Cyclone Trevor didn’t stop Touring Team facilitator Theo Tremblay travelling to Weipa to deliver a Portraiture workshop for the community thanks to Weipa Town Authority. We asked him a few questions about his recent trip. Tell us about the location you went to: Weipa is a mining village of about 4,000 people. Many are mobile…
Emerging and established artists from regional, remote and rural Queensland are invited to enter the ninth annual Queensland Regional Art Awards, with $25,000 worth of prizes and a chance to have their artwork join a touring exhibition on offer.
On the evening of Wednesday March 6, Flying Arts Alliance, members of the Flying Arts community gathered to celebrate the Brisbane opening of Wanderlust, the touring exhibition of the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2018.
Flying Arts is currently on the look-out for an experienced Finance Officer. Applications are due 5pm (AEST) Monday 15 April, 2019.
Arts practitioners, workers and communities in regional Queensland will have the opportunity to refine their knowledge about the Regional Arts Fund through a series of free community workshops facilitated by Flying Arts Alliance, thanks to strategic project funding from Regional Arts Australia on behalf of the Australian Government.
Flying Arts Touring Team facilitator Emily Devers made the journey to Gab Titui Cultural Centre on Thursday Island to conduct a two-day intensive course on marketing strategies and developing an online presence.
Flying Arts is currently on the look-out for a star Public Relations and Marketing Assistant.Applications are due 5pm (AEST) Thursday March 7. About the Contract Duration: Equivalent of 1 – 2 days per week for 12 weeks, with potential to extend. The Position: You will contribute to the achievement of organisational goals through providing effective…
Ronda Luland hand-throws and paints appealing coastal-inspired ceramic vessels.