In February, our professional development calendar has kicked into top year! Check out our coming opportunities.
What happens when you put an experienced artist in a room with four motivated teenagers, a pile of art-making materials, and a couple of cameras? Stop motion movie magic!
Happy New Year to one and all! We’ve been back in the office for a couple of weeks and the program is just back from the printers! See how we’ve kicked off the year here at Flying Arts.
Earlier this year Access Arts approached Flying Arts Alliance to coordinate a project to find a mentor for Bert Smallwood, a talented Aboriginal painter. John Armstrong worked with Bert Smallwood for 6 months on a number of professional development areas as well as providing guidance on his artistic practice
On Wednesday 29th November, Flying Arts Alliance hosted its first Art and fine Wine Affair, as a fundraiser for its 500 Club, a donor circle to assist with special projects.
We have a lot to celebrate! Christmas has definitely arrived at the Flying Arts office. There are even presents under the tree! In the spirit of giving, we are donating a host of supplies to our friends at Art from the Margins, to assist with their art classes. After a very full year, we’re just…
Flying Arts Scott Maxwell recently delivered a workshop in North Queensland. We asked him a few questions about his experience.
Imagine this scenario: a seven day straight drawing workshop, averaging 8.5 hours per day, in 38 degree heat, mostly with the same 20 students ranging in age from 83 years to a 10 month old! Read about it here!