WBest pg programme in Fashion Art,painting,visual arts,Contemporary Art Practice Courses in Delhi NCR India - World University Of Design

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ART

This world is but a canvas to our imagination

About School

Visual Arts represent wide-ranging areas of artistic practices in which Creative painting, environmental art and technology based arts are being given primary importance. The School of Visual Arts is a space where practices traditional and non-traditional methods of art making are nurtured and developed within conceptually and methodologically strong structures.

In SVA we believe in mentorship with a constant push towards experimentation and innovation. Specializations in specific branches and cross disciplinary studies are the distinctive nature of our courses. The graduate and post-graduate courses at SVA are designed to combine conceptual and skill-based learning aimed at creating professional possibilities in experimental and research-based practices, to produce Artists, Historians, and Curators for the future.

DEAN'S MESSAGE

School of Visual Arts has been conceived as a learning center of multiple practices in contemporary art. Students of the PG Course in Visual Arts also have the choice of focusing on Creative Painting or Art and Environment in which technology based art is also an integral part of the program. Though the UG program of creative painting lay importance to the classical methods of studio practices, specific importance has been given to new /multimedia practices. This is conceived with the intention that students should not be left out from the institution without classical and technological practice.

NEWS & EVENTS

14 Feb 2018

Inauguration of Clay Art studio was on 14 th February and continued till 23 rd February 2018 which was headed by Rajveerji a local potter from a nearby village. During this course we learnt 3 different methods: pinching coiling and wheel work. Pottery course took 10 days to finish. In the last 3-4 days gheru was applied over the finished works and then they were put to fire and after a day or so the fire settled and we could finally have our finished products displayed.

11 Feb 2018

The next day we visited India Art Fair organised at NSIC Grounds Okhla New Delhi which offers curated insights into the fast developing local art scene and is the leading platform to develop modern and contemporary art from South Asia and a portal to the region cultural landscape. We as audience got to know the wide spectrum of artistic practices and relished looking at the art work there.

10 Feb 2018

We went to Kala Mela 2018 which was the 1 st such event organised by Lalit Kala Academy inaugurated by the vice president of India Sri M. Venkaiah Naidu in New Delhi on 3 rd February 2018. More than 800 artists from all over the world took part in the festival. Our university also took part in the event.We visited the fair for 3-4 days and were asked to document the work of the artist of our own choice. We also participated in the painting competition organised by Lalit Kala at the event.

8 Feb 2018

Visit to suraj kundmela 2018 – surajkund is an annual fest that takes place in Faridabad Haryana . It is one the most popular and largest fairs in the world . Both National and international skilled craftsmen take part to showcase their talent .In 1987 the first surajkundmela was organised and became one of the most popular tourists site of haryana.This year it was organised for 17 days i.e. 2 nd to 18 th feb. We visited on 8 th February to experience the fair. we also interacted with some of the craftsmen and got to know about crafts traditions. We as Visual students got to know about various craft traditions from around the world and how can we include those crafts in our contemporary art practices.

24 Nov 2017

On the 2 nd day we started our day from Delhi College of Art Tilak Marg New Delhi where we visited their studios and we got to know what surroundings the student’s work in and how the student utilise the place they have been provided by making installations public art etc. After that we visited Triveni Kala Sangam where we witnessed how K.G.Subramanyan works with diverse media and materials. He does not use icons as mythical characters or figures and most of his mural works are not decorative unlike other murals in India. Then we were in India Habitat Centre which is a multipurpose building in New Delhi where we saw different artists adopting different media commercially in the social space they were provided. Then for a short break we went to New Friends Colony and after our lunch we visited Gallery Escape where Samit Das works were displayed. We observed that the artist creates multiple layers and remarkable forms using urban architecture as his point of reference. He also interesting textures in his works some tactile while others are only visual. Then we winded up our day at NIV which is situated in Southern Outer edge of New Delhi where we got to know that it is an organisation which is focused on facilitating the fundamental necessities for advancement of cultural art practice.

