Lecturing for NADFAS

The NADFAS Directory lists over 320 accredited lecturers. Our 375+ Societies use the Directory to arrange their monthly lecture for members. We welcome applications from lecturers who speak on a range of arts subjects, and who conform to the following criteria:

To lecture for NADFAS, lecturers must:

  • have approximately three years' experience of lecturing to adults
  • be confident with audiences of 100 or more
  • use high quality digital images
  • lecture on a range of arts subjects - as defined: "The study of the history, social history, techniques and materials, design and manufacture and collections of: architecture, archaeology, painting, prints, sculpture, textiles, furniture, furnishings, costume, glass and ceramics, enamel, metalwork, garden design and installation art; as well as the lives and influences of the artists, architects, craftsmen and patrons involved. Music, dance, theatre and literature can also play an important part in illustrating art."

To apply

1. Attend a NADFAS Society meeting to see how our lectures are run.

2. Complete the online form Application to become a NADFAS Accredited Lecturer. This will include supplying references from two people who can comment on your lecturing skills.

If your application is of interest to NADFAS one of the Education & Directory Department will contact you to discuss the next stages of the application process.

Successful applicants will be listed as freelance lecturers in the Directory and approached by individual Societies. 

 

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