ART SCHOOLS


 
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UNSW Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

UNSW Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia/ 6129.3851.492/ www.arts.unsw.edu.au

UNSW Arts & Social Sciences is a lively community of scholars and students exploring big ideas. Our academics are leaders in their fields, creating new knowledge and new forms of understanding. We are boldly creative and intellectually adventurous, combining time-tested traditions of scholarship with progressive new ways of thinking to tackle age-old questions, inform social change and enrich public debate. Arts & Social Sciences attracts bright, imaginative, globally conscious students. We challenge them to think critically, to communicate with creativity and influence, and then to translate their knowledge and skills into exciting and unpredictable careers.

 

 
 

Whitehouse Institute of Design
2 Short St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia/ 6129.2678.799/ www.whitehouse-design.edu.au

The Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia (known colloquially as Whitehouse) is a private Design Institute with campuses in both inner-city Melbourne and Surry Hills, Sydney. It was established in 1988 by Leanne Whitehouse. The Institute offers a Master of Design (M.Des.), Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) degrees, and as well as various vocational education and training (VET) courses, Including Advanced Diplomas, Diplomas, Certificates and various Whitehouse Workshops. The M.Des. degree was first offered in 2014.

 

 
 

School of Art- ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences

13 Ellery Crescent, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia/ 6126.125.2898/ cass.anu.edu.au

The mission of the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences is: globally, to be recognised by its academic excellence, in both research and education, across the humanities, creative arts and social sciences, while bringing its expertise to bear on key social, cultural, and political problems facing the contemporary world; nationally, in partnership with the public, the private sector, and government, to shape Australia as an innovative knowledge-based society.

 
 

National Art School

Forbes Street, Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia/ 6129.339.8744/ www.nas.edu.au

The National Art School is an independent specialist visual arts higher education institution with origins that can be traced back to 1843. With a rich tradition of artistic practice and a well-renowned alumni, the School is an important part of Australia’s cultural heritage and contributes to its ongoing artistic and cultural development through the education of emerging artists, as well as engaging the broader community through a vibrant program of public events and exhibitions.

 
 
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National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)

215 Anzac Parade, Kensington NSW 2033, Australia/ 6129.697.7600/ www.nida.edu.au

NIDA is Australia’s leading institute for education and training in the dramatic arts. Our programs respond to the rapidly evolving global arts and culture environment and encompass a broad range of accredited courses across different disciplines, including graduate degrees, undergraduate degrees and diplomas. We also offer an extensive program of public short courses for adults and children through NIDA Open and our highly successful corporate training program, NIDA Corporate. NIDA is a powerhouse for the development of Australia’s creative and cultural sector, challenging current thinking and practice and producing graduates who will be innovators and leaders. Our sought-after alumni are working all over the world on stage, on screen, behind the scenes and leading major events and organisations.

 
 

Julian Ashton Art School

117 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia/ 6129.241.1641/ julianashtonartschool.com.au

Mr Henry Cornwallis Gibbons was the Principal of the Julian Ashton Art School from 1942 to 1960. We were encouraged to set a standard for ourselves and not to be easily satisfied. Julian Ashton started the famous Sydney Art School with a vision that it still embodies to this day and Henry Gibbons and many others have carried on his legacy. It is the philosophy of this School to encourage fine drawing and sound practice in the craft of painting.

 

 
 
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Art Class Melbourne Australia

Cardigan Road, Mooroolbark,Victoria, Australia 3138 / 6141.115.2481 / www.artclassmelbourneaustralia.com

Art Classes Melbourne - Drawing,Painting & Photography Lessons in this beautiful garden estate in the prestigious "Edna Wallings area" of Mooroolbark, Victoria, Australia. Nestled between the grandeur of The Dandenong Ranges and right on the edge of the world reknown Yarra Valley, you won't find a more relaxing Art Studio! This Art School is for creative kids, talented teenagers and Adult Art Education. Art students can be absolute beginners who would like a basic how to Draw and Paint Art Class or a Fine Art Course. To more advanced Artists who would like to perfect their techniques or meetup with other arty people in an Art Group.

