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!
Our Curator by Request program allows regional galleries, schools, and community groups access to skilled curatorial assistance.
Flying Arts Touring Team member Cherie Lynch recently delivered a Graphic Marker Illustration workshop at a school in Far North Queensland. We asked them a few questions about their experiences there! What workshop did you facilitate? I taught the basics of using graphic markers – colouring, blending, shading and how to mix media with them. I…
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!