SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS (SFA)
More than the regular 4 to 5 hours, students are encouraged to be self-motivated and work on their own projects at their own rhythm.  The many activities, workings and interactions with visiting lecturers and foreign artists force the students to think outside of their restricted initial frames of reference and respond to contemporary thinking in the field of art.

Mission
To train our students to acquire relevant skills, knowledge and competence that will enable them - as human beings, but more specifically as artists - to respond creatively, effectively and responsibly to the challenges of an interdependent and fast changing world.



Job Prospect
To train our students to acquire relevant skills, knowledge and competence that will enable them - as human beings, but more specifically as artists - to respond creatively, effectively and responsibly to the challenges of an interdependent and fast changing world.


  • Dip/B.A (Hons) Fine Arts - The Programme is designed to equip students for careers in teaching or as professional artists, designers and   illustrators.
  • Dip/B.A (Hons) Digital Art - The programme is designed to equip students to embrace careers  such as animators, video artists and multimedia designers.
  • B.A (Hons) Fine Arts with Education - The programme is designed to equip students to critically analyse issues related to education and the teaching of Fine Arts and to be teachers.

Dip/B.A (Hons) Fine Arts - Course Coordinator (Mrs N. Luckeenarian)

B.A (Hons) Fine Arts (P/T) - Course Coordinator (Mrs N. Treebhoobun)





 

"No culture can live, if it attempts to be exclusive."

"The fish in the water is silent, the animals on the earth is noisy, the bird in the air is singing. But man has in him the silence of the sea, the noise of the earth and the music of the air."


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