After years of developing an artistic practice, establishing a body of work and receiving industry recognition, it’s not uncommon for some artists to experience a mid-career plateau. The mid-career environment often presents a lack of opportunities and progression for artists as compared to their emerging and established counterparts. So, how can mid-career artists continue to…
Sandra Pearce and Catherine Schoch, sat down to chat to us about overcoming their own mid-career hurdles with the help of our Where to Next…? intensive.
Queensland artists living outside the Brisbane City Council area have until July 2 to receive discounted entry into the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2019, which offers a $25,000 prize pool and the opportunity to participate in a prestigious touring exhibition. The Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA) is the largest visual arts prize to promote and…
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund will provide over $160,000 funding for 6 regional arts projects in Queensland, with funding managed by Flying Arts Alliance.
With 49 submitted Community Project Grant applications, this round has shown the highest demand on record for the Regional Arts Fund in Queensland in recent years.
Preview Carol Khan’s miniature landscapes on display in the foyer of the Judith Wright Centre.
Mid-career artists from across Queensland are invited to take part in Where to Next…?, a unique weekend intensive to explore and map out the next stages of their career.
Brisbane based Artist Carol Khan holds qualifications in Art Therapy and Counselling, while also maintaining a studio practice and teaching. Read about her practice here.
Kelly Southee’s vibrant miniature paintings are on display as part of Flying Arts’ Winter Seasonal Sitting of Tiny Art at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.