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MFA Painting is a 2-year postgraduate full-time painting course. Candidates who have acquired bachelor’s degree or an equivalent with a minimum of 55% marks in any stream from a recognized board are eligible for MFA Painting course. 

Many colleges and universities offer MFA Painting course in India. Every college has their own eligibility criteria, admission process, and fees structure.

Some of the top colleges offer this course includes:

  • Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar
  • Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Agra
  • Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
  • Amity University, Lucknow
  • Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh

The average fees for this course range between INR 3,000 to  2 Lacs based on the candidate’s marks obtained in entrance exams and personal interview/ marks obtained in their university examinations.

This course provides motivation to educational context and creative artists can pursue their goals. In this course, candidates learn technical skills, focused an individual studio activity, and learn advance personal vision. This course educates visual artists and performs autonomous research with new prospectus for painting.

Admission to MFA Painting course varies from one college to another college. Many colleges conduct common entrance exams and personal interview to select candidates for this course. Some colleges have their own entrance pattern for this course. And some colleges select candidates through the cut-off marks or merit-list created by the college.

After completion of this course, graduates may get opportunities in fields like Educational Institutes, Arts, Crafts Shops, Publication Homes, Art Galleries, Museums, News, and Magazines, etc. They can work in positions like Gallery Artist, Art Instructor, Museum Curator, Exhibition Designer, Art Critic, etc. The average salary for these professionals ranges between INR 2 to 10 Lacs as their experience and expertise in this field.

Top Colleges for Master of Fine Arts [MFA] (Painting)

  • MA in Delhi-NCR
  • MA in Maharashtra
  • MA in Chennai
  • MA in Uttar Pradesh
  • MA in Telangana

MFA Painting: Course Highlights Table

Given below are some of the major highlights of the course.

Course LevelPostgraduate
Duration2 years
Examination TypeSemester type
EligibilityBachelor’s degree
Admission ProcessDBRA University Entrance Test, JNAFAU, TUET, HNBGU Entrance test
Top recruiting organizationsAVM, Harvard
Top recruiting areasEducational Institutes, Arts, Crafts Shops, Publication Homes, Art Galleries, Museums, News, and Magazines
Top job profilesGallery Artist, Art Instructor, Museum Curator, Exhibition Designer, Art Critic
Course FeeINR 3,000 to 2 Lacs
Average Starting SalaryINR 2 to 10 Lacs

MFA Painting: What is it about?

    MFA Painting teaches students about principles of design by completing a variety of drawing projects. They will develop a strong sense of design through decision-making and problem-solving projects that may include media such as, graphite, oil pastel, colored pencil, chalk pastel, and charcoal.

    Students may learn how to developing painting skills and techniques using acrylic paints. They will explore the style of many artists throughout history while developing their own paintings. The major subjects considered and studied are landscapes, still-life, the figure, and abstraction.

    MFA Painting course provides the opportunity to explore and work in and between disciplines included but not limited to:

    • Sculpture
    • Animation
    • Performance
    • Painting
    • Drawing
    • Photography
    • Printmaking
    • Film

    MFA Painting: Top Institutes 

    Given below are the college names, location and the average structure of the fees which will be taken by the college for this course.

    COLLEGE NAMECITYAVERAGE ANNUAL FEE IN INR
    Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar UniversityAgraINR 70,000
    Kurukshetra UniversityKurukshetraINR 70,000
    Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts UniversityHyderabadINR 1,14,000
    Tripura UniversityAgartalaINR 2,700
    Maharaja Agrasen UniversitySolanINR 1,00,000
    College of Arts, University of DelhiDelhiINR 31,000
    Visva Bharati UniversityWest BengalINR 55,000
    Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal UniversityUttarakhandINR 25,000
    University of HyderabadHyderabadINR 32,940
    Aligarh Muslim UniversityAligarhINR 4,100
    Banaras Hindu UniversityVaranasiINR 3,157
    Amity UniversityLucknowINR 1,27,000
    Lovely Professional UniversityJalandharINR 1,18,000
    Chamrajendra Government College of Visual ArtsMysoreINR 9,427
    Davangere UniversityDavangereINR 18,000
    Delhi College of ArtDelhiINR 41,600
    Rabindra Bharati UniversityKolkataINR 13,000
    Teerthanker Mahaveer UniversityMoradabadINR 24,300

    MFA Painting: Eligibility 

    For MFA Painting course Eligibility, Candidates have to pass Bachelor’s degree in arts stream from a recognized university.

