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  國立臺北藝術大學第十任校長陳愷璜教授於81日正式就職上任,於音樂廳舉辦的就職典禮上,邀集數百位來自產、官、學界等貴賓們一同出席參與這次的盛會。

  其中,北藝大前校長,現任國家表演藝術中心董事長朱宗慶教授與台北市柯文哲市長代表貴賓們進行致詞。朱宗慶董事長說到,北藝大校長這個職務是個榮耀,雖背負的責任很重大,但也是個甜蜜的負擔。他提到,北藝大一直為臺灣高等藝術教育的領頭羊,更培育無數在國際上發光發亮的藝術家,他並期待各界能繼續關注北藝大,挹注更多資源,繼續支持北藝大。

  柯文哲市長則說到,「改變臺灣,從首都開始;改變首都,從文化開始」當年這項競選策略,就是陳愷璜教授所起草的。陳校長不僅是位優秀的藝術家,也是市府文化藝術家教班的班主任及文化白皮書的起草者。柯市長強調,希望北藝大未來能成為北市府的文化藝術政策的人才庫,從關渡的北藝大到象山下的市政府,成為台北最重要的文化軸線,且透過這樣的合作,相信將能改變臺灣歷史的方向。

  畢業於法國國立巴黎高等藝術學院造型藝術碩士的陳愷璜教授,專長於多媒材造型藝術、空間裝置表現、觀念性藝術、當代藝術理論與思潮等領域。自1992年起進入北藝大服務擔任教職外,先後曾任美術學系系主任、藝術跨域研究所所長、美術學院院長、學務長等教學與行政職務。

  多年來,陳愷璜校長長期關注在「文化本體」的變異與「藝術社會參與」等當代政治、歷史交錯議題的認同探索,為臺灣主體美學的推行實創者。截至目前創作發展執行百餘項藝術計畫,該計畫總體稱為《文化測量 (Measurement of Inter- Cultures)》,主要內容為進行總體文化地理、土地與認同的共通關注和集體想像。

  面對邁入創35年的北藝大,陳愷璜校長將引領北藝大全體教職員生,以「高等藝術教育發展的再定位」、「校園友善治理」、「校友的賦歸」、「資源的擴增平台」、「藝術專業的進階培育系統」、「落實世界級的藝術專業學府」等面向,作為未來之發展目標。

  陳愷璜校長進一步說明,展演與研究的專業能力,是藝術大學教育重要的環節。北藝大是因應時代精神及在地文化的發展而設立,不僅需確實銜接藝術教育與藝術脈絡的缺口,更為實現專業創作暨多元教學環境的教育願景。「我心目中理想的藝術大學,是能包容最大差異性的大學,而校長的任務即是創造這樣的創作與教學環境。」陳校長強調,北藝大匯聚與造就了無數優秀藝術人才,在一貫的理想下,要如何保存過去,精進未來,繼續深化各領域間的連結與激盪,使得藝術生產維持「開放論述」的具體展現,讓校園真正成為一個藝術理想與美學勇氣實踐之地。 此外,陳校長也提到,有了傑出的校友,才能吸引優秀學生來北藝大學習;有了高效能的行政團隊,老師們才能以安心教學創作,這四者的關係是密不可分。每位團隊成員能高度自主管理、自主決策、認清使命,進而實現整體目標,讓學校的四大重要主體,校友、學生、職員與老師,彼此間的互動、對話、溝通與瞭解更為順暢、細緻;同時尊重與理解各藝術學門的核心價值與特性,透過結構「扁平化」的概念來建立靈活化的行政組織,讓學校整體運作,更貼近藝術專業大學發展上的需要。

  再者,挹注社會的資源,結合外部企業的力量,打造屬於藝術文化的青創平台,整合校內外資源,以及建立社會跨域、跨界的智囊社群與「藝術大學聯盟」,進而有效取得多樣性資源和共享。再者,強化師生在社會的能見度,讓社會認識藝術前瞻引領的價值,而非淹没於世俗化的標準中。

  「自由」與「差異」是藝術不可取代的核心價值,「藝術」與「文化」是北藝人最大且最有價值的資產。陳愷璜校長期待,未來全體教職員生一同努力,塑造出這樣的藝術校園氛圍,並以開顯出藝術社會責任的世界觀,作為延續北藝大師生藝術生命的實踐,為落實成為世界級藝術學府的目標大步邁進。

