National Art School

Overview

The National Art School (NAS) is a significant Australian visual arts institution, with origins that can be traced back to 1843. It has a rich tradition of artistic practice and a well-renowned alumni.

Aside from educational programs, NAS has a year-long program of exhibitions, public programs and lectures, managed through the NAS Gallery, Art Forum, the Study Centre for Drawing and six School departments; Ceramics, Photomedia, Painting, Printmaking, Drawing, Sculpture and Art History and Theory.

NAS’s historic venues, including the Cell Block Theatre and The Chapel, are also available for hire for commercial events, theatrical productions and private and public functions.

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