Experience an Interdisciplinary
Approach to Art Education

The Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons.) at Jindal School of Liberal Arts & Humanities (JSLH) invites you to embark on an adventure of creativity, expression, enigma, new ideas, and infinite possibilities.

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The Curriculum

The programme is divided into 4 interconnected segments: study, skill, concept, and creativity. Each of the courses will fall into one of these components, which will run throughout the programme.

STUDY

2D Study: Drawing | 3D Study: Modelling | Colour Study | Study of miniatures | Light and image | Study of Space

SKILL

Ceramics and Glazing | Metal work | Print Making | Pottery | Stone Carving | Photography | Video Art | Postproduction: Photography & Videography

CONCEPT

History of Western Art | Introduction to Visual Culture | Introduction to Cultural Studies | Art & Politics | Contemporary Art in the Global South | Conceptual & post-conceptual Art | Decolonialising Aesthetics

CREATIVITY

Painting | Sculpture | Installation Art | Digital Art | Text and Image | Art & the Environment | Performance Art

BFA (Hons.) PROGRAMME BROCHURE

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Why Study BFA (Hons.) ?

If you are creative and want to make a career out of it!

If you enjoy experimenting with new mediums and techniques.

If you want to express yourself in a visual language.


If you want your art practice to be informed by critical theory.

If you want your art to create social impact.

If you want to join a rich network of creative individuals.

Career Opportunities

While our programme is designed to educate and train visual artists, we encourage our students to explore additional forms of practice. Here are some of the options you can pursue after BFA (Hons.):

Freelance Studio Artist | Gallery Artist
Illustrator | Creative Designer
Art Historian | Art Acquisition
Specialist Curator | Gallery Assistant
Community Artist | Theatre Set Designer

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