Flying Arts Facilitator Paul Stumkat travelled to Muttaburra State School in the middle of Queensland to assist with the construction of the Centre of Queensland Monument.
This school holidays young emerging artists will have the opportunity to design and paint a large-scale collaborative mural in Toowoomba, the street art capital of Queensland, at the University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba (USQ) as part of Flying Art’s Artiz Street Art program running 25 – 27 September, 2019.
There’s a persistent theme that we get when asking past touring artists about what they got out of entering the Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA). Recognition, encouragement and confidence are the three most used words!
Would you like your work to tour in a state-wide exhibition? Learn about what the feels like from some of our very own QRAA touring artists!
These artists had their artwork tour as part of the exhibition outcome of the Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA). Read about their experiences!
We sat down and had a chat to some of our Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA) alumni to talk about what it was like for their work to be chosen for an award and/or to tour.
Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are now open for galleries in regional and rural Queensland to host State of Diversity in the 2020 – 2021 exhibition touring schedule.
After years of developing an artistic practice, establishing a body of work and receiving industry recognition, it’s not uncommon for some artists to experience a mid-career plateau. The mid-career environment often presents a lack of opportunities and progression for artists as compared to their emerging and established counterparts. So, how can mid-career artists continue to…