    Candidates who have acquired bachelor’s degree or an equivalent with a minimum of 55% marks in any stream from a recognized board are eligible for MFA Painting course. Cut-off marks vary from one college to another college. Many colleges conduct entrance exam and the personal interview for seeking admission in this course. Eligible candidates can apply for this course in various college/universities.

    MFA Painting: Admission Process

    Admission procedure for MFA Painting course is varying from one college to other. Many colleges offer this course based on the Cut-off marks or merit-list created by the colleges/universities.

    These colleges follow the process given below:

    • Application process
    • Declaration of cut-offs
    • Final admission

    Some colleges conduct entrance exam and personal interview.

    Some of the entrance exams are:

    • DBRA University Entrance Test
    • JNAFAU
    • TUET
    • HNBGU Entrance test

    Candidates who are selected for entrance exams can attend the personal interview. Based on both performances, candidates will be selected for the admissions.

    MFA Painting: Syllabus and Course Description

    A semester-wise syllabus for MFA Painting is given below. The syllabus may vary from one college to other.

    Semester ISemester II
    Aesthetic and Art PredictionAesthetic and Art Prediction
    History of Modern Western ArtHistory of Modern Western Art
    Creative painting or PortraitCreative painting or Portrait
    Exhibition, Viva-voce, and SeminarExhibition, Viva-voce, and Seminar
    Semester IIISemester IV
    History of Modern Indian ArtHistory of Modern Indian Art
    Dissertation and Viva-voceDissertation and Viva-voce
    Creative painting or PortraitCreative painting or Portrait
    Exhibition, Viva-voce, and SeminarExhibition, Viva-voce, and Seminar

    MFA Painting: Who should opt?

    • Candidates who have the ability to work in high standard with punctual and respect the area of work, and ability to work hard and effectively are suitable.
    • Candidates who have good eye contact, sound awareness of health, excellent practical skills, and safety issues are also suitable for this course.

    MFA Painting: Career Prospects

    Graduates have short-hand possibilities in these sectors on a competitive basis. Areas, where they can get opportunities are residencies, film industry, developing art-related activities in schools, prisons, and hospitals. Many of the professionals produce and market their own work.

    They may get jobs in many other major areas like industries, banks, media, insurance, and public relations.

    Roles of these professionals in various sectors are:

    • Fine artist
    • Printmaker
    • Exhibition designer
    • Art therapist
    • Stylist
    • Interior designer
    • Arts administrator
    • Gallery manager
    • Multimedia programmer
    • Museum officer

    Further study: Candidates who want to pursue Doctorate course can go for further study. By this course, graduates can enhance their skills and develop their knowledge in this field. Candidates can choose any specialization in fine arts.

    Given below are the major job positions, their descriptions, and the Average annual salary for each position:

    JOB POSITIONJOB DESCRIPTIONAVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY IN INR
    Gallery ArtistGallery artists are responsible for managing a gallery’s computer systems and information systems. They handle phone traffic, coordinate events, and exhibits, and prepare purchase orders. They are also responsible for keeping artwork and monitoring artwork in safe. They assist visitors and ensure that the visitors do not damage any artworks in the gallery.INR 4,13,000
    Art InstructorArt instructors are responsible for developing the interest to each student and improve their ability in creative expressions of visual forms. They teach skills and techniques of artistic expression with guidelines. They provide instruction to develop aesthetic appreciations and concepts and the ability to make judgments on art. They instruct students in proper care and use of equipment and tools.INR 2,96,000
    Museum CuratorMuseum curators are responsible for collecting exhibits in art gallery or museums. They develop and organize new collections to improve and expand research and educational facilities. They negotiate prices; buy items such as statue, sculpture, and paintings which have high value and extensively researching on these collections.INR 5,66,00
    Exhibition DesignerExhibition designers are responsible for designing layout of events, shows, and exhibitions. They need to be communicating with their clients about their concepts and entry requirements for visitors as they pass through the exhibitions. They work from offices, design studios, or from home to complete their designing layouts. They can also travel from one place to another to get data on the requirements.INR 2,55,000
    Art CriticArt critics are responsible for reporting reviews and news of local art beats including art museum shows, gallery openings, and art exhibits. There are two types of art critics. They are journalist art critic and scholarly art critic. Journalist Art Critics will report the news of all shows and events. Scholarly Art Critics may review exhibit or artworks that are less concentrate on the people. They will concentrate on artist, style, or medium such as charcoals, oils, watercolors, and pastels.INR 5,90,000

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