Bachelor of Visual Arts is also known with its short or abbreviated name- B.V.A. It is Fine Arts course which teaches about different firms of arts like animations, film, graphic designing, video, photography, print media and many other forms. The course has six major parts which are painting, screen arts, photo media, print media, sculptures (ceramics and glass) and Jewellery and Object. Candidates have options to select as per their choice and interest. Candidates interested in contemporary arts and want to learn about conceptual and technical skills of art are suitable for this course.
This is a very useful course for those hoping to make one of the visual arts forms as a platform to launch their career. Art, especially visual art is gaining on popularity in the country and abroad and an increasing number of students these days are graduating in this field. Technology has helped in developing and promoting these visual art forms far and wide. Considering their popularity, the general population too is taking interest in them. It’s through such courses on films, paintings and photography that the students get to understand the importance of the art forms. Those aspiring to make visual arts as a career will get various opportunities to showcase their skills, in a country already famous for its culture and art forms.
Passed 10+2 or an equivalent qualification from any discipline, preferably with more than 50% marks.
The duration is 3 to 4 years for this course and most of the institutes follow semester systems. Each semester is having 6 months duration and in such cases, 6-8 semesters need to be qualifies for completion of this course.
Admissions can be taken directly in some institutes. In that case, candidates need to submit the filled application form, other required documents and application fee before last date of submission. Other ways for admissions are merit basis and through entrance examinations. In both the cases, institute short list the candidates form the application received before last date.
More about the course
This course in visual arts provides you with a hands-on approach in learning the various skills associated with the numerous art forms. You develop your knowledge base whether it’s in painting, printing, screen art or photomedia. This is also a worthwhile course for say, learning the skills and educate oneself about the historical aspects of sculpture as a popular art form, in all its diversity, whether ceramics, glass or simply stone. Through these courses you get to investigate about the history of the various art forms and their role in influencing societies over the ages. It’s through critical studies and continuous workshops on these art forms that the students get to gain on the necessary skills and expertise to practice them on the professional front.
This course starts with basics like drawing from nature or object, print making, fundamentals of arts, 2D and 3D designing (theory and practical), etc. Candidates also learn about history of Indian culture and arts, English and regional languages in this course. The later part deals with topics like drawing from human figure, still life, fundamentals of computers, head study in painting, Mural designing, Indian aesthetics, portrait painting, etc.
Ours being a country where art and culture is popular and part of our day to day living, there are lot of scopes in the field. One can get to work with one of the many institutions in the field or can even go free-lancing working on one’s own. Possible employment areas are film making, television industry, advertising, animation, magazines, wildlife photography, fashion photography, ceramics industry, publishing houses, digital media and plenty of others. Those with lots of creativity and innovative ideas can make it real big in this field. There have been various famous painters, photographers, sculptors, designers who have shined in their respective field. You can further your education by doing postgraduate courses on the field.
Further Study options
After this course, candidates interested in higher studies can go for post graduation in same in related specialization. They can study M.A., M.V.A or M.F.A in performing arts, sculptures, visual arts, film making, painting, Print making and many more options.
B.Ed, M.Ed. and PhD are also available for candidates having interest in teaching and research respectively.
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