Kathmandu University - Centre for Art and Design
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Kathmandu University - Centre for Art and Design

    Kathmandu University - Centre for Art and Design

    Kathmandu University - Centre for Art and Design

    Overview

    Kathmandu University School of Arts (KUSOA) was founded in 1996. There are other six schools related to arts established to develop education in liberal arts, music, media and social science with the focus of producing skilled manpower which can contribute the need for the development of the nation. The mission and vision of Kathmandu University School Of Arts(KUSOA) is  to develop  professional knowledge and understanding in related fields like arts, culture, and other socially and economically possible human resources by analyzing communications and critical thinking in the related field.

    Kathmandu University School of Arts (KUSOA) Nepal is in collaboration with Consortium For Land Research and Policy Dialogue(COLARP), Community Self-Reliance Centre (CSRC), Nepal Tourism Board(NTB), Nepal Institute OF Development Studies(NIDS), Swiss National Centre Of Competence in Research(NCCR North-South),South Asia Coordination Office.

    Centre for Art and Design (KU Art + Design) is dedicated towards building a test result in fine arts education in Nepal. Understanding the need for quality and fine art education in Nepal, Kathmandu University established the Art and Design program in 2003 under the provision of School Of Arts. With the beginning of key person Mr. Aidan Warlow, Director, M.A, Oxford, along with two other professors Mr. Rabindra Puri, M.A. Bremen and Mr.Sujan Chitrakar, M.F.A. New Delhi, and a helper from administrative staff Mr. Gopal Magar,a one-year diploma course in Fine Arts was launched. The first batch contained only six students. KU Art + Design is slowly developing and constantly getting better to build strong international knot through established art institution and organizations. (KU Art + Design) is dedicated to create interesting new things like visual culture in Nepal, not only by approaching but involving it.

    Why KU Centre for Art and Design ?

    As this program is conducted by Kathmandu University, the staffs are fully dedicated to provide the knowledge about Arts and Design. Providing Professional knowledge, skills and understanding in the development of culture, arts and other social and economic potential of human resources is a mission of this program.

    Academic Programs

    Undergraduate in BA Fine Arts

    Undergraduate in BA Fine Arts

    Bachelor of Fine Arts Graphic Communication   

    This is a four-year program of total 139 credit hours. After the two foundation years of searching for art studios, students who wish to initiate their career by showing the ability to create interesting new things in arts choose BFA Graphic Communication from 3rd years onward. BFA Graphic Communication is designed for developing the clearness of ideas, and responsibilities for powerful design sense. After taking this course the further career path can be developed in Graphic Artist, Web Designer, Illustrator, Photographer, animator, Story Artist, Art Director and others. There are other options related to this field like videographer, Interior Designer, Game designer, Product Designer etc.

    For further information visit the college website.

     

    Bachelor OF Fine Arts Studio Art

    This program is for four-year time of total 139 learning credits hours. After two-years of exploratory studios in different areas of arts in the foundation years, students are given a reason to do something to start a career as professional artists choose BFA Studio Art from 3rd year onward. Throughout the specialization years, the studio Art provides an in-depth to find the truth about something and knowledge into an advanced level of drawing, painting and other forms of art practices. During the two-years of BFA Studio Art, students will be motivated to explore different visual media to match their idea. Students choose Photography, Illustration or extra traditional Art Practise as an Optional course. The possible career paths from this course are Artist, Art educator, Art Director, Entrepreneur, Art Writer, animator, Set Designer. The other possible career paths after some training are an Art Historian, Interior Designer, Conservator, Restorer, Musicologist, Museum Manager, administrator, Art Activist, Researcher.

    For further information visit the college website.

     

    Art Management

    This program is designed to distribute the knowledge about how a business plan can support the management of arts and cultural Organizations. Aiming at communication one’s vision with related planned approaches to marketing and finances, the course prepares students to develop their one year plan with solid goals .This is related for both profit and non-commercial businesses. It also helps to grow an understanding of the legal climate that shapes the operation of arts organizations. The candidates must hold a Bachelor degree from a reputed college to join this program. In this program, the students are mainly focused on strategic management, Business Canvassing, Research, Law and policies, Internal Control System and Marketing the Arts.

    For further information visit the college website.

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