ART SCHOOLS


 
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Université Kasdi Merbah de Ouargla

Route Ghardaia Ouargla, Ouargla/ 2132.9716.468/ www.univ-ouargla.dz

The Université de Ouargla is a university located in Ouargla, Algeria. It was founded on March 22, 1988. The university covers 88 hectares, has 6 libraries and 26 research laboratories. For the academic year 2012/2013, there were 18,767 undergraduate students, 3,590 Masters students and 709 PhD students enrolled in the university.

 

 
 

University of Fort Hare

Alice, Eastern Cape, South Africa/ 2740.602.2011/ www.ufh.ac.za

A vibrant, equitable and sustainable African university, committed to teaching and learning and research excellence, at the service of its students, scholars and the wider community. Our Mission is to provide high quality education of international standards, contributing to the advancement of knowledge that is socially and ethically relevant and applying that knowledge to the scientific, technological and socio-economic development of our nation and the wider world.

 

 
 
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Assiut University

Markaz El-Fath, Assiut Governorate, Egypt/ 2010.8824.23500/ www.aun.edu.eg

The faculty of Arts, Assiut University offers a number of peer-reviewed programs to prepare qualified graduates in the fields of Languages, Human and Social Sciences with the capacity compete in the labor market, conduct scientific research, and contribute to their community service and the solution of its problems.

 
 

Benha University

El-Shaheed Farid Nada, Qism Banha, Banha, Al Qalyubia Governorate 13511, Egypt/ 2013.323.1011/ www.bu.edu.eg

Banha University is an Egyptian university in the Egyptian city of Banha, the capital of Al Qalyubiyah governorate. It was established according to a decree on 25 November 1976 as a branch from Zagazig University in Banha, with the faculties of Commerce, Education, Agriculture of Moshtohor, Engineering of Shobra and Medicine. In 1981–1982, the faculties of Arts, Science of Banha and Veterinary Medicine of Moshtohor were founded. On 1 August 2005 it became an independent university from Zagazig University. The previous president of the university is Professor Hosam-ed-din Mohammad Al-Attar and then professor Mohamed Safwat Zahran, now Professor Ali Shams Aldeen.

 
 
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Alexandria University

Ash Shatibi, Al Iskandariyah, Egypt/ 203.5913.931/ www.alexu.edu.eg

In 1938, the nucleus of the Alexandria University (formerly known as Farouk University) had its beginning in the form of two faculties of Fouad the First University. These were the faculties of Arts and Law. The faculty of Engineering was then established in 1941. In the light of the need for developing more disciplines for higher learning and with a view towards meeting the need of the people of Alexandria, Alexandria University became a separate entity in August 1942 with four additional faculties: Science, Commerce, Medicine and Agriculture. In 1952, it became "Alexandria University". Since then, the University witnessed growth and expansion in several fields: the number of Faculties and high institutes increased to 22.

 
 

University of Ilorin

1515, Unilorin Staff Quarters, Amodu Bello Way, Ilorin, Nigeria/ 2348.000.000.000/ www.unilorin.edu.ng

The University of Ilorin is located in the ancient city of Ilorin, about 500 kilometres from Abuja, the Federal capital. Ilorin, the Capital of Kwara State, is strategically located at the geographical and cultural confluence of the North and South. Our mission is to provide world-class environment for learning, research and community service.

 

 
 
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Covenant University

Covenant University, Otta, Nigeria/ 2349.025.058.328/ www.covenantuniversity.edu.ng

Our mission is to be a leading World-class Christian Mission University committed to raising a new generation of leaders in all fields of Human endeavor, and to create knowledge and restore the dignity of the black man via a Human Development and Total Man Concept driven curriculum employing innovative, leading edge, teaching and learning methods, research and professional services that promote integrated, life-applicable, life-transforming education relevant to the context of Science, Technology and Human Capacity Building.

 
 

University of Nigeria

Nsukka Road, Ihe Nsukka410001, Nsukka, Nigeria/ 2348.063.607.400/ www.unn.edu.ng

University of Nigeria is one of the country's leading institutions and remains one of the few institutions in Africa that researches and offers courses in astronomy at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The University of Nigeria was the first "indigenous" university in Nigeria.

