ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

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3 LEVELS OF LEARNING

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PROGRESSION LEVEL
3 Specialisations
96 Sessions
PROFICIENT LEVEL
6 Specialisations
192 Sessions
PINNACLE LEVEL
9 Specialisations
288 Sessions

CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING SPECIALISATIONS (COURSE DETAILS GIVEN BELOW)

PENCIL ART: Sketching and Drawing | Cartoon and Caricature | Portrait Drawings (Pencil) | Charcoal & Soft Pastels Drawings | Anime Drawings | Animation Drawings | Fashion Sketching

PAINTING SPECIALISATION: Oil Painting | Acrylic Painting | Textured Painting | Abstract Painting | Watercolor | Landscape Painting | Portrait Painting

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

ADVANCED PROGRAMME IN FINE ARTS – PROGRESSION LEVEL

COURSE STRUCTURE:

  • 96 Classroom Sessions + 15 Self Assignments + Portfolio Preparation
  • Available Specialisation: Pencil Arts and Painting Arts 
  • Choose 03 Courses  among the Specialisations
  • Each Specialisation: 32 Sessions + 8 Self Assignments

Each Classroom session is for 45 minutes. A student should attend a minimum of 2 sessions in a day.

Konsult Advanced Programme celebrates a traditional hands-on approach to the visual arts. If you are looking for a comprehensive program cover all major genres/specialization, this is the program for you. Look no beyond!

Optional Assessment:

Diploma in Fine Arts (L1)

Course Validity: 6 months

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

ADVANCED PROGRAMME IN FINE ARTS – PROFICIENT LEVEL 

COURSE STRUCTURE:

  • 192 Classroom Sessions + 30 Self Assignments + Portfolio Preparation
  • Available Specialisation: Pencil Arts and Painting Arts 
  • Choose 06 Courses  among the Specialisations
  • Each Specialisation: 32 Sessions + 8 Self Assignments

Each Classroom session is for 45 minutes. A student should attend a minimum of 2 sessions in a day.

Konsult Advanced Programme celebrates a traditional hands-on approach to the visual arts. If you are looking for a comprehensive program cover all major genres/specialization, this is the program for you. Look no beyond!

Optional Assessment:

Diploma in Fine Arts

Course Validity: 12 months

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

ADVANCED PROGRAMME IN FINE ARTS – PINNACLE LEVEL

COURSE STRUCTURE:

  • 288 Classroom Sessions + 45 Self Assignments + Portfolio Preparation
  • Available Specialisation: Pencil Arts and Painting Arts 
  • Choose 09 Courses  among the Specialisations
  • Each Specialisation: 32 Sessions + 5 Self Assignments

Each Classroom session is for 45 minutes. A student should attend a minimum of 2 sessions in a day.

Konsult Advanced Programme celebrates a traditional hands-on approach to the visual arts. If you are looking for a comprehensive program cover all major genres/specialization, this is the program for you. Look no beyond!

Optional Assessment:

Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts

Course Validity: 18 months

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ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

PROGRESSION
49900
24950 FULL COURSE
  • Choose 3 Specialisations of your choice
  • 32 Sessions Each Specialisation
  • Total 96 Sessions
  • Installment Options
  • Complimentary Video Lessons
  • Konsult Certification
  • Optional Assessment: Diploma in Fine Arts
  • Course Validity: 6 Months

Kindly note:

  • Registration – Rs. 1000 (Campus) / Rs. 500 (Online) | Konsult Certificate (e-copy) free | Books & LAPT, UK Certification – Check with the Programme Office
  • Customised Installment payment option available

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

PROFICIENT
109900
54950 FULL COURSE
  • Choose 6 Specialisations of your choice
  • 32 Sessions Each Specialisation
  • Total 192 Sessions
  • Installment Options
  • Complimentary Video Lessons
  • Konsult Certification
  • Optional Assessment: Diploma in Fine Arts
  • Course Validity: 12 Months

Kindly note:

  • Registration – Rs. 1000 (Campus) / Rs. 500 (Online) | Konsult Certificate (e-copy) free | Books & LAPT, UK Certification – Check with the Programme Office
  • Customised Installment payment option available

