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BFA in Sculpture Modern/Traditional

BFA in Sculpture

The Course for BFA (Sculpture) begins with preliminary aspects of clay modeling of simple human parts like ear, nose and eyes: and is led to the studies of human head.  
As the student makes progress he or she is exposed to other medium like wood-carving and stone carving of human head and full life studies - along with the knowledge of composition. Finally, a student will have known the sound knowledge of human full form and composition. Simultaneously, techniques of metal casting are also given to the students.

 

For the students of the Traditional Sculpture addition to the basics of drawings, the lesse on the relief and round compositions - base on traditional sculpture are provided. Other elements of traditional sculpture like relief & round carvings on motifs and patterns in st are also gradually introduced. In the followi years, the student will have learnt to sculpt create independently - full figures of deitie as according to the traditional ways.

Course at a Glance

Second Year

S. N.

Code

Subject

Full Marks

Pass Marks

1.

 

Compulsory Nepali

100

35

2.

ptg. 316

Drawing

50

20

3.

ptg. 317

Head Study

100

40

4.

ptg. 318

Composition

100

40

5.

ptg. 319

Wood Carving

100

40

6.

ptg. 320

Technical Theory of Sculpture

50

20

7.

ptg. 321

History of Arts and Aesthetics

100

35

 

 

Total

600

 

Third Year

S. N.

Code

Subject

Full Marks

Pass Marks

1.

 

Compulsory English

100

35

2.

ptg. 322

Drawing

50

20

3.

ptg. 323

Life Study

100

40

4.

ptg. 324

Composition

100

40

5.

ptg. 325

Stone Carving

100

40

6.

ptg. 326

Elective Subject

50

20

7.

ptg. 327

History of Arts and Aesthetics

100

35

 

 

Total

600

 

Fourth Year

S. N.

Code

Subject

Full Marks

Pass Marks

1.

 

Nepal Study

100

35

2.

ptg. 328

Drawing

50

20

3.

ptg. 329

Life Study

100

40

4.

ptg. 330

Composition

100

40

5.

ptg. 331

Metal Casting

100

40

6.

ptg. 332

Elective Subject

50

20

7.

ptg. 333

History of Arts and Aesthetics

100

35

 

 

Total

600