residency opportunity: Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design

Summer Professional Development Residency
Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design
DEADLINE: APRIL 30, 2015

The Centre for Craft and Design is accepting applications for our
Summer Professional Development Residency in the Ceramics, Wood, Glass,
Metal and Weaving/Textile Studios.

The residency is open to advanced students and recent graduates. It
is designed to suit pre-professional and self-directed artists who need
time and space to develop a body of work while exploring individual
style and technique. At the end of the Residency, there will be a group
exhibition of the Resident’s work held at the Mary E. Black Gallery for three weeks.

For more information please contact the Studio Coordinator at 492-2524 or studiocoordinator@craft-design.ns.ca

www.craft-design.ns.ca/studios/residency

Job Posting: NOVA SCOTIA CENTRE FOR CRAFT AND DESIGN

NOVA SCOTIA CENTRE FOR CRAFT AND DESIGN
WINTER 2015 Courses and Workshops
(Deadline: October 17th) 
The Centre for Craft invites professional artists to submit teaching proposals for courses or workshops for WINTER 2015 in wood, glass, ceramic, metal, and fiber.
The Winter 2015 term will run from January 19th to March 29th. We
look forward to expanding our craft mandate and therefore also invite
proposals in other mediums or combinations of mixed media.

PLEASE NOTE:
If you are re-submitting a previously taught course then you can
just submit your preferred dates and times and we will do our best to
accommodate you.  New images are always appreciated.  
Your proposal package should include the following information:
1. DESCRIPTION of the proposed course or workshop as you would like it to appear on the course brochure, fun, exciting and to the point! (MAX 75 words).
– Please include preferred dates, times and duration of the course.
– Maximum number of students in the class.
– Materials list or materials cost for students.
2. COURSE OUTLINE including brief descriptions of what is to be covered in each week’s class.
3. Current C.V. as it relates to your art practice.
4. BIO to appear on the Centre for Craft’s web page(MAX 150 words). Also include a link to your website if you have one.
5. DIGITAL IMAGES one
of your most recent works to appear on the Centre for Craft’s web page
and the course brochure. Also include images of process and project
images.
You can send proposals electronically by email tostudiocoordinator@craft-design.ns.ca
Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design
Studio Coordinator
1061 Marginal Road, Suite #140
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4P7
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Meredith Robb Hang,
Studio Coordinator, at 492-2524.  studiocoorinator@craft-design.ns.ca

teaching opportunity: NSCCD Course Applications due immediately!

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Your proposal package should include the following information:

1. DESCRIPTION of the proposed course or workshop as you would like it to appear on the course brochure, fun, exciting and to the point! (MAX 75 words).
– Please include preferred dates, times and duration of the course.
– Maximum number of students in the class.
– Materials list or materials cost for students.

2. COURSE OUTLINE including brief descriptions of what is to be covered in each week’s class.

3. Current C.V. as it relates to your art practice.

4. BIO to appear on the Centre for Craft’s web page(MAX 150 words). Also include a link to your website if you have one.

5. DIGITAL IMAGES one of your most recent works to appear on the Centre for Craft’s web page and the course brochure. Also include images of process and project images.

You can send proposals electronically by email tostudiocoordinator@craft-design.ns.ca

Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design
Studio Coordinator
1061 Marginal Road, Suite #140
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 4P7
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Alexis Doiron,
Studio Coordinator, at 492-2524.  studiocoorinator@craft-design.ns.ca