Sri Aurobindo Centre For Arts & Communication (SACAC), New Delhi
Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts & Communication (SACAC), a unit of Sri Aurobindo Society, has started a new PG Diploma in Audio Technology of one year duration with effect from the academic year 2009-10. The course is designed to develop Sound professionals with in-depth understanding of the principles of audio and acoustics. The students will be trained in live recording, mixing/mastering, acoustic design, sequencing, dubbing and so on."
Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication", was earlier known as Sri Aurobindo Institute of Mass Communication. The new name will encapsulate the scope of the centre's activities in a better way. SACAC also offers one year PG Diploma programmes in Advertising & PR, Journalism in English and Hindi, Film & TV Production and Creative Photography.
SACAC intends to bring in positive changes in the way future media professionals and artists look at the realms of arts and communication. In line with the Centre's philosophy, special efforts are being made to integrate its scope of activities to a larger audience by regularly organising festivals, exhibitions and symposia. These events work as a platform where SACAC students can interact with other aspiring professionals to showcase their talents, exchange ideas and network to create likeminded groups who can make a difference in the media industry.
In May 2008, SACAC had organised "Beyond the Present - a national level symposium on art and expression" as a prelude to the purpose of media. In Dec. 2008 "Twilight" was organized for the second time, which is the first film festival exclusively meant for short films in India. "Vimarsh" - a series of lectures, has been started to act as a platform to discuss topical and socio-cultural issues. For further information please visit http://www.saimc.com . 7:09 PM