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Flying Arts facilitator Claudia Husband travelled to the charming South Burnett region to explore eco-printing and dyeing with primary school students as part of the Small Schools Fund Program.
It was a dark and stormy night… the perfect setting for a gathering of artists and arts workers to eat, drink and be merry! Friday the 23rd of February saw the launch of Flying Arts’ 2018 program, preview Iconic Queensland exhibition, and a chance for the year’s touring team to meet and greet in the…
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The Small School Mentorship Program (SSMP) is in its second year. Thus far, 2016 has seen four small school/artist collaborations.
For communities across the state, we provide a world of choice where art literally takes flight. Our top-notch team of Flying Artists + Facilitators is dedicated to providing excellent art experiences for your creative community, group, school or classroom. Flying Arts is a full service organisation. Our fees are fully inclusive of artist/facilitator fees, travel,
Flying Arts Alliance Small Schools Mentorship Program saw another 5 schools create some wonderful Teacher/Artist Collaborations with visits to implement these in-school collaborations between August and November. Once again, Visual and Media Arts was used to apply direct links to what was being studied in the classroom; in this case Science and History subjects building rich curriculum experience for students and giving teachers a model of utilising artist as a resource.