 
 

Melbourne Studio of Art

544 Glen Huntly Rd. Elsternwick, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia/ 6139.528.3390/ studyart.com.au

The Melbourne Studio of Art is an art school for adults teaching drawing, painting and sculpture. We seek to bring back traditional teaching methods so that students progress substantially under our tuition. Founded in 1998 under the wing of our now sister school Art Encounters, this school is rapidly growing and gaining a reputation as one of the best places to learn painting and drawing in Australia.

 
 

Sydney Art School - Hornsby Studio

25 Edgeworth David Ave, Hornsby, New South Wales/ 6113.0027.8252/ www.sydneyartschool.com.au

Award Winning Art Classes with Sydney's Best Artists. Sydney Art School, the only private Art School dedicated to Visual Arts offering formal Qualifications to Certificate and Diploma Levels under the Australian Qualifications Framework.

 
 
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Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design

24 Balfour Road, Parnell, Auckland 1052, New Zealand/ 6493.095.970/ www.whitecliffe.ac.nz

Whitecliffe is an independent Arts and Design school of choice, producing the highest quality graduates and shaping exceptional creative citizens. Whitecliffe provides life-transforming educational experiences in arts and design through teaching and research, educating students to shape culture through the practice and critical study of the arts. Building on foundations of excellence, innovation and a commitment to diversity, Whitecliffe prepares its students for lifelong creative work and engagement with their communities. Whitecliffe seeks to instill aesthetic judgment, professional knowledge, collaborative skills and technical expertise in all graduates.

 
 

AUT - Auckland University of Technology

55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland, New Zealand/ 6499.219.999/ www.aut.ac.nz

At the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies (DCT) we recognise that design as a discipline is central to advancing transdisciplinary learning and research. DCT houses four discipline areas: Art and Design, Communication, Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, and Creative Technologies.

 
 

Ilam School of Fine Arts-University of Canterbury

Ilam Road, Christchurch, New Zealand/ 6433.667.001/ www.canterbury.ac.nz

The School of Fine Arts at the University of Canterbury was founded in 1882 as the Canterbury College School of Art. The school became a full department of the university in the 1950s, and was the first department to move to the suburban Ilam site in 1957, in the Okeover Homestead. Art history was included in 1974, and the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree was introduced in 1982. Located in the Christchurch suburb of Ilam, it is informally called the Ilam School of Fine Arts, although this can lead to the school being confused with the Elam School of Fine Arts in Auckland.

 
 

Elam Art School-University of Auckland

Main Fine Arts Building, Building 431, Level 4, 20 Whitaker Place, Auckland/ 0800.616.263/ www.creative.auckland.ac.nz

Elam School of Fine Arts is one of the most highly-regarded places to study fine arts in New Zealand, and is also well respected internationally. You will take part in a broad range of creative activities in a stimulating interdisciplinary studio environment, and learn from world-class professional artists and academics.

 

 
 
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The Corelli International Academic School of the Arts

50 Anzac Rd, Browns Bay, North Shore City 0630, New Zealand/ 6494.765.043/ www.corelli.school.nz

The Corelli International Academic School of the Arts is an independent co-educational art-focused school in Browns Bay, Auckland, New Zealand founded in 2001. The school is a member of the Independent Schools of New Zealand (ISNZ).

 
 

New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts

1 Queens Wharf, Wellington, New Zealand/ 6444.998.807/ www.nzafa.com

We are a self-funding Incorporated Society dedicated to the visual arts. Since 1882, the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts has occupied a unique position for the arts in New Zealand, and Wellington in particular. Throughout our illustrious history many of this country's finest Artists have been a part of our Journey. We aim to benefit the community of New Zealand through the promotion, creation, understanding and enjoyment of the visual arts. Regular exhibitions featuring new work from established and emerging artists throughout New Zealand are held in the Academy’s architectural award-winning galleries.

 
 

College of Creative Arts, Massey University

Massey University, Block 1 Te Whare Pukākā,, Mount Cook, Wellington 6021, New Zealand/ 6448.015.799/ creative.massey.ac.nz

The College of Creative Arts at Massey University is the leading provider of design, fine arts, music and creative media production in New Zealand. With alumni like Sir Richard Taylor, Kate Sylvester, Gordon Walters and Len Lye, the College of Creative Arts (CoCA) at Massey University offers diverse programmes in fashion, textiles, graphic, industrial, spatial, fine arts, photography, advertising, digital media, music, creative media production, illustration, visual and material culture.