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

PINNACLE
139900
69950 FULL COURSE
  • Choose 9 Specialisations of your choice
  • 32 Sessions Each Specialisation
  • Total 288 Sessions
  • Installment Options
  • Complementary Video Lessons
  • Konsult Certification
  • Optional Assessment: Adv. Diploma in Fine Arts
  • Course Validity: 18 Months
THE BEST

Kindly note:

  • Registration – Rs. 1000 (Campus) / Rs. 500 (Online) | Konsult Certificate (e-copy) free | Books & LAPT, UK Certification – Check with the Programme Office
  • Customised Installment payment option available

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

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PAINTING SPECIALISATION COURSES

PAINTING SPECIALISATION COURSES

SKETCHING & DRAWING

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

SKETCHING SPECIALISATION

  • Introduction to Drawing Tools: Familiarization with various drawing materials such as pencils – B & W / Colours, Smudgers and erasers.
  • Basic Drawing Techniques: Instruction on fundamental drawing techniques including line drawing, shading, cross-hatching, stippling, and blending.
  • Proportions and Perspective: Learning the principles of proportion and perspective to accurately represent size and spatial relationships in drawings.
  • Composition and Design: Instruction on arranging elements within drawings to create visually balanced and appealing compositions.
  • Subject Matters: Exploration of various subject matters, such as still life, landscapes, figures, or portraiture.
  • Hands-On Drawing Sessions: Significant focus on practical exercises and projects to apply and reinforce learned techniques.
  • Critique and Feedback: Opportunities for participants to receive constructive feedback on their drawings, aiding in identifying areas for improvement.
  • Exploration of Different Styles: Introduction to various drawing styles to encourage experimentation and the development of a unique artistic voice.
  • Final Showcase or Exhibition: Opportunity for participants to display their completed drawings, either through a small exhibition or class presentation.
  • Development of Drawing Skills: The course aims to provide a solid foundation in drawing skills, fostering creativity and improving technique.
  • Enhancement of Artistic Expression: Empowering participants to express themselves through visual art and encouraging personal exploration in drawing.

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

Course Content:

Introduction to Cartooning:

  • Understanding the fundamentals of cartoon art.
  • Exploring different cartoon styles.

Character Design:

  • Developing unique and expressive characters.
  • Studying proportions and exaggeration techniques.

Facial Expressions and Emotions:

  • Capturing a range of emotions through facial expressions.
  • Practicing conveying humor through facial features.

Body Language and Pose:

  • Learning how to convey personality through body language.
  • Creating dynamic and interesting poses.

Composition and Layout:

  • Understanding the importance of composition in cartooning.
  • Exploring various layouts for single-panel and multi-panel cartoons.

Storytelling through Cartoons:

  • Crafting a narrative using sequential art.
  • Developing storytelling skills through visual elements.

Caricature Techniques:

  • Studying the art of exaggeration in caricatures.
  • Practicing caricature portraits of both real and fictional subjects.

Self Practice Assignments:

  • Practicing caricature portraits of both real and fictional subjects.

Introduction to Facial Features: Fundamental study of facial features, including eyes, nose, mouth, and ears.

Proportions and Basic Anatomy: Instruction on basic proportions and anatomy of the face to create accurate and realistic portraits.

Basic Shading Techniques: Introduction to simple shading techniques to add dimension and depth to facial features.

Expression and Gesture: Exploration of capturing basic expressions and gestures in portrait drawing.

Light and Shadow Basics: Understanding the basic principles of how light and shadow affect the portrayal of facial features.

Clothing and Minimal Backgrounds: Guidance on drawing basic clothing and incorporating minimal backgrounds to complement the portrait.

Capturing Likeness in a Simple Form: Techniques for capturing a recognizable likeness of the subject in a simplified manner.

Self-Practice Sessions: Hands-on drawing sessions with guided exercises to practice newly learned techniques.

Introduction to Various Styles: Exposure to a variety of basic artistic styles used in portrait drawing.

Basic Composition: Instruction on basic composition principles to create visually appealing portraits.

Advanced Portraits: Mastery of complex proportions and the ability to capture intricate facial expressions accurately.

Introduction to Charcoal:

  • Overview of charcoal as a drawing medium.
  • Understanding different types of charcoal and their characteristics.

Introduction to Soft Pastels:

  • Overview of soft pastels and their unique qualities.
  • Exploring different types of soft pastels and pastel papers.