1 Nov 2017

On our first visit we went to Sudhir Patwardhan show at Vadehra Art Gallery Defence Colony New Delhi. His work was based on the city-scapes and reflects the lifestyle of urban middle class and drew their immediacy from the memories of the city. The works that we adored the most were his self –portraits and the paintings in which he showed his day-to- day life. After that we headed towards Saba Hasan show at Alliance Franciase Lodhi Estate, New Delhi . There we saw that she experiments with different kinds of mediums such as charcoal wax abstract photographs voice and video works. Her work reveals the forces of time, nature and personal histories in a vigorous expression. We even had a talk with her about her experiences with each medium she works with. Then we ended our day in Lalit Kala Academy where we saw interesting sculptures made from different food items and portraits on ceramic plates with acrylic and abstract photographs. So through this visit we got to know it is an autonomous organisation established by government of India to promote and propagate understanding of Indian art in and outside the nation.



UG PROGRAMMES:

BVA - Creative Painting

FOCUS: Contemporary approaches in the medium and material have brought forth sweeping changes in making, viewing and consumption of Painting. Our newly structured syllabus is focused on addressing these shifts and preparing students to take on future challenges. Environmental, material, conceptual and industry based elements are combined with traditional teaching methods, and Creative Painting at the SVA is the most updated undergraduate painting program in South Asia.

CONTENT: The core of the program is focused on developing drawing, painting , and material based learning through the stages of nurturing, development and experimentation. Various modules, build in artist/ industry visits, environmental/social connections and our electives allow trans media - disciplinary exposures. The program also provides inputs in multiple practices in traditional and modern streams of art, introducing a liberal choice to the students in specializing her/his individual expression.

CREATIVE PAINTING

Drawing / Portrait Photography Mural Western Art
Creative Painting Modern Western Art Indian Art   Aesthetics
Graphic Design Contemporary Indian Art Painting – Portrait Drawing Full Figure
Contemporary Eastern And Middle Art Contemporary Asian Art Modern Indian Art Contemporary Art Projects
Contemporary middle Eastern Arts And Ideas Multi Media/new media Print Making  
Contemporary European Art project Contemporary European Art Ancient Indian Art  Thesis Project

CAREERS: Apart from practicing as a freelance painter a graduate in Creative Painting have the choice of placement as a faculty in schools/ colleges of Fine Arts, as artist in Advertising firms/ government departments/ museums, or crossover into other design / art specializations.

BVA - Applied Arts

FOCUS: Applied Art is the core skill used to develop tools for visual publicity, especially in the immensely creative, rewarding and vital field of advertising. Our courses focused on exposure, skill and material exploration, this program is ideal for young creative minds seeking a career in print, electronic-media and animation.

CONTENT:This professional, in-demand career-oriented program features an in-depth, sector-focused and ever-evolving curriculum designed to instil creative sensibilities and groom aspirants to attain professional competence as Applied Artists. Students will specialize in the knowledge and use of hand and digital tools required for creative design (conceptualization, layout, image manipulation, etc) across media from print to outdoor and web. The syllabus is designed to sharpen artistic intellectual and creative sensibilities for applying in a functional and market oriented world.

APPLIED ARTS

Visual Thinking History of Art & Design Digital Methods Social Campaign Design
Drawing Analyzing Advertisement Typography Branding Design
Fundamental of Design Elements of Graphics Advance Photography Media Management
Basic Photography Commercial Campaign Design Trans-Media Story Telling Research methodology
Printing Prepress & Reproduction PoS &Visual Merchandizing Creative (Copy) Writing Strategy and Media Planning
Computer Graphics & Illustration Design Drawing Illustration Brand & Branding Thesis Project

CAREERS: Applied Art as a professional skill finds high demand in the advertising industry worldwide, comprising of creative agencies, graphic design studios, magazines, advertising firms, newspapers, etc. Careers also exist in public sector and perform in various roles such as art director, visualizer, printing institutes’ layout designers, set directors and so on. They can work as teachers or can even start their own art studios, advertising companies, etc.




2 YEAR POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES:

Eligibility 3/4 years Bachelors degree in Design, Fine Arts or corresponding qualification. Admission through aptitude test and portfolio review & interview.


