A private educational institution, The Hani Gajah School of Art is The Park’s premier centre of artistic education. Graduates of the School have shown their work at the Park Museum of Contemporary Art (PMoCA) and the Ewe and Moo Gallery, as well as at venues outside The Park.
The Hani Gaja School welcomes students of all species who are interested in pursuing education in the world-renowned Gajah artistic techniques, including Fission-Fusion, Tuskan, and Truncation.
The School offers two educational streams: a two-year programme that offers the option of continuing on to a four-year degree with all studies conducted within The Park and a four-year programme that requires one year of residency outside The Park.
The Hani Gajah School of Art offers a number of entrance scholarships to qualified students. As well, assistance is available to promising students who face financial challenges during the course of their education. The School also offers two roaming scholarships annually, to encourage graduating students to broaden their exposure to artistic techniques in use outside The Park.