Basic Drawing Techniques:

  • Learning foundational drawing techniques such as line, shape, and form.
  • Practicing mark-making and shading with both charcoal and soft pastels.

Value Studies:

  • Understanding and applying principles of light and shadow.
  • Creating monochromatic drawings to explore value ranges.

Still Life Drawing:

  • Setting up and drawing from simple still life arrangements.
  • Exploring texture and form using charcoal and soft pastels.

Portrait Sketching:

  • Basics of sketching facial features and proportions.
  • Introduction to portraiture techniques with charcoal and soft pastels.

Landscape Drawing:

  • Techniques for capturing landscapes with charcoal and soft pastels.
  • Exploring atmospheric perspective and composition.

Blending and Layering Techniques:

  • Understanding and practicing blending techniques with fingers, blending stumps, and brushes.
  • Layering colors to achieve depth and richness in drawings.

Fixatives and Surfaces:

  • Proper use of fixatives to set charcoal and pastel drawings.
  • Exploring various surfaces suitable for these mediums.

Color Theory with Soft Pastels:

  • Introduction to color theory and color mixing with soft pastels.
  • Exploring the vibrant and expressive nature of pastel colors.

Self-Practice Assignments:

  • Undertaking a comprehensive project that showcases the skills acquired in the course.

Introduction to Anime and Manga:

  • Overview of the history and characteristics of anime and manga.
  • Understanding the influence of Japanese culture on the art style.

Anatomy for Anime:

  • Basics of drawing anime-style characters with a focus on proportions.
  • Understanding the distinctive features of anime anatomy.

Facial Expressions and Emotions:

  • Capturing a range of emotions through anime-style facial expressions.
  • Practicing drawing different eye shapes and mouth expressions.

Hairstyles and Accessories:

  • Exploring diverse hairstyles and accessories commonly found in anime.
  • Creating unique and stylized hair designs.

Clothing and Costume Design:

  • Basics of drawing clothing folds and drapery in the anime style.
  • Designing costumes for anime characters.

Posing and Dynamic Action:

  • Techniques for creating dynamic and expressive poses.
  • Understanding the principles of action and movement in anime drawings.

Backgrounds and Environments:

  • Introduction to drawing simple backgrounds and environments.
  • Creating scenes that complement anime character illustrations.

Clean Line Art:

  • Mastering the use of clean lines in anime drawings.
  • Exploring different inking techniques and line weights.

Basic Color Theory in Anime:

  • Understanding color choices and harmonies in anime art.
  • Introduction to basic digital coloring techniques for anime illustrations.

Character Design Basics:

  • Developing unique and memorable anime characters.
  • Creating character sheets with different expressions and poses.

Self-Assignment:

  • Applying learned skills to create a final anime-style illustration.

Introduction to Fashion Sketching:

  • Overview of the fashion industry and the role of fashion sketching.
  • Understanding the importance of accurate and expressive sketches in design.

Fashion Illustration Tools and Materials:

  • Introduction to basic tools, including pencils, markers, and sketch pads.
  • Overview of digital tools for fashion illustration.

Basic Anatomy for Fashion Sketching:

  • Understanding basic proportions and anatomy relevant to fashion drawing.
  • Practicing sketching the fashion figure in various poses.

Fashion Silhouettes and Proportions:

  • Exploring different fashion silhouettes and garment proportions.
  • Creating sketches that emphasize the characteristics of specific garment types.

Drawing Garments and Fabrics:

  • Techniques for illustrating various types of clothing, including dresses, tops, bottoms, and outerwear.
  • Exploring different fabric textures through sketching.

Understanding Drapery and Folds:

  • Studying the principles of drapery and folds in fabric.
  • Practicing how to convey realistic and stylized folds in clothing.

Fashion Rendering Techniques:

  • Introduction to shading and rendering techniques for fashion illustrations.
  • Understanding light and shadow to add dimension to sketches.

Creating a Fashion Croquis:

  • Developing a personal croquis or template for consistent figure proportions.
  • Using croquis as a foundation for sketching design ideas.

Exploring Different Styles in Fashion Sketching:

  • Experimenting with various styles, from realistic to stylized and exaggerated.
  • Finding a personal voice in fashion illustration.

