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. We also include music, dance, theatre, literature and film."

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.