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NAS Open Day 2022

Where
National Art School
National Art School
Forbes Street & Burton Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
When

Saturday 3 September from 10am to 4pm

The National Art School is Australia’s leading fine art school, with an unrivalled studio-based teaching model that has delivered a rich tradition of artistic practice and generations of world-renowned alumni for the past 100 years.

Leading into the 21st Century, NAS provides a progressive and holistic art education and invites the public to join us on Open Day to share our creative community.

Everyone is welcome at Open Day, from those considering art as a career to anyone simply curious about what happens behind the school’s historic sandstone walls.

There will still be plenty of opportunities to see what life is like for students at NAS, with demonstrations in the studios, the chance to drop in on classes and to enjoy shows in our exhibition spaces.

You have the questions; we have the answers.

Curious to know what student life is like at NAS, or unsure about what the next steps are after high school? See us at our course enquiry desk, speak with our faculty in a one-on-one advice session or pop into one of the four information sessions running across the day.

We can't wait to meet you!

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