MVA - Curatorial Practices in Art and Design

FOCUS: Curation is the fastest growing profession in the creative industries , yet the entire south Asia does not have any degree programs focused on training professional curators. Contemporary art galleries design houses, museums and websites professional expertise in curating exhibitions, archives and collections. This program offers the student to develop intellectual and practical knowledge in practicing organizational skills in representing Art or Design objects and histories, as well as contextually imparting it in the public domain.

CONTENT: The program provides a wide range of subjects like history of art and design, Space/ Exhibition design , art, heritage and design management, and . Focused on developing Presentation and Writing Skills along with an emphasis is on hands-on work with experts in the field and professional networking, this program committed to create curators with a perfect blend of Conceptual Skills and Industry based execution experience.

MVA CURATORIAL PRACTICES IN ART

Curatorial practices Art and calligraphy Museums and artifacts Museum and display of art objects
History of Indian Art Museums and art galleries Museums in India Contemporary museums
History of European Art Writing on ancient arts Museums in Europe Contemporary writing
Art and culture
Art of china and Japan Writing on contemporary art Museum and museology Exhibitions in Art Galleries

CAREERS: Graduates find employment as curator to different museums, state or private funded galleries, in design houses, in art/ design based websites, in administration & management of art galleries, as faculty in universities, or art critic in magazines and journals, art development agencies, education & interpretations, art publishing, etc.


MVA - Fashion Art

FOCUS: This is a unique 2-year postgraduate course that is focused on blurring lines between Art, Design, Fashion, and Craft, in order to create professionals who are bold, dynamic and creative. The Course helps students find their path to careers in fashion, art, and a wide range of design fields. Here high-level creative insight meets hands-on learning, and imagination takes root to enabling students to think outside the ideas utility and function.

CONTENT: The curriculum sets the pace for rapidly changing industry trends and the growing role of art. Taught by artists, theorists, and experimental designers, the students will hone their abilities and sharpen your sense of fashion, art, and innovation. The course gives emphasis to various exposures, material understanding, and conceptual skills. The students will be trained in the arts of research, exploration, innovation, collaboration, and experimentation.

MVA FASHION ART

History And Practice Of Fashion Trends And Trends Setting In Fashion Body As A Canvas Textiles And Fashion
Fashion Movement Fashion Culture In Eastern And Middle Eastern Countries Cultural Aspects Of Fashion Design And Fashion
Fashion Culture In Europe Materials And Methods In Fashion Design Fashion As Art In Films  
Fashion As Art In Spectacle Shows Images And Its Articulation In Fashion Human Body And Fashion Dissertation

CAREERS: As a professional, you will be part of the transformation of fashion and other contemporary creative industries.


MVA - Art & Design History

FOCUS: The programme provides an interdisciplinary study of the history of art and design, reinventing the larger area of the history of art in which design was an important element of expression. Courses covers historical development of civilizations and art in relation with design, motifs and forms in ancient seals, coins & icons; Contexts and concepts of design in architecture and sculpture, as well as modernism and modernity in design and art.

CONTENT: The program provides an interdisciplinary study of the history of art and design. As well as advancing your knowledge of developments that have occurred in these vibrant areas of practice in modernity - and, in particular, the last 50 years - the course will also provide you with transferable skills in history, theory and research. Students will be expected to conduct research around the broad themes and subjects addressed by each module. Importance will be given to the study of Folk, Tribal and Rural Arts in particular and Indian Art and Crafts in general.

MVA ART & DESIGN HISTORY

Art and design history Art and design Aesthetics and design Applied areas of design
Art in ancient India Origins of design in India Avant gard art and design Post-modernism and design
Art and ancient civilization Design and ancient civilization Constructivism and design Art history and design
Art and  Chinese civilization Design and cultural icons Design in Rural India Design and Tribal arts of India

CAREERS: The programme creates scope and opening in the fields of education, curation and journalism.


