Raja Ravi Varma College of Fine Arts

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Raja Ravi Varma College of Fine Arts
Location Mavelikkara, Alappuzha district, Kerala, India
9°14′36″N 76°32′22″E / 9.2434°N 76.5395°E / 9.2434; 76.5395Coordinates: 9°14′36″N 76°32′22″E / 9.2434°N 76.5395°E / 9.2434; 76.5395
Language English

Raja Ravi Varma College of Fine Arts is located in Mavelikkara, Kerala, India. The college was established by Rama Varma son of Raja Ravi Varma in 1915.The first principal of this college was Artist P.J.Cherian. The college offers both undergraduate degree and diploma courses in fine arts, including in sculpture, painting and applied arts. This government institution is affiliated with the University of Kerala. The current principal is Tensing Joseph.[1][2][3][4]

Master of Visual Arts in Art History and Master of Visual Arts in Painting offered at Raja Ravi Varma Centre of Excellence for Visual Arts, Mavelikkara. [5]

K.C. Chitrabhanu, former lecturer at the College of Fine Arts here, has taken over as the honorary director of the Raja Ravi Varma Centre of Excellence for Visual Art, Mavelikara, under Kerala University. He had also been a member of the academic bodies of various universities and the All-India Council for Technical Education. — Special Correspondent[6]

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