College of Art, Delhi

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College of Art
College of Art-logo.jpg
Established 1942
Academic affiliation
University of Delhi
Undergraduates Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
Postgraduates Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
Location 20-22 Tilak Marg,
New Delhi - 110001.
Website Official website
Main Building of College of Art
New buildings and an auditorium, designed by Satish Gujral

College of Art, Delhi,[1][2] established in 1942 under the arts department of the Delhi College of Engineering now the Delhi Technological University (DTU), is a premier art college for advanced training in Visual Art i.e. Creative and Applied Art, under the Faculty of Music & Fine Art, University of Delhi, and run by Government of NCT Delhi. It is situated on Tilak Marg, New Delhi.[3][4][5]

Courses offered[edit]

The college offers courses both at graduate and postgraduate levels; It offers courses in most mediums of Visual Art, both Creative and Applied Art. This includes Master of Fine Art (MFA, a post graduation course of two year in duration) in Applied Art, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Visual Communication and Bachelor of Fine Art (BFA, an undergraduate course with 4 years duration) in Applied Art, Art History, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Visual Communication. It imparts training in art techniques with emphasis on studio practicals, outdoor practicals, prescribed theory subjects and research in selected fields.

Overview[edit]

Art Education stalwarts such as Ramendranath Chakravarty, B.C.Sanyal, Biswanath Mukherjee, O.P.Sharma, have since its inception, headed and nurtured this prestigious institution. The College has also had the good fortune to associate, over the years, with educationists and eminent artists such as Asim Pal, Sailoz Mukherjee, K.S.Kulkarni, G.R.Santosh, Bimal Das Gupta, Dhanraj Bhagat, Jaya Appaswamy, Dinkar Kowshik, Somnath Hore, Biren De, Satish Gujral, Amarnath Sehgal, P.D.Abhayankar, P.N.Mago, S.S.Vohra, N.C.Sen Gupta, Narendra Srivastav, Rajesh Mehra, Anupam Sud, Paresh Maity Vijender Sharma, K.L.Rangeen, Jagmohan Chopra, Paramjeet Singh. To mention a few names from the so vast an alumni such as Manjit Bawa,[6] Rameshwar Broota, Sidharth Sen, Niloy Sen, Pradip Sircar, E.J.Enas, Neeraj Goswami, Subha Ghosh. Besides, the present Faculty also includes from the alumni such members as K S Pawar, Sri Rabi Shankar Dey, B.S.Chauhan, Sangeeta Kaushik, Manoj Kumar, Pardeep Kumar, R.K.Panwar and Mohan Singh.

The Annual Art Exhibition of the college, put by students is held every year during the month of March, which is the only time students are allowed to stay back over night inside the college premises. Hindustan Times and Times of India always cover these exhibitions but not so much as the student-teacher confrontation behind.[7][8]

In 2008, the college added an auditorium, designed by architect as-well-as an eminent artist Satish Gujral to its campus.[9]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ College of Art, New Delhi : Official Web
  2. ^ College of Art, New Delhi : Social Media
  3. ^ "Art college gets gallery, auditorium". Indian Express. Mar 9, 2008. College of Art, one of country’s premium art colleges... 
  4. ^ "College of Art gets new buildings". The Hindu. Mar 9, 2008. 
  5. ^ "Fine prospects await artists". The Hindu. Jan 16, 2006. Some of the reputed schools offering BFA are...College of Art, Delhi, .. 
  6. ^ "Painter Manjit Bawa dies at 67". Sify.com. 2008-12-29. 
  7. ^ "About art and more of fine art". The Hindu. Mar 12, 2008. 
  8. ^ "Annual exhibition at College of Art". The Hindu. Mar 15, 2009. 
  9. ^ "College of Art to get a makeover". The Times of India. 17 October 2004. 
  10. ^ Cartoonist's Gallery ShekharGurera.com
  11. ^ "Amba Sanyal Akademi Award: Allied Theatre Arts (Costume Designing)". Sangeet Natak Akademi. Retrieved 2014-04-12.