About B.V.A Sculpture

Sculpture is a field which has maintained a position of great significance within the social and cultural context of the world, due to which it has been one of the most prominent forms of recording and portraying history. The Faculty of Fine Arts offers a four-year bachelors degree program in sculpture which is centred on imparting within the students these specific and vital skill sets and abilities in relation to the art form of sculpture. Sculpture focuses in the understanding of various illustration models in 2D and 3D artistic structures which are made using ceramic, wood, metal and stone. The curriculum is uniquely designed not only to impart within the students the relevant art skills but it also seeks to explore and showcase the inherent creative elements which lie within the students. As a way of developing the practical skills of the students the faculty of fine arts has a designated studio that is fully equipped with state of the art equipments and modern technologies which allow students to explore their endless creative and innovative ideas. With an elite league of faculties, the fine arts department provides the most enriching academic experience through the guidance of these experts and creative prodigies. Beyond the scope of the curriculum the sculpture program, goes on to develop the professional skills and business abilities of the students which allows them to commercialize their creativity within various market spaces.


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B.V.A SculptureProgram Outcomes

Why Study B.V.A Sculpture

A degree in sculpture develops the autistic elements of the students so as to understand the most complicated and sophisticated social dynamics and to present them in a beautified manner. Sculpting is a form of art which challenges an artist’s imagination. It helps an individual to look at the world in a more realistic manner and provides a balance between concept and media. Due to the universal demand for art, sculpture acts as the most commonly accepted art forms therefore creating a pool of opportunities for prospective students.
Furniture Artist

Furniture Artist

An ability to understand the various social, cultural and economic dynamics of the world and to visually present them in an art form.

Hand Potters

An ability to vividly portray the world through the use of sculpture and to shape the perspectives of the people.

Hand Potters
Ice Sculptors

Ice Sculptors

An ability to project innovative ideas and creativity relating to sculpture and art, and to introduce your thought processes.

Concrete Sculptors

An ability to document various historical processes through the use of art and visual imagery, which can be utilized in various scenarios.

Concrete Sculptors
Design Instructors

Design Instructors

An ability to demonstrate effective growth and interpersonal communicative abilities which allow painters to be more relatable and flexible.

Duration: 4 years (Semester System)



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Eligibility Criteria

The candidate shall have passed HSC examination in Science or Arts or Commerce stream conducted by Gujarat Board or any other recognized Examination Board


Mode of Admission

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B.V.A Sculpture feesFees


B.V.A Sculpture

₹ 40,000/- Annually*

* Tuition Fees may vary depending on the Country/ State in which the candidate has passed their qualifying examination.

B.V.A Sculpture CurriculumCurriculum

Wood Cut

Wood Cut



Basic Graphic Design-I

Basic Graphic Design-II

Painting Composition-I

Painting Composition-II

Basic Sculpture-I

Basic Sculpture-II

History of Art-I

History of Art-II

Fundamentals of Visual Arts-I

Fundamentals of Visual Arts-II








History of Art-III

History of Art-IV

History of Design-I

History of Design-II



Elective - 1 (Compulsory Subjects :1)

Elective - 1 (Compulsory Subjects :1)


Drawing V




History of Art-V

History of Art-VI



History of Design-III

History of Design-IV

Elective - 1 (Compulsory Subjects :1)

Elective - 1 (Compulsory Subjects :1)


Internship Project-I

Internship Project-II

History of Art-VII

History of Art-VIII



Methods and Materials-I

Methods and Materials-II

Elective - 1 (Compulsory Subjects :1)

Elective - 1 (Compulsory Subjects :1)

Elective 4 (Compulsory Subjects :2)

Elective 4 (Compulsory Subjects :2)


B.V.A Sculpture Curriculum Fine Arts Studio


Fine Arts Studio

As a way of developing the practical skills of the students, the Faculty of Fine Arts has a designated a specific studio that serves the purpose of engaging students in a series of practical exercises

B.V.A Sculpture CurriculumActivities

Beginning of Applied Arts (Commercial Arts) and its presence in Paintings

Mrs. Malti Gaekwad is an experienced faculty in the field of Applied Arts and was invited for a guest lecture for the students of BVA first year. She spoke on the beginning of Applied Arts, Design and its presence in Paintings. Students reciprocated to her knowledge and were interested in knowing further in details. The session took over many other aspects of Design in present day.

Talk on global mix of art education and higher studies in fine arts

The professor Jamie Scott from Fine Arts, De Montfort University Leicester, UK visited Faculty of Fine Arts, Parul University. He interacted with the students of Fine Arts and delivered a talk on global mix of art education and higher studies in fine arts.

Architecture, Fine Arts & Design Expo 2019

As a concluding mark to their academic journey, the budding architects, designers and fine arts students of Parul University, made an outstanding display of their artistic and innovative creativity during the recently held academic exhibition. With their cutting-edge thought process and their understanding of five years of education, the students of the faculties of architecture, fine arts and design showcased their final year projects. This was pure results of hard work, commitment and dedication on the part of the student and their faculties.

Workshop on "Out of the Box”

Students of Faculty of Fine Arts were exposed to 10 days long workshop called "Out of the Box" conducted by Jana Bednarova, Slovakian artist. The workshop aimed to open ways to understand works of Post Modern & Contemporary artists who work with concept and mix media. The program of the course helped students to find the area of interest in art and discover the topic and elaborate the experimental artwork which they were able to discuss in context of present day art.