MVA - Contemporary Art Practice

FOCUS: The program offers focused engagement with Creative Painting/ Enviroment and Public based art/ Technology and Media based art. The program will provide requisite technical skills to produce work that integrates thought, creativity and technique, experiment in their use of materials, processes and environments. The students will develop your individual creative practice through exhibitions, residencies, public art projects and many other forms of arts-related activity. Focusing on alternative approaches to Media and Technologies, this program is the perfect melting pot of Skills, Concepts, Materials, and Methods.

CONTENT:The program will provide substantial training in studio practices of creative painting with a contemporary outlook which hosts the regional, national and international movements in art and culture. Art and environment /technology interface will provide the art student with the experimentation of multiple mediums, materials and new media art, both in environment and gallery. Students will develop individual creative practice through exhibitions, residencies, public art projects and many other forms of arts-related activity.

MVA CONTEMPORARY ART PRACTICE

Creative Painting Art And Environment Still Photography
Sculpture/Drawing Art And Technology Movie Photography
Western Art Asian Art New Media Art
Indian Art Contemporary Folk /Tribal /Rural Art Of India Digital Experience
Philosophy Of Art Contemporary Arts And Ideas Dissertation

CAREERS: Options include independent production, publishing, advertising, curatorial and archive work, picture research, arts administration, teaching and community arts.



11 MONTH DIPLOMA PROGRAMME:

Eligibility : 10 + 2 or equivalent. Admission through personal interview.

Photography Diploma

FOCUS: Photography is about an idea, a message, or an emotion. That idea or message may be something small, a single word, or it may be a whole statement that the photographer wants to explore.

CONTENT: The photography programme will help students learn the basics & essentials, gain the requisite skills and develop a style required to be a successful photographer - History of photography, professional photography techniques, Lighting, Photography equipment, Digitally editing, Photo manipulation techniques; Travel, outdoors, nature and landscapes, Macro, Portrait photography, Wedding photography, Product and advertisement photography, Fashion and Sports photography; Photojournalism.

CAREERS: The program has prospects in advertising, fashion industry, news media and as freelance photographer.


WUD FACULTY

Prof. SM Kulkarni is a graduate of Sir J.J. School of Arts, Bombay, post graduate from College of Fine Arts, Baroda and a second post graduation from National Institute of Design, AHMEDABAD. Prior to joining WUD, he was the Dean of Sushant School of Design at Ansal University. He has also taught at NIFT, IICD, FDDI and Banasthali University, Rajasthan. Besides teaching, Prof. Kulkarni has over 30 years of consulting experience. Some of his prestigious assignments include the Golden Eye Exhibition at Copper Hewits Museum New York, as part of Festival of India; Apana Ustav (New Delhi); Timeless art Exhibition for Times of India Centenary Celebration; Muzaffar Ali for film Zooni etc. The repertoire of clients also includes Ritu Kumar, UNDP, SEWA, Findia Foundation, NCJD & Ministry of Textiles.

A gold medalist from Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda, Rahul Bhattacharya is a cultural theorist, pursuing writing, curating exhibitions and building art education spaces. He has initiated many long term public art projects, especially in the capacity of Co founder of ‘Regional Arts, Performance and Events’, Joint Secretary of Performers independent and the founder organizer of Kolkata International Performance Art Festival. He is Editor of tracingartinpublic.com and former Managing Editor of Art & Deal Magazine and mattersofart.com. As a curator he specializes in exhibition design and outreach doing seminal shows like the 'Drifters', heading outreach programs for Coovum Art Festival and the film Rang Rasia.

A Ph.D in visual communication from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IIT); Preeti has a M.Phil & MVA in Applied Art from Dr. B.R. Ambedekar University Agra, and BFA in Applied Arts from the Rajasthan School of Art Jaipur. She has been a visiting research fellow at Politecnico di Milano, Italy, School of Design. Her other research interests are in the field of Advertising, Brand identity, Packaging, Visual communication. She presented six papers in international conferences and has been awarded the most distinguished paper presenter at the international conference of research into design ICORD’17. One of her papers has been short listed for young research award. She has 10 years teaching experience in renowned universities and institutes of India among are Amity University, Apeejay college of Fine Arts, District Institute of Education & Training.

