SOUTH DELHI
POLYTECHNIC FOR WOMEN

Established in 1963

 

Our Golden Jubilee Year :1963 - 2013

 

 
 
Department of Fine Art

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Course Programme

  • One Year Diploma
  • Two Years Diploma
  • Three Years Higher Diploma
  • Four Years Advanced Diploma

• Professional Artist
• Illustrator
• Studio Assistant
• Advertising Assistant
• Art Critic
• Art Curator
• Art Teacher
• Media Promoter

 

  • The objective of our department is to teach Visual Art at all levels of composite creativity.
  • The ultimate aim is to hone your career goals alongwith cultivation of your artistic skills and emotional intellect.
  • A thorough grounding is given in multiple mediums of art, including printmaking and sculpture.
  • Adequate exposure is given on contemporary trends in the field and interaction with eminent professionals.
  • Our teaching will enable you to focus or excel, both in individual expression and professional demands.

 

CURRICULUM MODULES

ONE YEAR
FIRST YEAR
SECOND YEAR
THIRD YEAR
FOURTH YEAR
BASIC DESIGN

BASIC DESIGN

One learns to understand,
the elements and
principles of Design.

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OBJECT DRAWING

DRAWING
& OBJECT STUDY

Drawing is the most basic
medium of the traditional
Fine Art. We learn to excel in it.

DRAWING
& OBJECT
PAINTING

Progress of preliminary drawings into finer paintings.
  CREATIVE DRAWING

Alongwith advanced techniques, thought process, style & emotive subtleties are given focus to create original art.
CLAY MODELLING

CLAY MODELLING-I

To develop skills & a taste towards 3-D forms.

CLAY
MODELLING-II

More specialised art technique of 3-D forms, using clay are explored.
CLAY
MODELLING - III

Advanced art study in clay-form, for visual & tactile creativity.
SCULPTURE

Mould Making & Casting in various Mediums / Techniques are taught.
PRINT MAKING

The production of more than one image copy, using intermediary forms with creativity.

PRINT MAKING-I
(RELIEF-LINO)

The unique technique of transfer of image / artwork from one surface to another, is taught for a distinctive art skill.

 

PRINT MAKING-II
(Relief-Lino
& Wood )

Using a combo of lino & wood, more disceming transfer impressions are practised - with diligence and flair.
PRINT MAKING-III
(STENCIL)

Advanced transfer-technique excercises are done using stencil and more innate sophistry to create elaborate Art.
PRINT MAKING - IV
(Ceramics
& Intaglio)

A chosen area of research is focused on by the student, under supervision of Faculty. They are eventually expected to make a series of advanced level work, for their Portfolio.
COMPOSITION

One learns to arrange
visual elements, with the
application of Principles.

COMPOSITION-I

The arangement and variegated expression of visual forms are studied.


COMPOSITION-II

Further inroads into this subject for enhanced skills.
COMPOSITION-III

Specialised level of artwork activity, in a systematic and sophisticated manner.
COMPOSITION-IV

A very advanced stage of creative painting rendered with indepth profundity.
SKETCHING

SKETCHING

Sketching is the very first impression. We study
and practice their
execution, with expertise.

LIFE DRAWING-I

Learning, Drawing and
Painting, with the help of
objects and real-life models.

LIFE DRAWING-II

More specialised exercises and assignments, in the same field.
LIFE PAINTING

A natural progression to figurativ imagery that merges quintessential impressions upon mixed media.
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PORTRAITURE-I

This subject begins with the structure of a head and leads to the rest of the person.

PORTRAITURE-II

Study of human face in different angles, ages & moods to subsequent representation in art.

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METHODS
& MATERIALS

This subject tells us about the nature and use of Art Materials.

ART APPRECIATION

Fine Artists have to be trained in this, for a professional finish in discernment of taste.
DISSERTATION
PROJECT

This is a Major Submission on particular subject, after focused pursuits. An invaluable adjunct to the Art Portfolio.
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OUTDOOR
STUDIES - I

Alfresco art activities, run parallel to classroom lessons and make for holistic training.

OUT DOOR
STUDIES - II

A greater variety of art is practised alfresco, with more studies in light & shade and perspectives.
OUT DOOR STUDIES - III

Specialised art exercises in natural light and complex real world are done, for more intricate indepth visual perspicacity.