Flying Arts recently held the Brisbane launch of the exhibition of the 2015 Queensland Regional Art Awards: Cream of the Crop. View some of the speeches and photos from the event.
Touring Artist Journal: Casselle Mountford
Casselle Mountford worked with a group of 18 year 11 students over a 2 1/2 hour period, creating small sculptures using cane. Read more about the workshop and its outcomes here.
Touring Artist Journal: Nancy Brown
Flying Arts Artist Nancy Brown returned to a college in North Lakes to teach a workshop on printmaking techniques. Read about her experiences.
Residency Journal: Rose Rigley
As winner of the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2015, Cairns-based artist Rose Rigley was provided with a residency at Jugglers Art Space. Here she responds to some of the questions we had of her on completion of her residency. What was offered by the residency was the opportunity to have a full week dedicated to […]
Artist Feature: Tarn McLean
Tarn McLean came from the design world, and has since gone on to found the START gallery and creative space, and co-direct the Raygun Labs ARI. Tarn will be presenting an artist talk at our upcoming Young Artist Development program, ArtizPUBLIC@Toowoomba. We sat down with her to ask her about her art. How did you get into your art form? I […]
Touring Artist Journal: Sarah Barron
Flying Arts Artist Sarah Barron recently visited the rural town of Goondiwindi to teach a workshop on Gallery Volunteer Training and Development. With a small but dedicated group, they took a conversational and hands-on approach to the subject matter.
Artist Feature: Ian McCallum
Ian McCallum is an artist and sign writer, interested in offering creative opportunities outside of metropolitan areas. Heavily influenced by graffiti and street culture during his own youth, McCallum has developed avenues for young people to experience the same. We sat down with him to ask him about his art and his advise to young artist.
Sam Rit Residency Journal – The Weaving Continues
This time around, Flying Arts artist Mary Barron taught some more woven designs, using demonstrations and photos to help overcome the language barrier.