Neeraj Rathee is an alumni of College of Art, Delhi (MFA, BFA), University of Delhi with specialisation in Applied Art. He has been awarded with Pt. Ravi Shankar Award & Swapan Biswas Award, highest awards in Applied art specialization along with many prizes. His experience is in the field of Campaign planning, Graphic design and Illustration. He has delivered several guest lectures in College of Art, Delhi for poster design and press design courses.


VISITING FACULTY PANEL

Manjot Kaur is an interdisciplinary artist practicing painting, land art, video art, installation and performance. She studied visual arts in the field of painting and is now working vividly in the field of public and environmental art. Passionate about ecology, conservation and the ephemeral she likes to wander into natural places. Her research explores the impermanence and shared invisible bonds of existence that makes human more humane. She is recipient of Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademi award, University Gold Medal for MFA 2012, Travel Grant to UK and many more. Her work is in collection of Govt. Museum and Art Gallery, Chandigarh; Private collection with eminent art historian BN Goswamy and others. She has participated in various national and international artist residencies. She is currently an associate member of Punjab Lalit Kala Akademi.

Samudra Kajal Saikia is a practitioner of interdisciplinary art practices (including performance, theatre, public art, creative writing, cultural criticism) and a researcher. After completing BFA from Viswabharati, Santiniketan and MVA from M S University of Baroda (in Art History and Aesthetics) he co-founded a company to work in the media entertainment industries in New Delhi, and also co-founded art curatorial and pedagogical initiatives like Regional Art, Performance and Events (R.A.P.E), and Nine Schools of Art, New Delhi. He is practitioner of a distinctive performative practice that is coined as the Disposable Theatre instigating collaborations and cross genre experimentation. Samudra was the recipient of FICA Public Art Grant, 2010 before he receives the Ila Dalmia FICA Research Grant in 2013. He is also building the first ever publicly accessible digital archive of “Performance Art in India” for Asia Art Archive.

WORLD UNIVERSITY OF DESIGN

SCHOLARSHIPS & LOAN - 2018 ADMISSIONS

World University of Design strongly believes in nurturing and encouraging the brightest minds to transform them into lifelong learners and leaders. To acknowledge such high potential academic achievers, World University of Design offers generous scholarships covering part/full academic fee for the entire duration of the program.

1. Merit Scholarship :

 

Design /
Fashion /
Communication
(All UG)

Architecture

Visual Art

Management

Design
 (PG)

Visual Art
(PG)

Prescribed Academic Fee

9,00,000

8,00,000

5,20,000

5,10,000

5,00,000

2,60,000

A

Scholarship Amount

6,75,000

6,00,000

3,90,000

3,82,500

2,50,000

1,30,000

Net Fee Payable

2,25,000

2,00,000

1,30,000

1,27,500

2,50,000

1,30,000

B

Scholarship Amount

4,50,000

4,00,000

2,60,000

2,55,000

1,25,000

65,000

Net Fee Payable

4,50,000

4,00,000

2,60,000

2,55,000

3,75,000

1,95,000

C

Scholarship Amount

2,25,000

2,00,000

1,30,000

1,27,500

 

Net Fee Payable

6,75,000

6,00,000

3,90,000

3,82,500

 


• The students availing these scholarships will be required to meet the academic and non-academic performance criteria for each semester. For continuation of Scholarship students will be expected to meet pre-defined academic standards including maintaining a minimum CGPA of 7.0.
• If a student fails to fulfill the scholarship continuation criteria, he/she would be required to pay full fees for the rest of the program. The scholarship is reinstated in case the student manages to bring up their scores above the continuation criteria in the subsequent semesters. The fees paid for the duration that the student was not on scholarship is not refundable.
• The net scholarship amount will be adjusted against the fee payable in the following manner: Final Year will be totally free with 100% of annual fee being adjusted against scholarship. Remaining scholarship amount will be equally divided in 2 or 3 or 4 years depending on the duration of the programme.
• Only one kind of scholarship can be availed by one student.
• In aggregate percentage Physical Education / Fine Arts / Performing Arts / Vocational / Non-written subjects will not be considered.
• No amount of scholarship will be paid in cash.
• Scholarship offers applies only to those students who have appear for and cleared the Aptitude Test & Interview and their admission is granted.
• Scholarships will be awarded to 10% of total enrolled strength in each case on a first come first serve basis
.

