Painting, drawing, animation, printmaking, conceptual art, textiles, multimedia art, design, dance, theatre, art theory, mosaics, photography, filmmaking, forging, sculpture, electronic media, costume design, calligraphy, folk art, and possibly a few other disciplines will all be covered in your course.
No matter the branch of the fine arts you choose, there are some overlapping courses you should anticipate taking. You will undoubtedly need to finish the general education requirements for your institution. These are classes that typically are taken in the first two years of a programme and cover a wide range of material in many fields. Art appreciation and art history are two more popular courses for the arts. Before starting their chosen area of specialisation, students can gain a general grasp of the arts via these courses, which encompass all of the arts.