To make arts ( Drawing and Painting ) inclusive and meaningful through creative and technological innovations, integrated with visual, oral and written communication.
To promote the visual arts by fostering critical and creative thinking, artistic expression, effective communication, cultural awareness, and community engagement
|M.A Drawing and Painting||2 Years||20||Graduate in any discipline in 48% marks|
The M.A Drawing and Painting programme is designed to assist students in the application and understanding of technical, formal and conceptual issues in historical and contemporary drawing and painting. It provides richness and complexity to learning by engaging students in the study of artistic processes, the construction of knowledge, and critical reflection.The course comprises four semesters spread over two years. The programme helps the students to enhance their drawing skills and focus towards learning practical strategies for converting their imaginations into painting composition.
A drawing career allows one to use creativity to deliver messages through images, a service that is required in many different industries. Some possible professional opportunities in this field include working as an illustrator, sketch artist or cartoonist. An illustrator provides images to go along with a prewritten text or piece of media, such as illustrations created for books, magazines or other art forms.
Sketch artists create pencil portraits of people or objects, sometimes lending their talents to police services in order to create an image from composite descriptions. Cartoonists create static and moving images to go along with a story, such as animating characters for a children’s cartoon. They need to have an excellent grasp of the technologies typically used in their field as well as strong artistic skills.
The M.A program offered by the university presents many benefits -including knowledge in artistic communication, creative problem solving and the ability to actively explore the boundaries of illustrations. Through intensive studio practice and critical dialogue with peers, faculty and visiting artists, students are encouraged to broaden their awareness and develop their own personal expression. Students can also gain the ability to discuss a drawing’s purpose and its currency potential.