As the winner of the Gray Puksand Digital Art Award in the 2015 Queensland Regional Art Awards, Linda Clark received a fully funded two week residency at The Edge, State Library of Queensland. Here she talks about her experiences at The Edge, where she developed the conceptual basis of a new body of work.
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Casselle Mountford worked with a group of 18 year 11 students over a 2 1/2 hour period, creating small sculptures using cane. Read more about the workshop and its outcomes here.
Flying Arts Artist Nancy Brown returned to a college in North Lakes to teach a workshop on printmaking techniques. Read about her experiences.
As winner of the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2015, Cairns-based artist Rose Rigley was provided with a residency at Jugglers Art Space. Here she responds to some of the questions we had of her on completion of her residency. What was offered by the residency was the opportunity to have a full week dedicated to […]
Flying Arts Artist Sarah Barron recently visited the rural town of Goondiwindi to teach a workshop on Gallery Volunteer Training and Development. With a small but dedicated group, they took a conversational and hands-on approach to the subject matter.
Scott Maxwell was recently in Chinchilla to deliver workshops in foundation and experimental drawing. Read about his experiences here.
Sometimes it can be the artists/teacher that can learn from the students and this was definitely the case with the students at the Ipswich Special School. As a complete stranger, walking through the school for the first lesson, I was amazed by how friendly every student was: polite and welcoming with offers to help carry my gear to the room…
Lyne Marshall was the recipient of a two week residency in Blackall, courtesy of Flying Arts Alliance Inc and the Blackall Cultural Association. Along the way, she and her husband Peter documented her travels and experiences. Read more about Lyne’s experience here. Blackall Cultural Association Residency Blackall7 – 21 October 2015Lyne Marshall