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China

Beijing Design Week.,Co.Ltd
Promotional

Contact Info

A 11F Gehua Tower Qinglong Hutong Dongcheng District,Beijing
Beijing
,
Beijing
100007
 
China
T:
861084186060

Official Contact

Mr. Yudong Wang
T:
861084186060

ico-D Liaison

Ms. Claire Li Zhou
T:
861084186060

Member Profile

The Beijing Design Week (BJDW)is an annual citywide cultural event co-hosted by Chinese ministry of culture and Beijing Municipal People’s Government. The event will last two weeks, and overlap the National Day Holiday(1st—7th October) of China every year. Attracting over 2,000 designers, institution representatives and industry experts, over 5 million visitors(person-time), and more than 100 accredited news media in attendance every year, BJDW has become the largest and most influential platform in Asia for display, promotion, exchange and trading of creative designs.
Abbreviation or Acronym:
BJDW
Year Founded:
2009
Language of Operations:
Chinese
Other Language:
English
Central Academy of Fine Arts of China
Educational

Contact Info

School of Design
No 8, Huajiadi Na Jie, Chaoyang District
Beijing
100102
 
China
T:
1064771250
200

Director of Graphic Design

Mr. Wang Ziyuan

International Exchanges Coordinator

Prof. Tao Zheng
T:
10 6477 1302

Member Profile

The Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) is the only national art education institution in China directly under the Ministry of Education, exclusively dedicated to the education of the fine arts, including painting, sculpture, design, architecture and art history. Tracing back to the National Beiping Art School, the earliest national art school in China founded in 1918, CAFA was incorporated in 1950, soon after the founding of the People's Republic of China. It now offers undergraduate, postgraduate and Ph.D. programmes in fine art, design, architecture and art theory and history, and prepares the students for a creative career in the arts both in China and abroad.

The design programme of CAFA was renewed in 1995 in the name of the Department of Art Design, after a break of some forty years, and became the School of Design in October, 2002. with the goal of preparing and training the students as future professionals in design with creative thinking and practical capabilities, the School of Design offers undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. degrees in programs ranging from visual communication design, product design, fashion design, photography, digital media to design theory and history. The School of Design plays an important role in promoting design in China and is intensively involved in design activities, most noticeable of which are its designs for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Abbreviation or Acronym:
CAFA
Year Founded:
1918
Language of Operations:
Chinese