevsky and D.S. Moore worked in Samarkand proved the feasibility of the withdrawal part of the Institute and the preservation of its creative potential.
Educational system of Surikov Academy of Fine Arts in Moscow
The length of schooling of the Academy of fine arts is five or six years. The teaching content is determined by the educational plan and subjects, which are approved by the Council of educational science of the Academy. In the implementation of these plans and processes, Professor guidance and personal studio are the main. Most of these professors are famous artists, most of them are academicians and communication academicians of the Academy of fine arts and Sciences. The most important unit in the teaching process is the class of students, each class does not exceed seven people. The Academy of fine arts has determined the following learning methods for students: practical practice, teaching, workshop and classroom discussion in studios, classrooms and museums; learning copying and painting creation; teacher guidance and students' independent work; laboratory work, grade design and graduation creation. The study time is arranged as two semesters in one academic year, 15 study weeks in each semester, and seven to ten weeks for sketching. There are two examinations per academic year. Students study in school for nine hours a day, including six hours of lectures and practice, and three hours of independent study. In some art theory classes with universal significance, all the students in the class listen to the big class. According to the learning direction of each major, there are also special courses.
The Department is the largest in the college, with more than 200 students. Famous artists in Russian and world art history of various historical periods teach in the Department, such as grabari, Colin, grasimov, mochadsky, liuprakov, grizayi and lenkin.
Many graduates of the Department have become famous painters in modern Russian art circles. The Department has four easel art rooms, two sculpture rooms, one drama and one stage studio.
In various periods, he worked as a famous painter and educator in the Department, such as marwolle, cheremoniech, fawalski, kipolik and banomalev.
In addition to teaching painting, there are also research rooms to train future artists. There are three creation rooms in the Department: print, propaganda and book illustration. Many graduates have been educated by famous painters and educators, and they have stayed in school to teach.
The excellent tradition of Russian realism played an important role in the training of professional sculptors in the past and now. Famous Russian painters have been teaching in various historical periods. World renowned artists such as manizel, tomsky, delevi and burlin once presided over the work of the Department.
Today, their students have inherited the tradition of art masters and continue to teach in the Department.
Department of art theory and History:
The Department cultivates experts in art theory and history, as well as workers in various exhibition and antique fields of art museums.
Study abroad expenses
Project cost (USD) length of schooling
Language foundation $4000 a year
Undergraduate $6700 for four years
$6300 for two years
Accommodation 40-80 $per month
Medical insurance 200 years
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The school has been training foreign professionals. In recent years, the relationship between the school and China has become more and more mature, and the school has signed friendly agreements with the Republic of El Salvador, the Republic of Kazakhstan, Lugansk, the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Cuba, the Republic of Colombia, the Republic of Armenia and Morelos Record.
School location and surrounding environment
It's nice, quiet and tidy.
There are 137 teachers in the school, 70% of them have corresponding degrees and titles, and seven of them have been awarded the title of meritorious artist by Russia
The campus covers an area of 38000 square meters, with perfect hardware facilities. There are sports ground, production workshop, school canteen and two student dormitory buildings in the campus. One is a local student apartment and the other is an overseas student apartment. The political environment of the area is stable, the local people are friendly to foreigners, the security of the campus is good, and there are fences and guards at the edge of the campus.
With modern teaching equipment, computer equipment and multimedia teaching equipment, the school has its own training institutions and production workshops, the school has a special arts and crafts classroom (ceramics, glass and other materials), oil painting classroom, sketch classroom, sculpture classroom, design professional classroom. The school has an independent study reading room with internet access equipment, electronic library and modern computer equipment.
The university has two faculties: the Department of Arts and crafts and design, and the Department of fine arts and folk arts and culture.
Student size: 5000 students (including Russians and some international students)
The material receiving time starts from June 20 of each year
The entrance examination is held on July 7 every year
Examination form: Russian language and Literature (interview), sketch, oil painting.
1. Length of schooling
Undergraduate: 4 years (Moscow State Surikov Academy of Fine Arts)
Postgraduate: 2 years (Moscow State Surikov Academy of Fine Arts)
2. Academic year
September to June
Materials for admission
1. The original and notarized passport should be translated into Russian;
2. The original and notarized copies of the diploma should be translated into Russian;
3. Six photos with the size of 3 х 4cm;
4. Health certificate and notarized documents need to be translated into Russian;
5. AIDS physical examination certificate, public certificate and Russian translation;
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