攝影王世邦 黃湧恩

Prof. Chen Kai-Huang becomes TNUA president Prof. Chen Kai-Huang took office as TNUA’s new president on August 1. Prof. Chen holds a master’s degree in Plastic Art from the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA). He is known for his mixed-media plastic art, installation art, conceptual art, and contemporary art theory and thinking. He joined TNUA’s faculty in 1992, and has since headed the Department of Fine Arts, the Graduate Institute of Trans-disciplinary Arts, the School of Fine Arts, and the Office of Student Affairs. Prof. Chen, who has shown long-term interest in the changing cultural subjectivity and in art’s social participation in his study of politico-historical issues about identity, is a foremost advocate of a Taiwanese aesthetic. So far he has completed more than 100 art projects under his grand scheme, called “Measurement of Inter-Cultures,” whose major focus is on the common concerns and collective imagination about cultural geography, land and identity. As TNUA marks its 35th anniversary, Prof. Chen will lead the university towards its goals: reorienting the higher arts education; introducing friendly management of the campus; enlisting the help of alumni; building a platform for expanding resources; running an advanced education system for art professionals; and turning TNUA into a world-class arts institution. Prof. Chen went on to say that the professional capabilities of staging performances, curating exhibitions and conducting research are the core of learning for arts universities. TNUA was founded in response to the beliefs of a particular era and local cultural development, not only aiming to bridge the gap between arts education and the trends of arts, but also attempting to create an environment to let artists focus on creating art and give students multifarious education. “My ideal arts university is one that embraces maximum differences, and its president’s mission is to create such an environment for art creation and education,” stressed Prof. Chen. He stressed that TNUA gathers together numerous talented artists, and its responsibility is to preserve the tradition and make advancements, continuing to deepen the links and interactions between different areas, maintaining an open discourse for art production, and making TNUA a truly ideal venue for pursuing the ideals and praxis of art. Prof. Chen noted that with its outstanding alumni TNUA can attract more talented students; and with support from an efficient administrative team its faculty can focus on teaching and art creation. He said these four elements are inseparable. Each member of the team is highly autonomous, making decisions of his or her own. They have to be well aware of their tasks so that they can achieve the overall goals, allowing the four bodies of the university – the alumni, students, staffers and teachers – to engage one another in interactions and dialogues, and to enhance communication and understanding. At the same time, with respect for and understanding of the core values and characteristics of different disciplines of art, TNUA will build a flexible administrative team using the concept of a “flat” structure, allowing the management of the university to better serve the needs of the development of a dedicated arts university. TNUA will also seek to enlist resources from society and team up with outside enterprises to create a platform for cultural and art startups. It will integrate its own and outside resources, building a cross-boundary think tank and arts university alliance in order to facilitate resources sharing. It will also seek to raise the visibility of its students and teachers in society, allowing society to know the value of forward-looking art instead of drowning in the worldly standards. “Freedom” and “differences” are the core values of art, and art and culture are the most valuable assets of TNUA. Prof. Chen expects all at TNUA to jointly create such a campus of art, and embrace a world-view that places emphasis on art’s social responsibility, extending the praxis of art by TNUA’s students and teachers and taking a great stride towards making TNUA a world-class arts university. A few hundred guests of honor from the government, academia and industries witnessed Prof. Chen’s inauguration as TNUA’s new president at a ceremony held at the Concert Hall on August 1. Among them were former TNUA President Prof. Ju, Tzong-Ching, who is now chairman of the National Performing Arts Center, and Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je. Prof. Ju noted that the TNUA presidency is a prestigious position. Although it carries great responsibility, it is a sweet burden, he said. As a leader of Taiwan’s higher education for the arts, TNUA has produced numerous artists that shine on the international stage, he said. He expressed the hope that all walks of society can continue support TNUA, investing more resources in the university. Mr. Ko disclosed that when he was running for the Taipei mayoral post, it was Prof. Chen who devised his campaign platform: “Changes to Taiwan start with the capital city, and changes to the capital city starts with culture.” He noted that Prof. Chen is not only an excellent artist, but also the leader of an art program of the city and the author of the city’s cultural policy white paper. Mr. Ko said he hopes TNUA can become a major source of talent for supporting Taipei City’s art and cultural policies in the future, forming an important cultural axis stretching from TNUA at Kuandu to the city government in downtown Taipei. He said he believes such collaboration can change the direction of Taiwan’s history.


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日期: 2019-01-27
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