Diploma in Fine Arts

Feb. 7, 2017, 1:09 p.m.

Diploma in Fine Arts is Diploma level Fine Arts course. Fine art or fine arts comprise art forms developed mainly for aesthetics or concept rather than practical application. Art is often a synonym for fine art, as employed in the term ‘art gallery’. This Fine Arts course enables students to learn the whole concept of pipelining of production in 2D and 3D animation with the incorporation of in-depth traditional concepts of drawing and painting.

How is Diploma in Fine Arts Course Beneficial?

There are many career options for the degree holders as they can go for competition, studios, and galleries, to display outstanding talent, creativity, and style. Another area of jobs is Multimedia arts and animation they have better job opportunities than other artists but along with stiff competition. After passing the course, they can also go for further higher studies in the subjects of their interest of graduation.

 Eligibility

  • Students who have passed their10+2 with 50% of marks from a recognized Board.

Diploma in Fine Arts Syllabus

Syllabus of Fine Arts as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.

Subjects of Study

Part I History of Indian Art (From pre history to 6th century Ad) Part II Fundamental of Art

Still Life (Practical)

Landscape (practical) or Clay Modelling

Internal/Sessional works

Part I History of Indian Art (From pre history to 6th century Ad) Part-II Fundamental of Art

Still Life (Practical)

Landscape (practical) or Clay Modelling

Internal/Sessional works

Part I History of Indian Art (From 7th century AD to 18th century AD) Part II Fundamental of Art

Head study (Practical)

Landscape (practical) or Clay Modelling

Internal/Sessional works

Part I History of Indian Art (From 7th century AD to 18th century AD) Part II Fundamental of Art

Head study (Practical)

Landscape (practical) or Clay Modelling

Internal/Sessional works

Part I History of Indian Art (A brief summary of prehistoric to Gothic) Part II Fundamental of Art

Portrait painting (Practical)

Landscape (practical) or Clay Modelling

Internal/Sessional works

Part I History of Indian Art (A brief summary of early Renaissance to Baroque) Part II Fundamental of Art

Portrait painting (Practical)

Landscape (practical) or Clay Modelling

Internal/Sessional works

 

Diploma in Fine Arts Colleges

  • Gyanvarsha Institute, New Delhi
  • Kalamandir School of Art, Bangalore
  • Shaheed Udham Singh Government College, Sangarur
  • Pacific University, Udaipur

Diploma in Fine Arts Course Suitability

The course is suitable for those who are lover of arts and keen interest in it along with want to make it their career. Those who want to have Master degree and then for further research studies are suitable for it. They should also possess a high level of creativity; a good appreciation of colour and shape; self-motivation; willingness to work alone; business skills to promote and market your work and the ability to cope with a changing workload.

 Job Types

  • Academic Research Editor - Arts and Humanities
  • Graphic Designer
  • Art Teacher
  • Flash Animator
  • Assist. Lecturer - Fine Arts
  • Retail Sales Executive - Fine Arts
  • Faculty/Lecturer - Graphics Designing
  • Art Liaison Officer

Advance Courses in Diploma in Fine Arts

  • B.A. (Hons.) (Fine Arts)
  • M.A. (Fine Arts)


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