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澳门皇冠赌场代受邀参加日本阿富汗学术研讨会

2017年3月9日至3月16日,澳门皇冠赌场代表受邀参加了在平山郁夫美术馆举行的《阿富汗失落遗产的现状与未来》学术研讨会,并访问了日本东京艺术大学、京都大学和龙谷大学,参观了东京艺术大学文物修复与复原实验室,京都大学井手实验室,龙谷大学世界佛教文化研究所和龙谷大学博物馆,深入探讨了与这三所高校的合作与建交事宜。

From March 9th to 16th,2017, representatives from School of Arts were invited to attend a symposium on The Current State and the Future of the Lost Afghanistan Cultural Heritages in Hirayama Ikuo Art Museum, and they visited Tokyo University of the Arts, Kyoto University and Ryukoku University. They visited Relic Conservation Laboratory in Tokyo University of the Arts, Ide’s Laboratory in Kyoto University, World Buddhist Culture Research Center and the Museum in Ryukoku University, and discussed building cooperative relations with these universities.


研讨会现场 symposium


将丁方院长作品集赠送给平山郁夫夫人平山美知子,其刚刚荣获阿富汗方面颁发的荣誉勋章

Present Dean Prof. DING Fang’s Portfolio to  Madam Hirayama Michiko, she was awarded a badge of honor by Afghanistan government


《阿富汗失落遗产的现状与未来》学术研讨会是为纪念平山郁夫先生而举办的学术盛会,日本阿富汗研究重要学者均出席会议。会上联合国教科文组织驻喀布尔办事处文化部负责人长冈正哲博士不止一次提到澳门皇冠赌场为阿富汗文化遗产的可持续发展所做出的努力和贡献,并指出这是中国官方首次在此领域的行动,在国际社会援助阿富汗文化建设的进程中,澳门皇冠赌场必将扮演重要角色。

The symposium The Current State and the Future of the Lost Afghanistan Cultural Heritages was to memories Mr. Hirayama Ikuo, many important experts on Afghanistan study in Japan attended the event. During the symposium, Dr. Masanori NAGAOKA, Chief of UNESCO Culture Unit Kabul Office, more than once mentioned the contributions and efforts School of Arts RUC has made for the sustainable development of Afghanistan cultural heritage, he pointed out that this is the very first official action from China. And Renmin University of China will definitely play a significant role in the process of international community assisting Afghanistan cultural reconstruction.


将丁方院长作品集赠送给东京艺术大学阿富汗研究所负责人前田耕作教授

Presented Dean Prof. DING Fang’s Portfolio to Prof. MAEDA Kousaku, Dean of Institute of Afghanistan Study


东京艺术大学研发了一套基于“高科技成像+传统日本绘画技艺”的文物复原专利技术,成功复原了阿富汗巴米扬东大佛天井壁画《翱翔天际的太阳神》。我院代表参观了其修复实验室以及此复原作品,初步了解了相关材料和技术。我院已于2017年1月与东京艺术大学签订了合作协议,此次访问加深了双方的交流。

Tokyo University of the Arts has developed a patented technology for recovering cultural heritages based on the combination of cutting-edge technology and traditional Japanese painting technique, and they successfully recovered the mural painting on the ceiling of Eastern Buddha niche in Bamiyan. Representatives from our school visited their laboratory and the recovered Bamiyan mural, acquired some general ideas about the materials and techniques. School of Arts has built cooperative relation with Tokyo University of the Arts in January, this visit deepened the communication between both parties.


在京都大学井手实验室与井手教授讨论问题 Discuss with Prof. Ari IDE in Ide’s Laboratory of Kyoto University


京都大学井手实验室多年来致力于“艺术的科学与技术”的超高精数字化技术的研发与应用,拥有世界上最先进的超高清高级成像技术,并广泛运用于世界文化遗产的保存项目中。我院将会与井手实验室合作开展“一带一路”文化遗产保存工作。

Ide’s Laboratory in Kyoto University has been committed to the development and application of “Science and Technology for Art”, they developed the world-leading advanced imaging technology in ultra-high-resolution which has been widely used in world cultural heritage preservation. School of Arts will explore cooperative relation with Ide’s Laboratory soon to protect cultural heritages in “Belt and Road”countries.


与龙谷大学互赠书籍 Presenting Books Mutually with Ryukoku University


龙谷大学复原柏孜克里克第15窟作品  图片来自龙谷大学官方网站

Cave 15 Bezeklik Grottoes Recovery work done by Ryukoku University,  picture is from official website of Ryukoku University


龙谷大学复原柏孜克里克第15窟作品  图片来自龙谷大学官方网站

Cave 15 Bezeklik Grottoes Recovery work done by Ryukoku University,  picture is from official website of Ryukoku University


有378年历史的龙谷大学,不仅佛教文化艺术研究一直领先世界,并且在文物修复和复制技术方面有卓越的成就。龙谷大学于2001年数字化复原了新疆柏孜克里克第15窟壁画,复原的部分洞窟陈列于龙谷大学博物馆中。我院正与龙谷大学世界佛教文化研究中心协商建立合作关系,共同推进“一带一路”佛教文化与艺术研究。

Ryukoku University has 378 years’ history, not only its Buddhist culture and art study ranks top around the world, it also gained extraordinary achievements in cultural relics conservation and recovery. In 2001, Ryukoku University recovered murals in Cave 15 Bezeklik Grottoes, the partially recovered cave is on display in Ryukoku Museum. School of Arts is discussing about cooperating with World Buddhist Culture Research Center to promote the “Belt and Road” Buddhist art and culture research.