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I am interested in making career in commercial arts. But I am bit confused about the content of course related to commercial arts. I also want to know about the career options that I can choose from after pursuing education in commercial arts. Can someone suggest me some institutes from where I can pursue these courses?

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Re: Career options after pursuing Commercial arts

Commercial art is a branch of Arts stream which trains a person to use art in various forms for commercial purpose. This can be done by means of painting, sculptures, murals, animation, graphic designing and many more such activities. These activities can be used to promote things and sell them. A person?s artistic talent and marketing strategy can be combined for excellent advertising.
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The basic qualification required for applying for commercial arts course is a certificate for Senior Secondary. You can apply in various colleges which provide bachelors and masters courses in commercial arts. Some institutes also provide diploma courses in this field. Some institutes conduct their own entrance tests, passing which candidate can apply for courses.
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Some institutes which provide bachelors and masters course in Commercial arts from India are,
  • Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art, Mumbai
  • Academy of Arts of India, Tamil Nadu
  • Allahabad University, Faculty of Arts, UP
  • Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu
  • BHU, Faculty of Performing Arts, Varanasi
  • Kurukshetra University, Punjab
  • Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University of Baroda, Baroda
  • Kala Bhavan, Vishwa Bharti
  • College of Art, New Delhi
  • National Gallery of Modern Art, Jaipur
  • University of Delhi
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In this field, natural talent and a good aptitude is very much important. A person with degree in commercial arts can apply for jobs in art studios, advertising agencies, publishing houses, designing studios and many more such organizations. One can also opt for freelancing. That means you don?t work for any organization, you work on your own for other organization which require your services.
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A student of Commercial Art can pursue career in art studios, advertising industry, designing industry, graphic and animation studios, art direction can also be good option. A commercial arts student can work on making catalogues, book illustrations, movie slides and posters, billboards and many more. One can be design editor for magazines. One can also become professional artist and conduct exhibition of one?s artwork.
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Some of the well known colleges in India for pursuing course in Commercial Arts.
1. Government College of Fine Arts and Architecture, Hyderabad.
Course Offered: Diploma in Drawing and Painting ? 4 to 5 years.
Eligibility: Xth / Higher Secondary.
2. Government College of Fine Arts and Architecture, Hyderabad.
Course Offered: Diploma in Drawing and Painting.
Eligibility: Xth/higher Secondary.
3. Central School of Arts and Crafts. Andhra Pradesh.
Course Offered: Diploma in Drawing and Painting.
Eligibility: Xth / Higher Secondary.
4. Central School of Arts and Crafts. Andhra Pradesh.
Course Offered: Diploma in Drawing and Painting.
Eligibility: Xth / Higher Secondary.
5. Faculty of Fine Arts and Crafts, Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur.
Course Offered: Diploma in Drawing and Painting.
Eligibility: Xth / Higher Secondary.
6. Government College of Arts, Chandigarh. (BFA) Art, Graphics, Sculpture. Course Offered: Diploma in Drawing and Painting.
Eligibility: Xth /Higher Secondary.
7. Government College of Arts, Chandigarh.
Course Offered: Diploma in Commercial Art,
Eligibility : Xth/Higher Secondary.
8. Delhi College of Art, 24, Tilak Marg, New Delhi-1.
Course Offerd: Bachelor in Fine Art (BFA).
Eligibility: XIIth and Entrance Test.
9. Delhi College of Art, 24, Tilak Marg, New Delhi-1.
Course Offered: Master in Fine Art. (MFA).
Eligibility: Class XII and Entrance test.
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I know of one design and visual communication school, it is 'Ecole intuit.lab Mumbai' where you can learn graphic designing, illustrations, multimedia designing, package designing. The career prospects are good. You can become a graphic designer, illustrator, visualizer. You can try enquiring at Ecole.
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