About The Course
B.V.A. or Bachelor of Visual Arts is an undergraduate Fine Arts program. The Bachelor of Visual Arts is a three-year full-time degree in which students major in any one of the disciplines offered by the School’s Workshops. Bachelor of Arts (BVA) in Visual Arts offers unique opportunities to investigate an array of courses in art history, animation, interactive forms, film, graphic design, photography, video, print media and foundation. The course is available in six disciplinary majors. You may choose to major in Painting, Photo-media, Screen Arts, Sculpture (including ceramics and glass), Print-media or Jewellery and Object. You may also complete a second major in Critical Studies. Each major is underpinned by the teaching of rigorous theory and critical skills.
More Details About BVS (Bachelor of Visual Arts)
Aspiring students should have completed 10+2 pass or its equivalent exam from a recognized school board.
- The course is suitable to prepare the next generation of contemporary artists and creative thinkers for professional practice.
- It enables you to explore ideas through a range of media including painting, sculpture, fine and digital print, installation, performance, fiber/textile, film and video, animation, installation, performance, community engagement and social practice, sound art, book works or any hybrid practices forged by you personally.
- The course is beneficial to equip you with the conceptual and technical skills required to work as a contemporary artist or to establish an art, media or design practice.
- They will also be well-qualified to work in a wide range of other culture-related fields, including art education and administration, curation, website and interactive design, and publishing.
- Candidates will be readily equipped with skills appropriate to the expanding arts industries in fields including illustration, design, video, advertising, film production, education and community activity.
- The course will also equip you to pursue an independent studio career working towards exhibitions in commercial galleries and publicly run art spaces.
- Art Studios
- Arts Councils
- Auction Houses, Photography Studios
- Educational Institutes
- Film Industry
- Museums & Galleries
- Public & Private Art Schools
- Art Conservator
- Art Critic
- Art Teacher
- Associate Art Director
- Audio Visual Artist
- Costume Designer
- Graphic Designer
- Visual Designer
- M.A. (Visual Arts)
- Ph.D. (Visual Arts)