B.Sc Fine Arts is an undergraduate course. It comprises art forms developed mainly for aesthetics or concept rather than practical application. Art is often a synonym for fine art, as employed in the term ‘art gallery’. This course enables students to learn the whole concept of pipelining of production in 2D and 3D animation with the incorporation of in-depth traditional concepts of drawing and painting. The duration of the course is three years divided into six semesters.
The programme introduces practical and theoretical principles of the fine arts, including drawing, painting, graphic printing, sculpture, installation, photography, digital media and performance. Through hands-on experience, students develop their own creative artistic concept and implement object-related artworks with their own creative approach. Teaching staff supervises and supports throughout the study. Students attend seminars and lectures on such as art theory, philosophy and sociology. Along with individual and group discussions on students’ work, there are excursions as well as opportunities to conduct art projects outside the school. In the final phase of the study, students implement and present the project.
Students get to become illustrators, visualizers, ideators, conceptualists, storyboard artists, concept artists, art directors/supervisors, creative directors/supervisors, brand planners, brand identity designers, digital strategists, digital designers, interactive media designers and user experience designers.