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Hiroko TakedaProfile

1983
Born in Tokyo
1995
Resided in Beijing, China(’90~’95)
2007
Graduated Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Japanese Painting
2009
Completed Master’s Degree at Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Cultural Property Conservation Science, Japanese painting
Doctoral Project completed, purchased by The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts
2012
Graduated Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Conservation of
 Cultural Property Studies, Conservation of Japanese paintings, Doctoral program
2013
Studied in China, Pola Art Foundation Grant for Overseas Study by Young Artists
2014
Completed Advanced Studies, China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Department of Chinese Painting, Bird and Flower Paintings
2015
Education and research assistant at Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School(~2018)
2018
Part-time Instructor at Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School

Public collection

The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts
Yamanashi Gakuin University Art Collection
Komyo temple(Kawasaki)

Activities as Researcher and Research Assistant

2009
Sato International Cultural Scholarship Foundation, 19th Scholarship Recipient Class
2010
Housen Cultural Foundation, Research Assistant regarding the “Kin Iromi” coloring technique
Restoration of “Bizen kuniEzu” in the collection of the Okayama University Central Library (Grant-in-Aid for Basic Scientific Research (A))
Participated in bi-lateral seminar organized by Tokyo University of the Arts and Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, regarding new developments in the architecture of cartography, such as scientific surveying, restoration research, and use in databases
Bilateral Cultural Exchange Seminar organized by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science – “Education on mineral pigments in China and the future development of Asian painting”
Student volunteer from Tokyo University of the Arts during Tokyo National Museum exhibition “Production Process of the Golden Amitabha Buddha”. Created production models, conducted gallery talk within museum
2011
Assisted research on the coloring methods used in the Buddhist painting “Image of the Descent of Amida and the Heavenly Multitude”, a national treasure held by Koyasan Yushihachimanko Juhachika-in Temple, for Housen Cultural Foundation
Recipient of 2011 scholarship from Mitsubishi Corporation Art Gate Program
2012
Obtained doctorate in Cultural Heritage 
Art Preservation Diploma #383, research on the coloring methods used in the Buddhist painting “Image of the Descent of Amida and the Heavenly Multitude”, a national treasure held by Koyasan Yushihachimanko Juhachika-in Temple. Research focused mainly on the use of gold in the painting’s figures.
2013
Pola Art Foundation Grant for Overseas Study by Young
Artists (China)

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