PG Diploma Courses At Bengaluru
Ministry of Culture, Government of India set up IGNCA in the year 1987 to explore, study and dissemination Indian arts, revive the dialogue between India and her neighbours, especially in South and Southeast Asia, in the areas pertaining to the arts. Arts encompasses a wide area of studies, such as creative literature—written and oral; visual arts—architecture, sculpture, painting, graphics and general material culture; photography and films; the performing arts—music, dance and theatre; festivals with artistic dimension.
IGNCA’s Cultural Informatics Laboratory took up the task of documentation and digitization of cultural resources and developing interactive multimedia based learning resources to create the expertise in the areas of digital artifacts.
IGNCA’s Conservation Laboratory is also fully equipped for the conservation work of artifacts and is having rich strength of in-house core faculty.
To attract the people towards Indian art and to nurture trained manpower in the related fields, IGNCA has planned to start the following one year Post Graduate Diploma Courses at its Regional Centre, Bengaluru: