The human body was seen as a vehicle of worship and thus performances become acts of invoking the divine. By 200 AD at the latest, as stated above, the complicated techniques of dance-like acting, as well as the rasa system, were codified in the Natyashastra. It is significant that in the Indian tradition it is dance, a temporal and corporal form of art, which is regarded as the ascendant art form. In Indian thought, dance, and all art, is basically a religious sacrifice (yajna). Art is also regarded as a form of yoga and a discipline (sadhana). Through the creation of a work of art the artist/craftsman strives to evoke a state of pure joy or bliss (ananda).
Our students are more passionate in art. It is our responsibility to empower them in art. It is a place for those students to try new techniques and mediums of an art where Students can participate in competition, workshops and exhibitions. Being the coordinators of this club is our responsibility to make this club a Success.
Our vision is to create a platform for the students to showcase and also train to make them excel in their creative skills.
CREATIVITY TAKES COURAGE
One workshop conducted by an artist/ architect for various types of painting, functional
sculptures, traditional art & crafts etc.
Arranging for exhibitions in the campus, after the workshop where students can market their products.
One Art Competition, ART FEST- a state level competition is conducted in our campus for young aspirants to showcase their talents
ART EDUCATING PROGRAMMES IN SCHOOLS - This will help the school students to know about the design courses. 50 schools are visited every year for the purpose of art education.
LIST OF EVENTS / ACTIVITIES / COMPETITIONS
EVENT / ACTIVITY / COMPETITION
Guidelines / Rules & Regulations for each event
CODE OF CONDUCT
SOCIETAL INITIATIVES OF THE CLUB
To help the students work as a team in organizing and conducting events/ workshops The students frequently communicate with the club members of their respective clubs in neighbouring colleges and regions giving them wide exposure of what are happening around them with respect to their clubs also making them participate in events, competitions and workshop.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
|Position||Name of Official||Semester and Year|
|Faculty In-charge||Mr. Anil Kumar||NA|
|Assisting Faculty Member||NA||NA|
|President(Student)||Caroline||Fifth year Tenth semester|
|Vice President(Student)||Vignesh S V||Fourth year Eighth semester|
|Secretary(Student)||Renuka||Second year Fourth semester|
|Joint Secretary(Student)||Sunith||First year Second semester|
|Treasurer(Student)||Amal Krishna||Second year Fourth semester|
|Executive Committee Member 1 (Student)||Agnes Dora||Fifth year Tenth semester|
|Executive Committee Member 2 (Student)||Abhiram||Third year Sixth semester|
|Name of Student||Programme||Semester|
|Vignesh S V||B.Arch||Eighth|
|Harihara Sundar Rajan||B.Arch||Sixth|
Terms and Conditions to avail Membership
Validity of Membership
The validity of the membership lasts for one year
The students can change or enrol in other clubs if vacancy is available
One year– Rs.500 (for membership in one club)
The fees includes the cost of events/ competitions/ workshops conducted through the club