About the Course
BFA (BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS)
Bachelor of Fine Arts is an Undergraduate level degree program. The program is meant for the students who have a passion to study fine arts and different facets of it like drawing, visualization etc. The program is developed in such a way so as to create interest in the candidates about fine arts. The program covers the creation of visual art works like photography, sculpture, theatre, painting, architecture and dance. This course is also known as B.F.A (Bachelor of Fine Arts) or B.V.A (Bachelor of Visual Arts). Both these program are the same. In the initial year of the program, topics like portraiture, art history, watercolour, figure drawing etc. are covered in the course
Topics CoveredCOURSE CONTENT
Still Life & Composition
Theory ( Indian History of Art/Contemporary Artists)
Tone, Texture, Shade
Pen & Ink
Who should attendEligibility Criteria for B.F.A
Once an aspirant finishes +2 in any group from a recognized board, he/she can study the fine arts program. The B.F.A Program does not comprise of any entrance exam. However, there are some institutes that conduct the entrance examination. Aptitude test are carried out by some fine arts institute and on that basis, admission process is carried out.
Pre-requisitesB.F.A Entrance Exam Pattern
The Bachelor of Fine Arts examination duration is 2 hours. Objective type questions are included in the B.F.A test. There are multiple-choice questions. The students can choose appropriate one from the given alternatives. The topics like painting, visualization etc. are covered in these questions.
What you need to bring» Easels & drawing boards for every students
Key TakeawaysAdvantages or Benefits or Career in Bachelor of Fine Arts
After finishing B.F.A, aspirants can study a post graduation in Fine Arts i.e., M.F.A. (Master in Fine Arts) or M.V.A. (Master in Visual Arts)
Bachelor of Fine Arts program prepares the aspirants for starting a professional career in the area of visual communication
The graduation helps a candidate in developing a general sense of the Fine Arts industry.