FINE ARTS

The Department of Fine Arts offers a four year Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts. Many graduates of the Department of Fine Arts at the NCA have found fame and recognition in Pakistan and internationally .

The Department of Fine Arts is the foremost programme for artistic and intellectual discourse and activity in the country. It involves leading professionals to contribute through their teaching/ presence and provides freedom/venue to students for developing into successful creative individuals with independent aesthetic choices. It aims that students should have academic skill, analytical ability and confidence to find independent solutions. It trains students, at the end of their course, in becoming practitioners with meaningful understanding of tradition and information of contemporary.

To attain this, the Department of Fine Arts offers a range of courses, which include studio and theory. Divided into Majors of four different disciplines: Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture and Miniature Painting; Studio Drawing, Studio Electives, and Fine Art Seminar.

Each student of Fine Arts, in the 2nd Year is introduced to all 4 Major subjects, before choosing one to pursue in 3rd and 4th years. During this period, Studio Drawing and Fine Art Seminar contribute towards developing an individual approach.

The Department of Fine Arts, in accordance to the vision of NCA, facilitates students to enrol in Elective Courses, offered by the Department as well as from other departments of the institution. Recognizing the need for a multi-disciplinary pedagogy, the programme is structured to encourage exposure and experience beyond a student’s selected course of studies/Major Subject.




PAINTING












The Painting course introduces students to a variety of media, including oil, acrylic, water colour, mixmedia and tempera. Students are encouraged to articulate their pictorial ideas on a variety of surfaces employing a range of techniques and mediums.



PRINT
MAKING












The Printmaking course imparts training regarding all intaglio techniques such as dry point, etching, engraving, photo-etching and aquatint. The planographic processes, such as offset and direct method lithography; relief printing processes such as woodcut and lino-cut are also taught along with silkscreen printing and digital printmaking.



MINIATURE
PAINTING












In this course, students are taught the skills and traditional techniques of miniature painting. They are encouraged to develop an awareness and sensibility of contemporary practices of this art form. They learn the making of wasli (traditional paper), handmade brushes, and preparation of colours. The use of the traditional along with the contemporary approaches expand the vision and equip with technical possibilities.




SCULPTURE












Sculpture as a medium has moved from making three dimensional objects to site-specific installations and videos. The multidimensionality of this process links it with technology and materials, both new and old. It allows the students to explore and define new frontiers in material, form and expression. The students are encouraged to experiment with a range of mediums and materials.



PROGRAMME
STRUCTURE













Foundation Semesters

1st Semester

Code Courses Category Type Credits
FNDN-1101 Drawing I Foundation Studio 3
FNDN-1102 Drafting I Foundation Studio 3
FNDN-1103 Design Process I Foundation Studio 3
FNDN-1104 Sculpture I Foundation Studio 3
COMP-1101 English Language and Literature I Compulsory Theory 2
FNDN-1106 History of Art I Foundation Theory 2
FNDN-1107 Introduction to the Arts I Foundation Theory 1
COMP-1102 Pakistan Studies Compulsory Theory 1
Total 18

2nd Semester

Code Courses Category Type Credits
FNDN-1201 Drawing II Foundation Studio 3
FNDN-1202 Drafting II Foundation Studio 3
FNDN-1203 Design Process II Foundation Studio 3
FNDN-1204 Sculpture II Foundation Studio 3
COMP-1201 English Language and Literature II Compulsory Theory 2
FNDN-1206 History of Art II Foundation Theory 2
FNDN-1207 Introduction to the Arts II Foundation Theory 1
COMP-1202 Islamiyat Compulsory Theory 1
Total 18

3rd Semester

Code Courses Category Type Credits
FA-2101 Introduction to Fine Art I
Painting/Miniature Painting/Sculpture/Print making
Core Studio 8
FA-2102 Drawing I Core Studio 4
FA-2103 History of Arts I Core Theory 2
FA-2104 Fine Art Seminar I Core Theory 2
Elective Studio/Theory 2
Total 18

4th Semester

Code Courses Category Type Credits
FA-2201 Introduction to Fine Art II
Painting/Miniature Painting/Sculpture/Print making
Core Studio 8
FA-2202 Drawing II Core Studio 4
FA-2203 History of Arts II Core Theory 2
FA-2204 Fine Art Seminar II Core Theory 2
Elective Studio/Theory 2
Total 18

5th Semester

Code Courses Category Type Credits
FA-3101 Fine Arts Major I
Painting/Miniature Painting/Sculpture/Print making
Core Studio 8
FA-3102 Drawing III Core Studio 4
FA-3103 History of Arts III Core Theory 2
FA-3104 Fine Art Seminar III Core Theory 2
Elective Studio/Theory 2
Total 18

6th Semester

Code Courses Category Type Credits
FA-3201 Fine Arts Major IIA
Painting/Miniature Painting/Sculpture/Print making
Core Studio 8
FA-3202 Drawing IV Core Studio 4
FA-3203 History of Arts IV Core Theory 2
FA-3204 Fine Art Seminar IV Core Theory 2
Elective Studio/Theory 2
Total 18

7th Semester

Code Courses Category Type Credits
FA-4101 Fine Arts Major III
Painting/Miniature Painting/Sculpture/Print making
Core Studio 8
FA-4102 Drawing V Core Studio 4
FA-4103 Contemporary Art Seminar V Core Theory 2
Elective Studio/Theory 2
Total 16

8th Semester

Thesis 18 credits

Elective Courses

From 3rd semester onwards, a student will be able to choose elective courses from within his/her department and from other departments with the help of assigned advisor. Each Elective Crouse will be of 2 credit hours.


