Application Deadline: May 15, 2018 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form.
Are you interested in teaching? Are you interested in working with youth? Successful students will receive 15 academic credits for participation in the program, and will be given a studio in the Visual Arts Department at Stellenbosch University All travel and living expenses are covered as part of the assistantship thanks to the generosity of a private donor and friend to NSCAD (students are required to pay tuition and applicable fees for the semester). Students who are interested in art education and working with teens; have a wide array of visual arts practices; have strong interpersonal skills and can work well on collaborative projects; and are mature and responsible are encouraged to apply. ac.
The NSCAD Art in Schools Initiative is a Research Assistantship open to NSCAD Undergraduate students who have completed a minimum of 60 credits. This program provides the opportunity for two students per year to travel to Cape Town, South Africa and work as an “artist in residence/ educator” in a local township high school in support of Prof. David B. Smith’s research study.