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Far Eastern State Institute of Arts provides education on the basis of the following documents:

According to the Order of the RSFSR Ministry of Culture (N 151 of January 14, 1962), Far Eastern Pedagogical Institute of Arts was established in the city of Vladivostok, the first educational institution of Russia combining three types of arts: music, theater, and painting.


On April 25, 1962, Prof. German V. Vasiliev assumed the duties of Rector of the Institute. In the summer of 1962, students were enrolled in the following departments: those of Piano, Choral Conducting, Orchestral Stringed Instruments, Singing, Theater Arts, Painting, and Drawings, the forms of education being full-time tuition, night classes, and correspondence courses. The task of the Institute was to train specialists for schools and institutions of Arts of the Russian Far East and East Siberia.


In 1966, Prof. Vladimir G. Apresov, Honoured Artist of the RSFSR, headed the Institute. In 1973, he was succeeded by Prof. Veniamin A. Goncharenko, Honoured Artist of the RSFSR. In 1994-2008, the Institute was headed by Prof. Igor I. Zaslavsky, Ph.D.


In 1992, the Far Eastern Art Pedagogical Institute was renamed Far Eastern State Institute of Arts (Order N 395 of Dec. 26, 1991). In 2000, it became Far Eastern State Academy of Arts, and on January 11, 2016, on the Order of the RF Ministry of Culture, its original name, Far Eastern State Institute of Arts, was restored.


Since 2009, the Institute has been headed by Assistant Prof. Andrey M. Chugunov, prizewinner of international competitions.



Specialist Degree Programmes

  • Piano
  • Concert String Instruments
  • Concert Wind and Percussion Instruments
  • Concert Folk Instruments
  • The Art of Opera Singing


Bachelor Degree Programmes

  • Piano
  • Orchestral Wind And Percussion Instruments
  • Bayan, Accordion And Strings Plucked Instruments
  • Opera Singing