Code Courses Type
FA-2101 Introduction to Fine Art IA
Painting/Miniature Painting/
Sculpture/Printmaking
Studio
FA-2102 Introduction to Fine Art IB
Painting/Miniature Painting/
Sculpture/Printmaking
Studio
FA-2103 Drawing I Studio
FA-2104 History of Arts I Theory
FA-2105 Fine Art Seminar I Theory
FA-2106 Calligraphy Studio
FA-2201 Introduction to Fine Art IIA
Painting/Miniature Painting/
Sculpture/Printmaking
Studio
FA-2202 Introduction to Fine Art IIB
Painting/Miniature Painting/
Sculpture/Printmaking
Studio
FA-2203 Drawing II Studio
FA-2204 History of Arts II Theory
FA-2205 Fine Art Seminar II Theory
FA-2206 Traditional Techniques of Miniature
Painting
Studio
FA-2206 Traditional Techniques of Miniature
Painting
Studio
FA-3103 Drawing III Studio
FA-3104 History of Arts III Theory
FA-3105 Fine Art Seminar III Theory
FA-3106 Performance Art Studio
FA-3203 Drawing IV Studio
FA-3204 History of Arts IV Theory
FA-3205 Fine Art Seminar IV Theory
FA-3206 Installation Art Studio
FA-3207 Curatorial Studies and Critical Writing Theory
FA-4103 Drawing V Studio
FA-4104 History of Arts V Theory


FACULTY












Nausheen Saeed

Associate Professor
BFA NCA, Lahore, Pakistan
MA (Site Specific Sculpture), Wimbledon School of Art, London University of Surrey

Shireen Bano Rizvi

Associate Professor
BFA, NCA Lahore, Pakistan
MA (Hons.) Visual Art,NCA Lahore, Pakistan

Mohammad Ali Talpur

Associate Professor
BFA NCA, Lahore, Pakistan
MA (Hons.) Visual Art, NCA, Lahore

Laila Mehreen Rahman

Associate Professor
BFA NCA, Lahore, Pakistan
MFA. University College London

Saamia Ahmed

Associate Professor
BFA, NCA Lahore, Pakistan
MA (Hons.) Visual Art, NCA Lahore

Rabeya Jalil

Associate Professor
BFA, NCA Lahore, Pakistan
MA Education, Columbia University, New York, USA

R.M. Naeem

Assistant Professor
BFA National College of Arts, Lahore

Muhammad Imran Qureshi

Assistant Professor
BFA National College of Arts, Lahore

Jamil Baloch

Assistant Professor
BFA National College of Arts, Lahore

Muhammad Atif Khan

Assistant Professor
BFA National College of Arts, Lahore

Ali Kazim

Assistant Professor
BFA National College of Arts, Lahore
MFA. University College London London’s Global University

Saba Khan

Assistant Professor
BFA National College of Arts, Lahore
MFA Boston University Boston

Fatima Saeed

Assistant Professor
BFA. NCA
MFA, College of Fine Arts, University
New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Saulat Ajmal

Lecturer
BFA Hunter College, City University New York
MFA. Virginia Commonwealth University

Fatima Haider

Lecturer
BFA (Visual Art) BNU, Lahore
MFA. The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Ayesha Zulfiqar

Lecturer
BFA National College of Arts, Lahore
MFA. University of the Arts, London

Sobia Ahmed

Lecturer
BFA. NCA
MA (Hons.) Visual Art, NCA

Muhammad Aakif Suri

Lecturer
BFA. NCA

Suleman Aqeel

Lecturer
BFA. NCA

Kiran Saleem

Lecturer
BFA. GCU, FSD
MA (Hons.) Visual Art, NCA

Hadia Zahra

Lecturer
BFA. NCA



FACULTY FOUNDATION SEMESTER

Khalid Ibrahim (Coordinator)
Associate Professor
Architecture

Prof. Dr. Murtaza Jafri
Prof. Dr. Farida Batool
Shehnaz Malhi
Attiya Javed
Rifqua Ejaz
Sehar Sohail
Sadia Amin Raja
Aqsa Akbar
Awais Aqdus
Kiran Saleem
Sehr Jalil
Zohreen Murtaza
Ammara Khalid
Ghazala Raees
Tausif Zain Ul Abedin
Wasim Akhtar
Muhammad Arshad Saeed
Syed Muhammad Hassan Zaidi





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