Color Theory in Fashion Sketching:

  • Basics of color theory and its application in fashion illustration.
  • Experimenting with different color schemes and combinations.

Fashion Sketching Portfolio:

  • Guidance on presenting a cohesive and professional portfolio.

Self-Assignments:

  • Applying learned skills to create a final fashion illustration project.
OIL PAINTING

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

  • Focus Areas:

    • Delving deeper into the world of Oil painting
    • Refining skills
    • Exploring more complex subjects

    Techniques:

    • Learning techniques
    • Exploring different styles and genres within Oil painting

    Encouragement of Experimentation:

    • Allowing students to experiment and further develop their artistic voice

    Outcome:

    • Creation of more intricate Oil paintings
    • Gaining a deeper understanding of the medium

    Progression:

    • Building on the foundation 

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

Focus Areas:

  • Delving deeper into the world of Acrylic painting
  • Refining skills
  • Exploring more complex subjects

Techniques:

  • Learning techniques
  • Exploring different styles and genres within Acrylic painting

Encouragement of Experimentation:

  • Allowing students to experiment and further develop their artistic voice

Outcome:

  • Creation of more intricate Acrylic paintings
  • Gaining a deeper understanding of the medium

Progression:

  • Building on the foundation 

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

Basic Techniques: Participants are introduced to Textured painting techniques such as color mixing, brushwork, layering, and texture creation. These fundamental skills serve as the building blocks for more advanced artistic expression.

Materials and Tools: The course often covers the selection and proper use of materials and tools specific to oil painting. This may include different types of brushes, canvases, palettes, and, of course, oil paints.

Composition and Design: Students may learn about the principles of composition and design to create visually appealing and balanced artworks. This involves understanding concepts like balance, focal points, and color harmony.

Hands-On Practice: A significant portion of the course is dedicated to hands-on painting sessions. Participants typically complete several small projects or studies to reinforce the techniques learned during the course.

Self-Assignment:

Applying learned skills to create a final TEXTURED PAINTINGS

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

  1. Introduction to Landscape Painting
  2. Understanding the significance of landscape painting in art history
  3. Introduction to different styles and approaches in landscape painting
  4. Overview of materials and tools needed for landscape painting
  5. Basics of Composition
  6. Rule of thirds and other composition techniques
  7. Creating depth and perspective in landscape paintings
  8. Understanding focal points and leading lines

III. Color Theory and Mixing

  1. Understanding the color wheel and color relationships
  2. Mixing realistic and expressive colors for landscapes
  3. Using color temperature to convey mood and atmosphere
  4. Sketching and Oil / Acrylic Painting Fundamentals
  5. Techniques for quick sketches and studies outdoors
  6. Oil / Acrylic Painting Fundamentals: Capturing light and atmosphere
  7. Selecting suitable locations and managing outdoor painting challenges
  8. Capturing Light and Shadow
  9. Understanding the effects of light and shadow in landscapes
  10. Techniques for creating realistic light effects in paintings
  11. Using light and shadow to enhance the drama in landscape paintings
  12. Textures and Techniques
  13. Creating various textures for natural elements like trees, rocks, water, etc.
  14. Experimenting with different brush strokes and tools for texture
  15. Incorporating impasto and other texture-enhancing techniques

VII. Atmospheric Perspective and Mood

  1. Creating depth and distance through atmospheric perspective
  2. Conveying different moods and emotions in landscape paintings
  3. Utilizing weather conditions to enhance the narrative of the painting

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

  1. Introduction to Portrait Painting
  2. Understanding the historical significance of portrait painting
  3. Overview of different portrait painting styles and approaches
  4. Introduction to materials and tools needed for portrait painting
  5. Facial Anatomy and Proportions
  6. Study of facial features: eyes, nose, mouth, ears, etc.
  7. Understanding facial proportions and their variations
  8. Techniques for accurately capturing likeness and expression

