General Information
WaiverNSCAD University accepts no responsibility in the event any class, course of instruction, seminar, or workshop is either cancelled or not completed as a result of strikes, lockouts, fire or acts of God, or any other cause beyond the control of the University. NSCAD reserves the right to change or amend its programs, instructors, fee structure, and regulations at any time from those published in this catalogue. Listed in this catalogue are those on record as of .

Course MaterialsMost Extended Studies courses require that students purchase supplies. A list of required and recommended items for your first class is outlined in course descriptions; instructors will outline additional supplies during the first class.

Facilities Access and UseAccess to NSCAD facilities and academic support areas is based on specific course requirements. Please contact Extended Studies to find out what facilities are available for a given class before you register. Students are expected to attend all sessions and participate in class in order to maintain their access privileges. Students have access to the facilities and academic support areas used by their class starting with the first class session and ending on the last day of class.

NSCAD University LibraryWith a collection of over 50,000 books and periodicals in the visual and media arts, craft, fashion, and design, the NSCAD University Library is the only Library in Atlantic Canada specializing in the fine arts and design fields. The Library also incorporates a number of special collections for exhibition catalogues, artists’ books, printed matter, and rare books in specialized subject fields. A major feature of the Library is the Visual Resources Collection which has over 140,000 slides, as well as 16mm films, DVDs, videos, CDs and audio tapes. Digital images are currently available through a number of licensed image databases. Students registered in Extended Studies courses who wish to borrow material from the library may obtain an off-campus borrower's cards free of charge through the Libraries Nova Scotia initiative. Alternatively, patrons who present a public library card and one piece of photo ID from any public library system within Nova Scotia will gain borrowing access to the library's collections. Please note that during semesters certain material, including reserves and media collections, is for NSCAD University degree-students, faculty, and staff use only. For information regarding library services and hours, please call 902 494.8196 or check the library website.

Anna Leonowens Gallery
Named after NSCAD’s Victorian founder—feisty heroine of film and theatre productions of The King and I—the Anna Leonowens Gallery is the public exhibition space and resource centre on campus. Three public galleries are devoted to the exhibition of contemporary studio and media art, craft and design, and curatorial projects generated exclusively within the university community. Weekly exhibitions primarily feature student work, with occasional shows by faculty members, visiting artists and curators, and two-week graduate thesis projects. The gallery, located at 1891 Granville Street, mounts 125 exhibitions per year on average, consistently attracting more than 20,000 visitors annually.
Click here for more information on the Anna Leonowens Gallery.

Port Loggia Gallery In conjunction with the Anna Leonowens Gallery programming, we are pleased to announce the activation of Port Loggia Gallery, a dynamic new exhibition space located at NSCAD University’s Port Campus. The Port Loggia aims to maintain an engaging program of student, staff and alumni led projects that can be viewed by visitors passing through the Halifax SeaPort.  Vaulted ceilings, diffuse natural light, and a high-profile location make The Port Loggia Gallery an ideal presentation space for works in a variety of media. Click here for more information on the Port Loggia Gallery.

Gift CertificatesGift certificates for Extended Studies courses are available for purchase for full course fees or in denominations of your choice. Contact the office for details. Makes a wonderful gift!

Photos of Students and their Artwork – A picture is worth a thousand words!
One of the best ways for us to show you what's going on in our classes is through pictures.  A picture of you and/or your artwork could be posted on our website or in our communications materials. If you prefer not to have your picture taken, please let our photographer know and we will be happy to comply.