A PG DEGREE IN FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS CAN BE CHALLENGING BUT WORTH OPTING, GIVES YOU AN ACE CARD IN THE JOB GAME
Master's in various courses of fine and performing arts fields may not be essential to find relevant employment, but technological developments and a booming entertainment industry is a call for fortifying your theoretical lessons in music, sculpting and dramatics and many more.
1. MA in SCULPTURE:-
Students of a Master's degree in sculpture can gain expertise in various techniques and processes related to the field. They are introduced to processes like terra cotta shaping, wood carving & stone carving. The course trains students in subjects such as metal casting, stone sculpture, ceramic sculpture, history of sculpture and creative sculpture, to name some. “Students are trained in computer-generated sculpting which is often used in digital media.They also work with contemporary material like bronze, fiber glass, iron and stainless steel. On completion of the course, students can work independently and showcase their sculptures at art galleries. Alternatively, they can pursue a career in teaching or work as 3D animators and set designers in the entertainment, event management, interior designing, architecture and landscaping segments. A number of artists depend on public grants, projects, fellowships and scholarships to sustain their work. While no one can teach art, an academic program can help artists translate their ideas into the visual form.It provides students an environment to hone their skills and creativity, “adds one of the UK based university’s student from India.
2. MA in DRAMATICS :-
A Master's in dramatics aims at introducing students to all aspects of theatre. Students are trained in dramatic literature and theatre history, stage craft and theatre technique, acting, dance and movement, voice and speech, direction, play writing, make-up, lighting, set design, costume design, etc. Students actively participate in the production of plays as part of their curriculum. This provides them with practical experience while educating them about backstage activities. Students are introduced to various genres of drama and are taught to execute them. Institutes also invite industry professionals to interact with students. With coursework, students can also attend various workshops to add to their skill-set. “Students have the option to attend dance or mime workshops, learn set designing & even prop-making. After completing the course, students can enter the field as directors, actors, set designers, costume designers and even writers.
3. MA in MUSIC:-
MA in music is a performance-oriented course and focuses on training students in various aspects related to music. An MA in music (Karnataka or Hindustani Music) focuses on the concepts and theorems of Indian music. It trains students in the various theories of music like notation, score music, composition, etc. The syllabus also includes musical forms and their details, types of compositions, the applications of ragas, talas, nirawal, Kalpana Swara, alaap, taan, sargam, etc. The course also covers the life of well-known composers & their contribution to the music industry.
Students who wish to make a career in the field must be confident and hardworking“. Although there are no new niche specializations that can be pursued, students can take up several short-term courses in sound recording or music composition to add to their knowledge and skills. Alternatively, they can learn to play a number of instruments like the veena, violin, tabla or sitar.
Students who complete a Master's in music usually work individually or in groups.Graduates can also pursue a career in teaching music or work as program executives, music conductors, composers, music directors or sound recording artists at studios.
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