Nossi College of Art recognizes the Labor Day Holiday. Campus will be closed all day.
Have you enrolled for the Fall semester? If so, Orientation for the fall is today at Nossi College of Art, starting at 2 PM. We ask all students arrive by 1:30. Missed this semester – don’t worry, we have other options Spring 2018. View our enrollment dates here.
The Summer Semester ends today. We hope finals went well – enjoy your break and see you in a couple weeks! There is still time to register for the Fall 2017 semester. Schedule your tour of campus today and get started on your creative career.
You can now join in on the party because the official Madison, Tenn., eclipse party will take place at Nossi College of Art on Monday, August 21 starting at 11:30 AM. With community support from Waddell and Reed, the Madtown Eclipse Viewing Party will be giving FREE lunches and solar eclipse glasses to the first 500 attendees to arrive. Please RSVP and invite friends here! To make the event even more special, Madtown 360 is coordinating with Nossi College to provide a unique experience for families to find a safe community close to home during this extraordinary event. “We are thrilled with the opportunity to partner with Nossi College of Art,” said David McMurry of NorthshoreMMG and Madtown 360. “As a local digital marketing company, we have long had a deep respect for the creative language and team at Nossi. As the local Madison small business merchants association, we look forward to joining with the community for this once in a lifetime event.” In addition to providing lunch and glasses (thanks, Chad and Waddell and Reed!), locals will get to enjoy access to Nossi’s expansive photo studio for a photo-booth style commemorative picture with friends and family. An adjunct photography instructor will be capturing the entire eclipse in video and stills with special filters made to photograph the intense light of the sun. This eclipse image will be super imposed on the commemorative photos. Waddell and Reed’s Chad Richards will be presenting a short demonstration about the eclipse including interesting facts…