The Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA) has seen some extraordinary art and artists emerge from its award winners and touring artists. One of the Alumni of this prestigious and unique award and exhibition is Cindy Wider. We asked her a few questions about her experience of the award and what she is up to now.
Flying Artist Simon Degroot recently delivered a workshop at a school in Mountain Creek. We asked him a few questions about his experience!
Flying Artist Casselle Mountford recently delivered a college arts immersion experience at a school in Far North Queensland. Read about her experience here!
This is the fourth year I have travelled to Mt Isa with Flying Arts to teach this particular workshop to grade 11 & 12 students. Each year it seems to improve as both the organizer, Sonja Vasjello and myself grow more comfortable in the structure of the workshop, and make improvements to how we can run it.
Simone Eisler recently travelled to Western Queensland to deliver a series of workshops leading up to the Shockwave Festival. Read about her experiences here.
A very successful day with seven participants in all learning how to handle water color and gouache. A stimulating environment to work in the gallery among ‘Jandamara’s’ huge portraits.
Mary Elizabeth Barron recently visited a school in Ipswich to teach students from year 7 to 12 how to make bags… out of bags! Read more about the lesson here.
Therese Flynne-Clarke journeyed to Bracken Ridge to teach random weave sculpture! The students persevered through difficult techniques to hone their skills and produce some wonderful results!