The Flying Arts community gathered on Saturday 22 February to celebrate the metropolitan launch of State of Diversity, the touring exhibition of the 2019 QRAA.
Kulpi State School welcomed ceramic artist Dianne Peach to facilitate a 5 day cross-curriculum art, science and design workshop for students and their families to to create their own unique artworks for an exhibition at their local Rosalie Gallery in Goombungee.
Flying Arts Alliance, the Institute of Modern Art, participants and their families celebrated the launch of the 2019 installment of Art Enquirer.
Six community arts projects rolling out in 2020 across Queensland will receive a total of $147,272.00 being the most recent round of successful recipients of the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund (RAF), administered by Flying Arts Alliance Inc. Community Project Grants provide up to $30,000 for projects involving regional artists or arts organisations that…
Artist Rebecca Lewis received the Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA) Digital Art Award in 2018 for her video piece Streets of Your Town. Part of her prize was a fully-funded one week residency at The Edge, State Library of Queensland. Rebecca blogged about her experience of testing and problem solving new media to expand her artistic practice.
Meet artist Rebecca Lewis, a featured artist in the Spring edition of Seasonal Sittings of Tiny Art.
Seven Flying Arts Facilitators attended a local Brisbane Schools Year 7 Art Day. Students could choose from the following seven half-day workshops to attend.
Flying Arts Alliance is excited to announce that we will be supporting 27 regional artists and artsworkers to attend and present at Arts Ablaze with Arts Ablaze Presenter and Participant Travel Subsidies through the Regional Arts Fund. The Arts Ablaze Presenter and Participant Travel Subsidies provide recipients with up to $750 for MMM 2 –…