• Eligibility conditions for Scholarships:

 

Design/ Fashion/ Communication (All UG)

Architecture

Visual Art
(UG)

Management

Design  (PG)

Visual Art
(PG)

A

• 90% & above aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• NID Rank ≤ 500
• NIFT Rank ≤ 1000 
• UCEED Rank ≤ 500
• WUD Entrance Score ≥ 80%

• 90% & above aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• NATA Score ≥ 125
• JEE Paper 2 Score ≥ 240

• 90% & above aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• WUD Entrance Score ≥ 75%

• 90% & above aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• CET Rank ≤ 500
• WUD Entrance Score ≥ 75%

• 80% & above aggregate in Graduation
• CEED Rank ≤ 500
• WUD Entrance Score ≥ 80%

• 80% & above aggregate in Graduation
• WUD Entrance Score ≥ 75%

B

• 80- 89.9% aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• NID Rank 501 – 750
• NIFT Rank 1001- 1500
• UCEED Rank 501-750
• WUD Entrance Score 70-79.9%

• 80- 89.9% aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• NATA Score 110-124
• JEE Paper 2 Score 225-239-.9

• 80-89.9% aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• WUD Entrance Score 61-75%

• 80- 89.9% aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• CET Rank 500-700
• WUD Entrance Score 61-75%

• 70-79.9% aggregate in Graduation
• CEED Rank 501-1000
• WUD Entrance Score 65-79.9%

• 70-79.9% aggregate in Graduation
• WUD Entrance Score 61-75%

C

• 70 to 79.9% aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• NID Rank 751 – 1000
• NIFT Rank 1500-3000
• UCEED Rank 751-1000
• WUD Entrance Score 60-69.9%

• 70 to 79.9% aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• NATA Score 100-110
• JEE Paper 2 Score 210-224.9

• 70-79.9% aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• WUD Entrance Score 50-60%

• 70 to 79.9% aggregate in 10+2 of CBSE or equivalent
• CET Rank 701-1000
• WUD Entrance Score 50-60%

 


2. Special Scholarships :

In an effort to make quality design education more affordable and to further the advancement opportunities for students with creative talent but coming through constrained opportunities, World University of Design, through an exclusive tie up with an NGO - SAPNAY ®has instituted the following Scholarships, each worth 20% of total fee amount:

A. Wards of Defense Personnel
B. Wards of Serving Teachers
C. Single Girl Child
D. Sports
E. Performing Arts

Award of these scholarships will be governed by the following rules and guidelines –

1. These scholarships would apply to those not covered under existing merit-based Scholarships
2. These scholarships will be awarded totally at the discretion of the University/ SAPNAY ® and total number of scholarships will be limited to 10% of total enrolled strength in each program on a first come first serve basis.
3. The University reserves the right to offer these Scholarships through its own additional assessment. The University may ask for additional documents by way of School Certificates, Income Statements, Details of examination taken, etc. The onus will be on the candidate to produce the required documents in Original to support the award of scholarship.
4. The decision of the University towards such Scholarships will be final and binding. The scholarships are a privilege towards fulfilling specific purpose and not an entitlement.
5. These Scholarships will be processed after a student joins the University. Until the time of joining, the candidates are expected to follow the common selection process.
6. The students availing these scholarships will be required to meet the academic and non-academic performance criteria for each semester. For continuation of Scholarship students will be expected to meet pre-defined academic standards including maintaining a minimum CGPA of 6.50.
7. The net scholarship amount will be adjusted against the fee payable in the following manner: Final Year will have 50% of annual fee being adjusted against scholarship. Remaining scholarship amount will be equally divided in 2 or 3 or 4 years depending on the duration of the programme.

EDUCATIONAL LOAN

World University of Design has an exclusive tie up with Axis Bank for providing educational loan to students securing admission to the institute. Disbursement of the loan is as per the banks' terms and conditions

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