 
 

Université Cadi Ayyad

Bd Abdelkrim Khattabi, Marrakesh 40000, Morocco/ 2125.2443.4885/ www.uca.ma

Cadi Ayyad University is a university in Marrakesh and one of the largest universities in Morocco. One of its associated colleges, the École nationale des sciences appliquées de Marrakech (ENSA Marrakech), was created in 2000 by the Ministry of Higher Education and specializes in engineering and scientific research. Cadi Ayyad University was established in 1978 and operates 13 institutions in the Marrakesh-Safi region of Morocco in four main cities, including Kalaa of Sraghna, Essaouira and Safi in addition to Marrakesh.

 
 
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Université Mohamed Khider de Biskra

BP 145 RP، Biskra 07000, Algeria/ 2133.3543.160/ univ-biskra.dz

The University of Biskra is a university located in Biskra, Algeria.

 
 
 

National School Of The Arts

17 Hoofd St, Braamfontein, Gauteng, 2001, South Africa/ 2711.339.6539/ www.artschool.co.za

In accordance with the legislature, the National School of the Arts is committed to provide quality teaching to learners irrespective of race, colour, religion or language. The Admission policy of the NSA is submitted to the District Director by the end of April each year for ratification. Education White Paper 6, Special Needs Education (2001), recognises that in an inclusive education and training system, a wider spread of Education Support Services has to be created in line with what learners require. The learners at the NSA require more intense specialised forms of support to be able to develop their full potential.

 
 

Creative Image Craft Painting Schools

341 Ridgeview Rd, Waterkloof Ridge, Gauteng, 0181, South Africa/ 2712.347.7471/ www.creativeimage.co.za

These studio's are supplied with everything necessary for the running of successful classes. The franchisee is given intensive training, covering both the running of classes as well as the running of a small business, help with the design and layout of their new school, access to a mailing list for marketing purposes, fully prepared lessons and designs, stock, lightboxes, stationery and if course, most importantly, backup. The concept has proven to be so popular, that to date 60 franchises have opened up around the country, as well as in Mauritius, with each franchisee having their own group of enthusiastic students. When we visited one of the studio's, we met a group of ladies enjoying a morning class. Each was doing a design of their own, and the results were really impressive, considering that not one of the students had previously considered themselves to be “arty”.

 
 
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Bellville Art Gallery & Centre

Carel Van Aswegen Ave, Boston, Western Cape, 7530, South Africa/ 2721.917.1197/ www.artb.co.za

Art.b, the Arts Association of Bellville, is an innovative, community – orientated organisation, sensitive to new ideas and supportive of established and emerging artists from all cultural backgrounds. Art.b, through its vibrant art gallery, creates a platform for and showcases visual art and artists in the Western Cape to raise public awareness of art. The Arts Association of Bellville is the Western Cape branch of the South African National Association of Visual Art. It is a non-profit membership-based organisation open to all. The gallery is maintained and managed with the support of the City of Cape Town.

 
 

Ajay's Art Studio

2 Quinine Rd, Glen Marais, Gauteng, 1619, South Africa/ 2711.972.8557/ www.artclassesatajays.com

During the first decade of this century our teaching has changed somewhat in philosophy and execution to allow for more imagination and flexibility. Now we have contemporary workshops and classes, as well as workshops on music, food and art. We designed another course called loosening-up which we incorporate into many art courses to remove the shackles of creative fear, advanced drawing, more mixed media and larger projects for kids and adults alike. We think our greatest achievement is the amount of students returning to us.

 
 
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Zimbabwe Institute of Vigital Arts

123 A Nelson Mandela Ave, Harare, Zimbabwe/ 073.348.0811/ ziva.org

The Zimbabwe Institute of Vigital Arts or ZIVA was founded by Saki Mafundikwa in 1999 as the first school of design and new media in Zimbabwe. Mafundikwa, a typographer, designer, design educator, filmmaker, photographer, author of Afrikan Alphabets – the first book on Afrikan typography, and recent TED Talks speaker; after a long sojourn through the world of design and media in the United States decided that the power of graphic and visual communication should be returned to the source where it all started, Zimbabwe. He returned to his country and amidst social and political upheavals managed to found and recently expand ZIVA into a program which galvanizes intrinsic values found in design.

