Fine Arts Courses
Fine Art is the making and study of visual art. It is an art form practiced mainly for its aesthetic value and its beauty rather than its functional value. Fine art is rooted in drawing and design-based works such as painting, printmaking, and sculpture. It is often contrasted with “applied art” and “crafts” which are both traditionally seen as utilitarian activities. Other non-design-based activities regarded as fine arts, include photography and architecture, although the later is best understood as an applied art. It educates and prepares students to become artists and to follow other practices that are aligned to the making of art.
The fine arts commonly include additional forms, such as film, photography, video production/editing, design, sequential art, conceptual art, printmaking, history of arts, designs, sculpture, architecture, pottery, Interior designing, Photography & Painting.
Conventional art forms are being converted into profitable sectors for commercial use nowadays. Opportunities are increasing at a rapid rate in the fine arts sectors. Fine art graduates develop a range of practical and creative skills, and gain valuable experience of entering exhibitions, competitions and building up a portfolio of work. They can set up or become a part of animation & advertising companies, art studios, clothing industry, fashion houses, magazines & online services & teaching.
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