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Another piece of art by lintosh a 1st yr. student

A four day clay art exhibition was held at Loyola Academy from 14/07/09 to 17/07/09 by the B.Sc. Animation design faculty. The exhibition included both the clay arts and some of the best sketches done by the first year & the second year students.

According to the Head of the Department of the Animation Design (Mr.Bhaskar), this exhibition was all for developing the creativity of the students. The clay-art develops the ability of developing props like some imaginary creatures or anything else beyond anybody’s imagination. This helps the students in development of games or any of the characters in an animated movie or for any of the advertisements. They were very much privileged to have Mr.Vasu (Art director-Ramoji Film City) as the guest lecturer, who helped the students a lot for making this exhibition look great!

Mr.Bhasker (H.O.D Animation Design). Credit:Shiva

Mr.Bhasker (H.O.D Animation Design). Credit:Shiva

Mr. Vasu (art director at Ramoji Film City). Credit: Shiva

Mr. Vasu (art director at Ramoji Film City). Credit: Shiva

The most amazing work by Mr.Vasu. Credit: Shiva

The most amazing work by Mr.Vasu. Credit: Shiva

Multan mitti which was being used. Credit:shiva

Multan mitti which was being used. Credit:shiva

School kids visiting the clay art exhibition Credit: Shiva

School kids visiting the clay art exhibition Credit: Shiva

B.Sc. Animation Design 1sy year students. Credit:Shiva

B.Sc. Animation Design 1sy year students. Credit:Shiva

Coming to the raw materials, Multan Mitti, though very costly, was preferred as it is very eco-friendly and there wouldn’t be any sort of harm both to the students & the environment. Of course, the college management had shown their full support for this exhibition without which it wouldn’t have been possible.

The student’s themselves loved this exhibition and were with full of enthusiasm as it helped them a lot in exploring themselves an to have a practical approach for what they were doing. They had to struggle hard for 4 days creating many models for the display.

According to Subhojit, a first year student, “It was a great experience playing with the clay. It was the first time we saw cutting tools and moulding our imagination, putting them up onto the clay was an amazing experience. Mr.Bhaskar & Mr. Vasu helped us out a lot to put across our imagination and creativity. We learnt abstract clay modeling and Terracota modeling techniques, which is actually a model hollow from inside and just placing small pieces of clay to give a better formation and which looks amazing!. every person has their own perception of seeing life and dreaming and putting across such things in a form of art is just fabulous, apart from learning we had loads of fun. We got our hands and clothes dirty, we never were bothered about it though. On the whole it was a good, amazing, practical experience”.

credit: shiva

Photography. Credit: shiva

There were students from different schools to check out this art exhibition. The kids were amazed to see this formation of art and rejoiced every moment they came across each piece of art.

The animation students not only excelled in their clay art stuff but they also were superb in their photography.

These students have a practical approach to everything, which they have been doing. This exhibition added a huge advantage to the student’s part. After this, the students from the other faculty opined that they should also have such exhibitions for their own faculty so that their skills improve by exposure to such practical stuff. All were interested in improving by exposing themselves to such creative endeavors especially in the field of art in this competitive world.

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