 
 

Michaelis School of Fine Art

31 - 37 Orange St, Gardens, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa/ 2721.650.7111/ www.michaelis.uct.ac.za

Founded in 1925, the Fine Arts department of the University of Cape Town is better known as the Michaelis School of Fine Art, and has a long and proud tradition of producing outstanding graduates. Today Michaelis is staffed by some of South Africa’s leading fine artists, curators and art academics. Internationally the school is recognised as one of South Africa’s foremost institutions for the study of fine art and new media at an advanced level.

 
 
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Creative Arts College

West Tower, 331 Dr Pixley KaSeme Street, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal/ 2731.301.3313/ www.creativearts.co.za

Creative Arts College is an Award winning Institute of Excellence which specialises on providing accredited, globally recognised and relevant programmes that will develop a graduate to enter the industry either as a high profiled employee or as an employer. All our courses have a practical focus, thereby giving students hands on experience with equipment and production simulations. We ensure that all our lecturers are not just qualified and able to teach but also directly involved in the industry. Apart from our industry professional lecturers, students are also visited by SME’S (Subject Matter Experts) and celebrity guests allowing students to learn and network with their idols. Students are also taken out on subject matter excursions where they are given exclusive tours and behind the scenes views and information. We have a comprehensive Quality Management System which ensures a well structured and controlled learning environment.

 
 

Open Window Institute

1297 John Vorster Dr, Southdowns, Centurion, 0169, South Africa/ 2712.648.9200/ www.openwindow.co.za

Our vision is to be the benchmark for design education. Whether it be visual or audio-visual design. As a college of high repute in the world of technology-driven education in creative arts, the Open Window has become a leader and keystone organisation in South Africa over the past 21 years. Open Window Institute provides dynamic practice-led higher education integrating conceptual thinking and academic rigour in the applied arts.

 
 

CityVarsity - Johannesburg Campus

125 Simmonds St, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, 2001, South Africa/ 2711.242.6360/ www.cityvarsity.co.za/about-us/johannesburg-campus

In 2014 CityVarsity’s Newtown Campus relocated to its new home in Braamfontein. With this move CityVarsity is able to offer students an enhanced experience without being far from the “cultural arc” and staying true to its creative roots. The area is the home of the Braamfontein Management District that has seen to the development of Braamfontein as a central location for entertainment, business and education. Braamfontein is the location of the Johannesburg Theatre, several art galleries and studios, The Grove (a trendy student spot) and the famous Neighbourgoods Market. Johannesburg offers loads of opportunities in the creative industries, specifically in film, television and music as well as for recording and production, crafts and design, multimedia and information technology. Our proximity to these professional creative hives (including SABC, e.tv, numerous galleries and production companies) provides our learners with vital motivation to keep pursuing their dreams.

 
 

CityVarsity - Cape Town Campus

18 Roeland St, Gardens, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa/ 2721.466.6800/ www.cityvarsity.co.za/about-us/cape-town-campus

Our flagship campus is situated in Cape Town. It boasts state of the art sound, film, acting and photography studios, an infinity wall, dark room, casting rooms and fully equipped labs for animation, multimedia and journalism. We are located in the heart of Cape Town’s creative and design district. The area houses numerous advertising, animation, design and production companies and studios. Many of our alumni are employed in our immediate vicinity, fostering strong and on-going personal and professional relationships.

 
 

Lynette Morris-hale Studio

16 Dorsetshire Rd, Berea West, Westville, 3629, South Africa/ 2731.266.0543/ lynettemorrishale.weebly.com

I have been involved in education for 30 years, teaching art at a High School .I set up my ceramic studio in Westville about 8 years. Along the way I have received awards on a National and Regional level for my ceramics, have held a solo exhibition in 2009 and participated in numerous group exhibitions. I enjoy creating and trusting in my spirit which reveals the artist in me.