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Adelaide Central School of Art

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About Adelaide Central School of Art

Adelaide Central School of Art is an independent, not-for-profit, accredited Higher Education Provider that offers intensive training for students looking to develop careers as practising artists. The School offers undergraduate degrees, specialist short courses, workshops and masterclasses. In our studio based teaching program we emphasise structured sequential learning developing practical skills in parallel with rigorous intellectual inquiry.

As a single-focus art school, all classes are led by lecturers who are leading practitioners in their field. The School is recognised nationally for its excellence in educational practice and student success.

Students benefit from the range of experience and expertise offered by its staff of respected contemporary artists, writers and curators. Small class sizes and one-on-one interaction with lecturers create an environment that is both challenging and supportive.

The School offers both day and evening classes, with the flexibility of enrolling in either single or multiple subjects catering to both full-time and part-time students.

The extended 34 week academic year is deemed essential by the School as it enables increased studio time and enhanced learning opportunities.

Adelaide Central School of Art is more than a school of excellence: it is an intense community of committed students and teachers. Formal learning is supplemented by a cooperative atmosphere of informal exchange of ideas and peer learning between students of all year levels.

Adelaide Central School of Art moved to the Glenside Cultural Precinct in 2013 with the official opening of the School by The Hon. Jay Weatherill MP, Premier of South Australia on 18 May 2013.

The new School campus is right next door to Adelaide Film Studios, home of the South Australian Film Corporation and related creative enterprises, in a vibrant arts and learning community. Already, some of our graduates have seized cross-media opportunities and are employed on associated film projects.

As well as providing new opportunities for our degree programs and students, improved facilities enable us to implement our secondary schools' outreach program, and extend community access through our public programs such as short courses, masterclasses and workshops. Adelaide Central Gallery also has a new home with us, as does Central Artist Supplies … all set on beautiful grounds, conducive to en plein air painting and outdoor sculpture installation, with improved studio, teaching and reference facilities purpose-designed to suit our needs, now and into the future.

Campus information

The School has on-site studios which are available when not designated for use by currently enrolled students. These studios are reasonably priced and come with access to the School's WIFI network, Media Room, Library and Kitchen.

Administration Building (formerly the Staff Dining Room, prior to that it was the male No. 1, 2 and 5 dining rooms)
This bluestone building accommodates the School’s main reception and administration offices, Central Artist Supplies and Adelaide Central Gallery on the ground floor. The mezzanine is currently tenanted by the Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC) and DocWeek.

Teaching and Studio Building (formerly the male M, N & O Wards, but better known as the P&O ward)
This 3 storey red brick building provides spacious teaching studios for Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Contemporary Studio Practice and Art History and Theory classes. BVA and Honours student studios are integrated on each floor with some studios set aside for resident practising artists.  This building also has a dedicated lecture theatre, a media room, upgraded library facilities, extensive areas for the display of student work, a sculpture workshop and student kitchen and lounge areas.

The new School campus is right next door to Adelaide Film Studios, home of the South Australian Film Corporation and related creative enterprises, in a vibrant arts and learning community. Already, some of our graduates have seized cross-media opportunities and are employed on associated film projects.

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