Adelaide Central School of Art

Adelaide Central School of Art is South Australia's leading independent, not-for-profit, tertiary provider of visual arts education. It employs eminent contemporary artists, writers and curators to deliver a studio-based teaching program that cultivates sophisticated practical skills, underpinned by intensive conceptual investigation.

The School is renowned nationally for standards of excellence in higher education, providing a learning environment committed to small class sizes and one-on-one interaction with lecturers. The School is celebrated for its welcoming community spirit and collegiate atmosphere of shared initiative, discovery and support. This unique education experience is unparalleled in South Australia and offers: an award winning campus with on-site student studios; deferral of tuition fees through FEE-HELP; nationally recognised artist-lecturers; scholarships, awards and a Graduate Support Program; intensive studio-based teaching in small classes; extended 34 week academic year; full-time and part-time study options; day and evening classes.
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Glenside Cultural Precinct 7 Mulberry Road GLENSIDE SA 5065

2018 Adelaide Central School of Art Scholarships

The scholarships listed below have been sourced from Adelaide Central School of Art for 2018.
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Description The scholarship provides support to an outstanding student to undertake the Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) at Adelaide Central School of Art. Supported by the Arkaba Hotel Commission, the scholarship will be awarded to a successful applicant as a contribution to study-related expenses. The BVA (Hons) is a one year full-time program open to high-achieving students that have completed an undergraduate degree in visual art. The program provides students with an opportunity to extend their artistic practice and develop their research skills and understanding of contemporary art. Under the guidance of a supervisor, students will engage in practice-led research, utilising a range of methodologies to develop an original body of artwork and corresponding exegesis. The BVA (Hons) program equips students to pursue careers as practicing artists and provides a pathway to post-graduate research programs. The BVA (Hons) may only be studied on a full-time basis.
Eligibility Applicants must: have successfully completed an undergraduate degree in visual art (or an equivalent qualification) with a credit average or higher; be Australian citizens or permanent residents; and be successful in obtaining a place in the BVA (Honours). Applicants can apply for the BVA (Honours) and the scholarship at the same time.
Annual amount $7,500
Application closing date Mid January
Support types Scholarship,
Level of study Undergraduate,
Gender Co-Ed
Frequency of offer Annual
Length of support 1 years
Field of study
  • Creative Arts
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