Mahatma Gandhi Mission's

COLLEGE OF FINE ART

JNEC CAMPUS, N-6, CIDCO AURANGABAD. 431003
 SPECIALISATION IN SCULPTURE AND MODELLING.

(Diploma Course)
Objectives
To  facilitate the student to gain all types of technical knowledge essential for sculptor’s profession.
To provide the student a sound background of the traditional and representation form in sculpture and enable him to develop his own vision.
To encourage the student to gain an ability all the technical aspects of sculpture and modeling as means to realize his creative   ideas to shape into concrete and significant art form.
Understanding  the methods and materials of sculpture clay, plaster, cement, wood, stone, bronze, enlarging and reducing devices, welding torch.

1. ELEMENTARY
(International Examination)

2. INTERMEDIATE
(Internal Examination)

3. ADVANCED
(Internal Examination)

4. DIPLOMA
(Internal Examination)

    Practical subjects: ---
 
     Practical subjects  ---
Practical subjects ---
 Practical subjects ---

1. Drawing (from life, nature, man-made objects).

2. Drawing (from memory).

3. Drawing (perspective).

4. Modeling (head  study in clay).

5.  Design sculpture (clay, plaster, stone, wood, metal).

 

Theory subject:-

6. History of Art. (Western).

1. Drawing (from life, and  nature from memory human Anatomy).

2. Modeling  (full figure and study from life).

3. Sculptural   (Modeling  and carving Design).

4.  Ceramics and Terra Cotta.              

 

 

Theory subject:--

6. History of Art.

7. Aesthetics.

1. Drawing (from life).

2. Drawing (Anatomy and Outdoor studies).

3. Modeling  (full figure  and Head study from life).

4. Sculptural composition   (Modeling  and carving Design).

5. Metal  Sculpture & Bronze Casting .              

Theory subject:--

6. History of Art.

7. Aesthetics.

Group A ---          

1. Drawing --  . (from human figure).

2  Sculptural Composition---  (Relief).

3. Sculptural Composition---- ( Round).            

 

Group B ---          

4. Portraiture.                                    
5 Metal Sculpture.

Note : -- The students will be required to elect one of  the two subjects from each group
for the final public examination
6. Dissertation