Unfortunately, due to staffing shortages, we are unable to process By Request bookings during the month of August 2020. We plan to resume accepting bookings from 1 September for activities starting on or after Monday 16 October 2020. Thank you for your patience and understanding at this time.
If you require assistance please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07 3216 1322.
Flying Arts can deliver workshops and projects remotely! Our team is on hand right now to discuss options for keeping your community connected and engaged with professional development online.
Our fees are fully inclusive of artist/facilitator fees, travel, accommodation, insurances and allowances. Material fees are charged separately in negotiation with your artist/facilitator. We aim to provide you with the best possible service at the best possible price.
Please note, when selecting your ideal program dates, we do request a minimum turnaround time of four (4) weeks on all By Request bookings.
What we deliver
Your participants can take part from the comfort of their own homes, via the online platform of your choice. While not all mediums are suitable for online instruction, we welcome the opportunity to discuss how we can adapt our offerings for digital delivery to suit your school or community needs.
Participants can learn a range of hands-on skills directly from experienced artists. We can tailor the activity to all levels, age groups and sectors of the community.
Participants can learn a diverse range of arts business and arts management skills, from marketing to grant-writing and more.
Participants will learn various areas of exhibition development and exhibition management. You can even access an experienced curator to work directly with emerging or established artists.
The Flying Arts fully interactive web TV platform can connect directly with your audience (and guests) via chat, audio, and video. Additional features include Powerpoint, application sharing and video streaming.
Small Schools Fund
The Small Schools Program allows schools with 50 or less students in regional and remote Queensland to apply for funds to deliver curriculum linked projects (inclusive of facilitator fees, travel and accommodation).
Schools will work collaboratively with an experienced artist to plan and deliver a visual arts incursion (workshop/residency) of your selection to create an arts rich experience for students and the wider school community.