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Moscow University of Design
named after Sergei Stroganov



 

Address 9 Volokolamskoje Shosse, Moscow 125080, Russia
Tel. No. +7/095/158 70 71
Fax No. +7/095/158 69 27; +7/095/158 68 59
E-mail address strog1232@mtu-net.ru
Faculties
  • Faculty of Industrial Art
  • Faculty of Monumental-Decorative
    and Applied Art
  • Faculty of Interior and Equipment
  • Type of course Full-time
    Length of course 6 years
    Date of commencement 1st September
    Accommodation Available
    Fees 2000 USD per annum
    Admission requirements In the first year of the University citizens of Russia are admitted if they have secondary education and the artistic training at the level of the art-school (college) or a secondary school with the bias for art. Persons are admitted after tests according to the summed marks on a number of subjects: Drawing (nude figure), Painting (Still-life), Composition (according to the selected specialty), plus two general education subjects - Russian (Russian Literature) and History of Russia.
    Students from foreign countries pay 2.000 USD a year and are admitted if they have Russian language fluency.
    Student profile Russian citizens, citizens of the Union of Independent States (former USSR), also South-East Europe, Latin America, China, Vietnam, South Korea
    Most students are aged 18-30
    Contact for application Teaching Department
    Tel/Fax: +7/095/158 26 05


     






    Faculty of Industrial Art


    Chairs:
    Design
    Communicative Design
    Engineering Provision of Design

    Specialities:
    Industrial Design, Graphic Design

    Basic academic disciplines:
    Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, History of Arts

    Major fields of research:
    History and Theory of Industrial Design and Graphic Design, Environment Design.

    Faculty of Interior and Equipment


    Chairs:
    Interior Design
    Furniture Design
    Textile Design
    Theory and History of Art

    Specialities:
    Interior Design, Furniture Design, Textile Design, Theory and History of Decorative Art and Design

    Basic academic disciplines:
    Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, History of Arts

    Major fields of research:
    History and Theory of Applied Art and Interior Design

    Faculty of Monumental-Decorative and Applied Art


    Chairs:
    Monumental-Decorative Painting
    Monumental-Decorative Sculpture
    Restoration of Monumental Painting

    Specialities:
    Monumental-Decorative Art

    Basic academic disciplines:
    Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, History of Arts

    Major fields of research:
    History and Theory of Monumental-Decorative Art

    Chairs: Glass
    Ceramics
    Metal

    Specialities:
    Decorative and Applied Art

    Basic academic disciplines:
    Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, History of Arts

    Major fields of research:
    History and Theory of Decorative and Applied Art





    About the University



    Moscow University of Design named after Sergei Stroganov is the oldest school of industrial and applied art in Russia. Founded in 1825 by the count Sergei Stroganov as the School of Drawing in Application to Arts and Crafts in Moscow, it became at the end of 19-th century the leading school with the college and the high school level training textile, interior and furniture design, jewellers, graphic designers. Here a number of outstanding Russian artists, architects and art-critics were studing and teaching: Mikhail Vrubel, Konstantin Korovin, Alexei Shussev, Ignaty Nivinsky, Ivan Fomin.

    In 1918 the Stroganov School was transferred into the Free State Artistic Workshops and in 1920 - into VKHUTEMAS-VKHUTEIN, the innovative design-school, famous for its professors. Vassily Kandynsky and Kasimir Malevich, Vladimir Tatlin and Alexander Rodchenko, El Lissitsky and Alexander Vesnin, Vladimir Favorsky and Nikolai Ladovsky taught here. After 1930 Architectural, textile and typographic faculties became independent institutes, others became the basis for the Moscow Institute of Applied and Decorative Arts. In 1945 the Stroganov School was revived to prepare artists for industries and architectural decoration.

    In 1996 the Moscow School of Industrial and Applied Art (former Stroganov) received the status of the University.

    At the present moment the Moscow University of Design is a multiprofile institute. At the three faculties and 11 chairs specialists on five main specialities and 12 specialisations are trained. Graduates work for the formation of the man-made environment. There are such special facilities as the library, the museum and computer classes. Research programs differ on each faculty - from History and Theory of Decorative Art to History and Theory of Industrial Design and Graphic Design.


    Selected Academic Staff Publications



    Butovsky V. The Russian Art and the Opinions about it of Violle-Le-Duke, the French Architect and Buslayev F.I., the Russian Archeologist. Moscow, 1879

    Bykov Zakhar, Krjukov Georgy, Minervin Georgy, Kholmiansky Lev. Industrial Design. Designing and Modelling of Manufactured Articles. Moscow, 1986

    Design of Mass Production Pottery. Compiled and edited by Alexei Filippov. Moscow-Leningrad, 1932

    Flerov Alexander. Technology and Laws of Evolution. Moscow, 1964

    Kandinsky Vassily. Die Grundelemente der Form. Farbkurs und Seminar. Weimar, 1923

    Kholmiansky Lev, Shipanov Alexander. Design: A Book For Students. Moscow, 1985

    Kondratieva Ksenia. Colour in Industrial Design. Moscow, 1984

    Krinsky Vladimir, Lamtsov Ivan, Turkus Mikhail. Elements of Architectural and Spatial Composition. Moscow-Leningrad, 1934

    Kvassov Alexander. Plastics. Technology and Product Design. Moscow, 1976

    Lavrentiev Alexander, Nasarow Juri. Russisches design. Tradition und experiment. 1920-1990. Berlin, Ernst&Sohn, 1995

    Malevich Kazimir. On the New Systems in Art. Vitebsk, 1919

    Moscow School of Design. Design training at the Moscow High School of Industrial and Applied Art (former Stroganov). Moscow, 1991

    Prospect of the VKHUTEIN. Compiled and edited by Pavel Novitsky. Moscow, 1929

    Sobolev Nikolai. Printed Textile in Russia. Moscow, 1912

    Sobolev Nikolai. Styles of Furniture. Moscow, 1939

    Soloviev Kirill. The Russian Light-fixture. Moscow, 1950

    Soloviev Nikolai. Design of Interior. (Principles, Factors, Means)

    Teltevsky Prokopy. The Old Towns of the Moscow Region. Moscow, 1974

     



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