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Fine Arts Education In India-3

Other specialized courses include, sculpture, painting and drama.

 

Sculpture (Course in Sculpture)

 

BFA in Sculpture

B.A Sculpture

Diploma in Sculpture

U.G. Diploma Course in Fine Arts

U.G Diploma Course in Sculpture

 

Painting (Courses in Painting)

 

BFA in Painting

B.A Painting

Diploma in Painting

U.G. Diploma Course in Painting

MFA in Painting

 

Drama (Course in Drama)

 

BFA in Drama

B.A Drama

 

All BFA graduates can pursue MFA course. BFA degree holders are also eligible to pursue postgraduate diploma programme at prestigious National Institute of Design (NID) at Ahmedabad.

 

Once course completed, Professionals in fine arts have many options for them. Though, these job avenues require talent, character and determination. Fine arts graduates can join advertising agencies as visualizers in creative department with good pay. Similarly, textile industry is always in need of skilled art professionals to create new designs, keeping in mind up-and-coming tastes and fashions. Publishing industry also requires skilled artists for the purpose of designing new books and also to illustrate them. Other prominent option is in electronic media, films and theatre productions as they are in constant need of newly designed sets for their studios and artists may find a niche there. Apart from these industries, artists can find their calling in transport and tourism industry, postal departments, art critic, art therapy etc. there are many wonderful job prospects for fine arts graduates but the final success depends upon talent, inspiration, awareness, creativity and experience.


May 6, 2008 Posted by | Art Colleges | Leave a comment

Fine Arts Education in India-2

More than fifty universities offer training in fine arts through BFA programs. These universities offer this course through their colleges. BFA (Bachelor in Fine Arts) course can be joined after successfully completing plus two or equivalent examination. Its duration is normally of four to five years. Once BFA completed successfully, students have option of pursuing further professional study in form of MFA (Master’s degree program). MFA like other masters program is usually of two years.

 

There are various courses available in different streams of fine arts. I would be writing down the available courses in different streams.

 

Music (Courses in Music and Dance):-

 

B.A Music

B.A (Visual Art/Music/Dance & Drama)

B.A (Hons) Music

BFA in Tabla

BFA in Sitar

Degree in Music

Certificate course in Music & Dance

Certificate course in Music

Certificate course in Music Appreciation & Music

Diploma in Sitar

Diploma in Music

Diploma Proficiency course in Music

Diploma in Tabla

U.G. Diploma Course in Music & Dance

M.A Music

M.Phil in Music

Ph.D in Music

Private Dance & Music Schools

 

Dances (Course in Dance):-

 

B.A Dance

B.A (Hons) Dance

BFA in Dance

Certificate course in Music & Dance

Certificate Course in Dance

Diploma in Dance

Courses in Kathak

U.G. Diploma Course in Music & Dance

M.A Dance

MFA in Dance

May 3, 2008 Posted by | Art Colleges | Leave a comment

Fine Arts education in India

As informed in the previous post, Fine Arts education in India primarily focuses on sculpting, painting, mural and interior design, applied art, ceramic design, mental craft and few specializations in pottery. With changing times, educational preferences have also changed. Now more and more students are willing to go for arts courses, considering its wide applications. If the artist is talented enough, he can make a good living. There are various jobs available for artists. Having few professional contacts also go a long way in securing a bright future in the field of art.

An artist, by default is very creative. But apart from creativity, he also possesses perseverance and self confidence which are so essential for truly reflecting his ideas in the created art. Few other attributes of an artist is knowledge and interest in the communal environment. He is also aware about social needs, tastes and traditions. Many a times, artists have to work in business environment. A professional artist is supposed to be a good team member. He is required to be responsible as well as must be able to take criticism. Sometimes, artists have to work under people who are not much interested in art. They are only business minded and adept at commissioning art works. In those cases, an artist must be willing to adjust with mental and economic constraints of client and employers. These attributes go a long way in carving a successful career out of fine arts education

April 30, 2008 Posted by | Art Colleges | Leave a comment

Art Institutions and Colleges

One of the major outcome of Increasing value and awareness of arts is emphasis on arts as a stream in educational institutions. Furthermore, it has resulted in conception of many art colleges in India. These colleges have been greatly instrumental in churning out bright minds which have been trained in diverse mediums of visual arts like fine art, paintings, sculpture and photography. These colleges focus on expression and liberation of customary outlook. India has a multitude of such wonderful colleges and they are fast gaining recognition of exceptional stature. Here, I would like to mention few of the good colleges specializing in various mediums of arts.

 

  • Jawaharlal Nehru Technology University
  • Jamia Milia Islamia
  • University of Delhi 
  • University of Calcutta
  • Loyola College
  • JJ School of Arts
  • Symbiosis Institute Of Design
  • Rabindra Bharati University
  • Amity University
  • International Institute Of Fine Arts
  • World School of Music
  • Rukmini Devi College of Fine Arts
  • Apeejay School of Fine Arts
  • University of Kala Kaviri
  • Miranda House
  • Madras Christian College
  • St. Stephen’s College
  • University of Madras
  • Aligarh Muslim University
  • University Of Jammu
  • National School of Drama
  • Anna University
  • University of Media Arts

                                                            

April 28, 2008 Posted by | Art Colleges | Leave a comment