NAS Scholarships and Residencies

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INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCIES

International studio residencies provide a unique opportunity to develop your practice and studies in one of the great European centres of artistic excellence.

2019 residents at the Onslow Storrier Studio at La Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris: 
Angus Fisher (MFA Printmaking 2017, Sessional Printmaking Lecturer)
Rachel Buch (BFA Ceramics 2014)
Caitlin Hespe (MFA Drawing 2018)
Annelies Jahn (MFA Painting 2016, Sessional Drawing Lecturer)

2019 NAS resident at the British School at Rome:
Kirtika Kain (MFA Printmaking 2018)

CONTACT

Marilyn Schneider
Academic Administrator
+61 2 9339 8797
marilyn.schneider@nas.edu.au

The La Cité Internationale des Arts Paris Residency 

The Onslow Storrier National Art School Paris Studio is located at La Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, and has been made possible through the generosity of Annette Onslow and Tim Storrier. The studio is located on the Right Bank in Rue de L’Hôtel de Ville in the 4th arrondissement overlooking the river Seine, near many commercial and public galleries and only a short walk to Notre Dame Cathedral. There are 270 studios that house artists, musicians and writers from around the world. There are four three-month residencies available in 2020.

Who is eligible to apply?

  • Recent National Art School BFA, BFA Hons, GDFA or MFA graduates (having graduated in the previous 5 years);
  • Final year BFA or MFA students with a demonstrated history of high academic achievement;
  • Current National Art School teaching/academic staff (including sessional). Please note that in the event that a successful applicant is a permanent staff member, appropriate leave arrangements will need to be considered. Permanent staff members can only be considered for the residency period October – January.

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM HERE

Applications close 5pm 5 August

The British School at Rome

The British School at Rome is a centre of interdisciplinary research excellence in the Mediterranean supporting the full range of arts, humanities and social sciences. This residency has been made possible through the generosity of our donors, particularly Jennifer Dowling. The British School at Rome is just north of Rome’s historic centre in the Valle Giulia which separates the Parioli district from the Borghese Gardens. The successful applicant will receive studio accommodation (including meals). There is one three-month residency available in 2020, from 1 April to 26 June.

Who is eligible to apply?

  •  Final year MFA students with a demonstrated history of high academic achievement
  •  Recent National Art School MFA graduates (having graduated in the previous 5 years)
  •  Academic staff of the National Art School (including sessional staff)

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM HERE

Applications close 5pm 5 August

ABORIGINAL ART CENTRE INTERNSHIPS

The National Art School (NAS) is now accepting applications for the 2019 Aboriginal Art Centre Internship program. Now in its ninth year, this internship program is made possible through the generous support of Sharon Toffler and Mark Tedeschi AM QC.

These internships provide graduating students with an opportunity to acquire practical arts management experience and training in an active Aboriginal community art centre environment. Working closely with the Art Centre Manager, interns will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working with artists and day-to-day arts centre operations. Interns will also have some opportunity to pursue their own artwork. Successful applicants are expected to take up the internship in 2019.

In 2019 Internships will be offered with Ernabella Arts Incorporated in far north-west South Australia and Tapatjatjaka Arts located at Titjikala, Northern Territory. Recipients will be provided with transport to and from the art centre, accommodation and stipend for the ten-week period of the internship.

Applications are open to students completing the Bachelor of Fine Art or Master of Fine Art programs in 2018.

Application and Information forms are available here:

Applications have now closed.

MFA SCHOLARSHIPS

The National Art School is proud to have three generous scholarships of $20,000 each to support students studying in the Master of Fine Art Program. Funded by the Clitheroe Foundation, the Bird Holcomb Foundation and the Jenour Foundation, the three scholarships are awarded annually and are open to current Bachelor of Fine Art Students who are applying to continue study at the School in the Master of Fine Art program. The scholarships can be used for fees and course costs or as a stipend to support living expenses for the two-year duration of the course.

Applications for the scholarships are made as part of the application to the Master of Fine Art program, and more information can be found below.

Applications for the 2019 scholarship have closed, 2020 applications open late 2019.  

Click below to download information about each scholarship:

MARK HENRY CAIN MEMORIAL TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIP

The Mark Henry Cain Memorial Travel Scholarship supports a student to travel and study for a period of 6-8 weeks in the UK.

The scholarship is open to NAS students progressing from the Bachelor of Fine Art program to the Master of Fine Art program.

Applications for the 2019 scholarship have closed, 2020 applications open late 2019.

Mark Henry Cain Scholarship Application Form

Mark Henry Cain Information Pack

LIFT OFF AWARD

Funded by generous donors, the Lift Off Award of $20,000 can be used to undertake an artist residency, international travel, to establish a studio, purchase specialised equipment, mount an exhibition, a publication or any project that requires a lift off to support their burgeoning art practice.

This Award is open to students completing the Master of Fine Art.

Applications for the 2019 scholarship have closed, 2020 applications open late 2019.  

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