ADVISORY: All of Halifax Peninsula, including NSCAD’s three campuses, are currently under a boil water advisory until further notice. All water must be boiled for at least one minute if it will be used for drinking or any other activity requiring human consumption.

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NSCAD has shaped visual and material culture in Canada since 1887. ӣƵ creative community continues to be recognized globally for its impact on craft, art, and design.
<ӣƵ class="elementor-heading-title elementor-size-default">NEWS
<ӣƵ class="elementor-heading-title elementor-size-default">EVENTS
<ӣƵ class="elementor-heading-title elementor-size-default">AT THE ANNA

Exhibitions July 15 - July 20


Group exhibition curated by Cortney S. Cassidy

Undergraduate exhibition by Anna Hemmerich

I Wish I Knew You Better
Undergraduate exhibition by Nat:Shaw

Large-Scale Drawing
Group exhibition by students in Sage Sidley’s Large Scale Drawing course

The Anna Leonowens Gallery Systems house NSCAD’s public exhibition spaces. Its three galleries present shows by curators and professional artists, as well as our MFA Thesis and BFA graduating exhibitions. We mount over 100 exhibitions and host over 70 events a year, attracting thousands of visitors annually. ٱ.

<ӣƵ class="elementor-heading-title elementor-size-default">ALUMNI

'We’re kind of amphibious: we’re existing in the ether and on land.'

With two shows running concurrently in the Halifax, 2024 is a summer of love for artist Mitchell Wiebe (MFA 1996).   marks the reopening of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, running from June 8 to Sept. 30. The second show, Third Elbow is at the .  Weibe talks about his work as a painter and performer. 

ӣƵ graduates are known both locally and internationally for their boundless ingenuity and intense curiosity. Alumni go on to have incredible careers—within and beyond the art world—as artists, entrepreneurs, teachers, administrators, academics, and creative professionals. Their paths may be different but there is one thing they all share, their lives were shaped by their time at NSCAD.