III. Basic Color Theory and Mixing

  1. Introduction to the color wheel and color relationships
  2. Mixing realistic and expressive skin tones
  3. Using color temperature to convey mood and atmosphere in portraits
  4. Understanding Light and Shadow
  5. Exploring the effects of light and shadow on facial forms
  6. Techniques for creating realistic light effects in portraits
  7. Utilizing techniques to enhance the three-dimensionality of the portrait
  8. Composition and Background
  9. Rule of thirds and other composition techniques for portraits
  10. Selecting suitable backgrounds and settings for portraits
  11. Creating depth and visual interest through background elements
  12. Expressive Techniques
  13. Experimenting with brushwork and texture to convey emotion
  14. Incorporating gestural marks and expressive lines in portraits
  15. Capturing the personality and character of the subject through painting techniques

VII. Capturing Likeness and Expression

  1. Strategies for observing and interpreting facial expressions
  2. Techniques for capturing the unique features and characteristics of the subject
  3. Conveying emotion and mood through facial expression in portraits

ADVANCED PROGRAMMES IN FINE ARTS

Focus Areas:

  • Diving deeper into the world of watercolor painting
  • Refining skills
  • Exploring more complex subjects
  • Advanced Techniques:
  • Learning advanced techniques
  • Layering
  • Glazing
  • Creating textures
  • Introduction to Diversity:
  • Exposure to various styles and themes within watercolor painting
  • Encouragement of Experimentation:
  • Students are encouraged to experiment and develop their unique artistic voice

Outcome:

Creation of more intricate and expressive watercolor artworks

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Visual arts education is the area of learning that is based upon only the kind of art that one can see, visual artsdrawingpaintingsculptureprintmaking, and design in jewelrypotteryweavingfabrics, etc. and design applied to more practical fields such as commercial graphics and home furnishings. Contemporary topics include photographyvideofilmdesign, and computer art. Art education may focus on students creating art, on learning to criticize or appreciate art, or some combination of the two.

 

Approaches

 

Art model posing in a French painting school following the atelier method

 

Discussion class on art appreciation at Shimer College

Art is often taught through drawing, painting, sculpture, installation, and mark making. Drawing is viewed as an empirical activity which involves seeing, interpreting and discovering appropriate marks to reproduce an observed phenomenon. Drawing instruction has been a component of formal education in the West since the Hellenistic period.[1] In East Asia, arts education for nonprofessional artists typically focused on brushwork; calligraphy was numbered among the Six Arts of gentlemen in the Chinese Zhou Dynasty, and calligraphy and Chinese painting were numbered among the Four Arts of scholar-officials in imperial China.[2]

An alternative approach to art education involves an emphasis on imagination, both in interpreting and creating art. Many educators will ask their students “Why do you think the artist made this choice?”, once they’ve given an answer, they’ll then give them context of the piece, then ask them again. This is to get students to consider the deeper meaning behind works, rather than just showing them a pretty picture. 

Art education is also about experimentation and purposeful play and linking their art to conceptual messages and personal experiences. [3] Allowing students to connect a piece to emotion, helps them better understand how the artwork connects to the artist and their subject, developing their critical thinking skills. Alternative approaches, such as visual culture and issue-based approaches in which students explore societal and personal issues through art, also inform art education today.[4]

Prominent curricular models for art education include:

  • A sixfold model divided into “Creative-Productive, Cultural-Historical and Critical-Responsive” components in some provinces of Canada[5]
  • Discipline Based Art Education (DBAE) came to favor in the United States during the 1980s and 1990s, and it focused on specific skills including techniques, art criticism and art history. Heavily backed by the Getty Education Institute for the Arts, DBAE faded after the Institute ceased funding in 1998.[6]
  • Teaching for Artistic Behavior (TAB) is a choice-based model that began in the 1970s in Massachusetts in the United States.[7] TAB suggests that students should be the artists and be guided on their own individual artistic interests.

In addition, especially in higher education in the liberal arts tradition, art is often taught as “art appreciation”, a subject for aesthetic criticism rather than direct engagement.[8]

Some studies show that strong art education programs have demonstrated increased student performance in other academic areas, due to art activities’ exercising their brains’ right hemispheres and delateralizing their thinking.[9] Also see Betty Edwards‘ Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain.

Art education is not limited to formal educational institutions. Some professional artists provide private or semi-private instruction in their own studios. This may take the form of an apprenticeship in which the student learns from a professional artist while assisting the artist with their work. One form of this teaching style is the Atelier Method as exemplified by Gustave Moreau who taught Picasso, Braque and many other artists.[10]

 

 

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