Check out the winners of the Queensland Regional Art Awards from 2010 to 2016. Could your work be the next to win? Entries close July 17!
This year Flying Arts is excited to support Queensland Art Teachers Association’s conference, Ignite. Celebrate our shared passion for Visual Art education and its power to strengthen educational experiences for Queensland students!
Official Opening Festivities Gina & Tim Fairfax, Jennifer Howard MP, Kerryanne Farrer, Simon Wright – image courtesy of Louis Lim Guests enjoy the exhibition by Buck Richardson’s work – image courtesy of Louis Lim Beata Batorowicz – Floor Talk – image courtesy of Louis Lim Audience in gallery for floor talk – image courtesy of…
#tag and release recently opened at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery, Bundaberg. See some of the images and the opening speech by Julie Hylands.
On this day in 1971, Merv Moriarty made his very first Flying Arts flight. He flew solo out of Archerfield airport in Brisbane on a 6000km round journey to meet with regional representatives across the state to assist him in establishing Flying Arts, then known as the EastAus Art School. Merv remained the principle tutor from…
ArtizDIGITAL @TheEdgeQLD 2016 was an exciting visual arts development program for Queensland high school students. In this arts-intensive program delivered at The Edge, State Library of Queensland, students explored new areas of critical artistic practice, learned new skills and experimented with new approaches to art making.
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.
In January and February 2016, Queensland’s Flying Arts Alliance is undertaking a cultural exchange and artist residency in Sam Rit Region in North Eastern Thailand, supported by Australia through the former Australia-Thailand Institute, now merged into the Australia-ASEAN Council, and part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.