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Free Diploma in Arts

Sood Charity Foundation and Indian Creative Unity Collaborate to Launch Kala Shakti 2023-24: Free Diploma in Arts

A general perception about fine arts students is that they lack technical skills. Whether it is due to a weak foundation in fundamental artistic skill or insufficient exposure to evolving technologies and industry practices, students might struggle to express their creative ideas effectively in the absence of proper training. To ensure holistic development, it is advisable for students to pursue skill-based fine arts diploma courses.

Sood Charity Foundation, in collaboration with Indian Creative Unity (ICU), is proud to announce the launch of ‘Kala Shakti’: A free diploma in arts at the national level. This programme is designed to equip students with adequate skills and knowledge to pursue a career in the Arts. Covering a variety of fine arts subjects including drawing, painting, sculpture, and graphic design, the course offers numerous benefits to students.

Benefits of a Skill-Based Diploma in Arts

Not only does this provide every enrolled individual the opportunity to learn and receive feedback from experienced artists but also the chance to develop their work portfolio. Besides, students can also network with other like-minded artists and other professionals during the pursuit of their diploma in arts.

Additionally, specialisation in a specific area of art, whether it’s painting, sculpture or graphic design, can provide a competitive edge in the job market. Focused on honing specific skills in various art forms in a structured learning environment, skill-based courses offer intensive training in techniques, tools, and materials, enhancing a student’s technical proficiency.

Depending on a fine arts course duration, the individual can plan their career ahead better in a formal setting wherein learning is structured, and guidance is regularly provided. After all, feedback allows a more comprehensive understanding of art. In the absence of constructive critiques, students might struggle to identify areas for improvement and refine their skills.

Addressing the challenges faced in fine arts diploma courses requires an approach that includes curriculum reviews, incorporation of updated contemporary practices, exposure to industry professionals, and a balance between conceptual and technical training. At Sood Charity Foundation, we encourage a culture of mentored learning and real-world experiences which can help fine arts students bridge the gap between academia and the demands of the evolving art landscape.