NSCAD University

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5163 Duke Street, Halifax B3J,
Nova Scotia Canada
NSCAD University, also known as the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, is a post-secondary art school in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. It was founded in 1887 by Anna Leonowens and later became the first degree-granting art school in Canada. Under the presidency of Garry Kennedy, who led the school for 23 years from 1967, NSCAD rose to international prominence as a cutting-edge centre for artistic innovation and political art. Currently the university is forging relationships with galleries, museums and other cultural institutions in Canada and around the world. NSCAD has a long and distinguished history of offering the public the opportunity to study in a visual arts environment. The School of Extended Studies continues this tradition by offering the public a wide variety of non-credit studio and audit lecture courses in fine arts, media arts, craft and design. The School also manages the 30-credit Visual Arts Certificate for Teachers program, the 30-credit Visual Arts Certificate in Studio and the pre-university summer study credit program. Credit programs have admission requirements. Noncredit programs have no admission requirements although prerequisites must be met for some courses.

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