Exhibition Development Program 18th – 19th June 2022 with Elysha Rei.
Kerryanne Farrer steps down as Flying Arts Executive Officer.
The Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA) is Flying Arts’ signature annual art awards for established and emerging artists living in regional and remote Queensland.
The Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA) is Flying Arts’ signature annual art awards for established and emerging artists living in regional and remote Queensland. The award aims to showcase artwork whilst providing a platform for artists to further professional development and opportunities. ENTRIES INTO THE 2022 QRAA HAVE NOW CLOSED View Entry Brochure and Terms […]
58 regional Queensland arts companies are sharing a total of 65 Cultural Tourism Accelerator grants between April and October 2022 worth almost $600,000, funded by the Australian Government.
On Thursday 24 March Flying Arts Alliance celebrated all things landscape with the launch of the inaugural Mervyn Moriarty Landscape Exhibition at Consolidated Properties Group, Brisbane.
Queensland Regional Art Award (QRAA) 2021 New Media Award winner Bianca Tainsh visited Meanjin (Brisbane) for a week-long residency at the State Library of Queensland’s innovation centre, The Edge.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀While in the city, Bianca stayed at one of the very stylish Art Series Hotels, The Johnson, which takes its design cues from the work of celebrated […]
In 1971, Mervyn Moriarty made his very first Flying Arts flight. He flew solo out of Archerfield airport in Brisbane on a 6000km round journey to meet with regional representatives across the state to assist him in establishing Flying Arts, then known as the EastAus Art School. Merv remained the principal tutor from 1971 to […]