Sir J. J. School of Art has introduced Hobby Course in Painting [Part - Time] for those who have keen interest for painting but doensn't have any formal Art Education.
Main objective of this course is to improve interest in painting, basic understanding about painting as an Art, Introduction to the various techniques used in painting, to develop aesthetical understanding, introduction to History of Art. Is to develop a new aesthical view to understand the Art World.
It consists of keen observation of nature, our surroundings and understanding their Artistic composition by our own process. It is a journey to understand our thoughts, aesthetical view, surrounding and explorings ourself throught the observations and understanding.
- Study From Man-made Object and Nature
- Sketching And Landscape (out Door)
- 2d- Design
- 3d- Design
- Study Man-made object and Nature with emphasis on constructions, Perspective and rendering in Linear and massive Drawing.
- Sketching indoor and outdoor studies in Pencil, Cryon, Pen & Ink, Water Colour, rapid and time sketching Linear and massive drawing.
- 2 Dimensional design : study and exploration thorough organization of elements and principles in design.
- 3 Dimensional design : study and modelling of 3-D- Geometrical form and organization of forms for 3-D. Use of elements and Principles in 3-D Design Medium - Paper, Cardboard, Wire etc.
Introduction Of Medium such as
- Water colour-Poster colour
- Oil colour etc.
Debates And Discussion
Topic on Painting and related to fine art in general, social, religious aspects related to Fine Art be selected for Debates and Discussion to make the students aware about creations Art appreciation and equip themselves for Verbal expression on their subject. Students should be made aware to use book, catalogs, magazines etc. visit Art Galleries, Museums.
Hobby Course In Painting (part-time)
10th Standard / Diploma / Graduated from any recognised University.
Complete course fee paid in advanced at the time of admission by cash Rs. 3,500/-
16th May 2016
- 1st July to 31st January (For each academic year)
- Two days per week (Evening - Three hours 4pm to 7pm) Painting -Monday and Thursday Ceramics -Tuesday and Wednesday
- 75% attendance is compulsory. 75% assignments are compulsory.
Condition For Entrance- First Come FirstNOTE:
- Students are not eligible for any concessions such as S.T. / Railway or equivalent.
- Students are not eligible for Library Use.
- Form & Prospectus will be available from 16th May every year.