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BFA Animation
Painting
Applied Arts

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  • CAREER AVENUES
  • Curriculum

BFA Animation/ Painting/ Applied Arts

 

The Visual and Performing Arts program explores the scholarly and practical study of a wide variety of artistic techniques and styles. Within the Visual and Performing Arts is a range of educational opportunities and potential careers.

Course Features :

  • A Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) is followed similar to the syllabi of international universities.
  • A holistic and far-sighted curriculum developed by a team of experts keeps sustainability as its focus.
  • The students are taught in studios where they have their own dedicated design spaces. They are set projects that require them to produce drawings and models to communicate their ideas.
  • Studio work is supervised in individual tutorials and group critical reviews encouraging students to develop essential design skills.
  • Learning is not only confined to the studio, opportunities are given to students to also explore nature.

Course Details

 

  • The BVA students at SSU are prepared for an unpredictable and exciting field of visual communication.
  • The course provides an opportunity to the students with a flair for art and innovation to specialize in Applied Arts or Painting.
  • This professional degree program will enable students to become successful visual art professionals.
  • After completing the course, students can seek employment at art studios, advertising firms, as well as publishing houses, and even put up one’s own art exhibition.
  • The capstone initiatives taken by the department include various activities apart from teaching. Students are encouraged to adopt various interdisciplinary activities merging music, dance, fine arts, architecture, mass media, and journalism in an integrated manner that also adds value to their degrees. Both students and faculty are also encouraged to participate in various international platforms.

Career Avenues

 

  • The most common employers of performing arts graduates include local government, arts organizations, education institutions, the National Health Service (NHS), leisure companies, voluntary organizations, research agencies, freelance services, etc
  • Short-term or freelance contracts, moving between different fields, generating opportunities through networking, attending auditions, collaborating with other artists, and putting on your own shows are all part of a performer’s lifestyle.

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE FACT SHEET

10+2 examination or equivalent from any stream from a recognised board with a minimum of 50% score

ELIGIBILITY

(For ADMISSION)

08 SEMESTER

(04 YEARS FULL TIME)

INR 60,000 / $US 1800

(TUITION FEE PER SEMESTER**)

20

SEATS

2022-23

ENTRY

Mr. Ratikant Mohapatra Dean – Faculty of Arts, Communication and Indic Studies
Smt.Bhanumathi Narasimhan
Smt.Bhanumathi Narasimhan Faculty of Arts, Communication and Indic Studies
Prof. Kalyani Samantray
Prof. Kalyani Samantray Professor & HoD, FACIS
Aaron Chimbel
Aaron Chimbel Editorial Board - FACIS (Journalism and Mass Communication)
Dan Arnall
Dan Arnall Editorial Board - FACIS (Journalism and Mass Communication)
Badri Seshadri
Badri Seshadri Editorial Board - FACIS (Journalism and Mass Communication)
Deepak Harichandan
Deepak Harichandan Editorial Board - FACIS (Journalism and Mass Communication)
Dr. Umesh Arya
Dr. Umesh Arya Editorial Board - FACIS (Journalism and Mass Communication)
Ms. Rashmi Rekha Das
Ms. Rashmi Rekha Das Champion Faculty - FACIS (Odissi)

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