MIT School of Drama inaugurated in the city
MIT School of Film and Television, a constituent of MIT Art, Design and Technology University has introduced this year MSc in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics
Pimpri: MIT Art, Design and Technology University has launched MIT School of Drama. It has also launched MSc in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics course. Chairman and Dean Jabbar Patel along with Vice Chancellor Sunil Rai, Prof Samar Nakhate and Beiju Kurup announced the initiative at a press meet held in the city recently.
Patel said MIT School of Drama aims to combine practical training with theory covering aesthetics of drama and its evolution through the ages in India and abroad. Patel said, “BA in Dramatic Arts – specialising in acting and theatre techniques will connect various aspects of Acting, Scenography (Architecture and Space), Visual Arts, Literature and other performing Arts (Music, Dance & Folk performing arts) with reference to cultural and social history will make the
MIT School of Film and Television, a constituent of MIT Art, Design and Technology University has introduced this year MSc in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics. It is tailored to the needs of the cinema industry to develop VFX artists such as 2D/3D designers, 3D modellers, visualisers, and compositors who will collaborate with filmmakers, television producers, game designers, content developers, trans media artists and immersive media producers.
The officials described the BSc and MSc degree courses in Film Making which has specialisation in direction and screenplay writing, cinematography, editing, sound recording and design, visual effects and motion graphics.