Ever wondered about the versatile and mysterious medium of wax encaustics? Simone Eisler led a group of secondary students through several approaches.
Emerging Cooktown artist Jane Dennis recently attended a five day residency at McGregor Summer Retreat as part of her prize in the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2017. Read about her experiences!
Photographic and soundscape artist Judith Parrott forged some exciting new links through the volunteer-run Lapunyah Gallery in Chinchilla.
10 high school students worked through the process of redesigning a logo, and picked up some exciting photoshop tips along the way.
High school students engaging positively with sculptural weaving in an innovative and exciting way – another succesful Flying Arts By Request workshop!
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!
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!