5 (Monday) 9:00 am - 9 (Friday) 12:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time
Digitally tour galleries and artist studios, meet contemporary artists, and work with established industry mentors to hone your art writing and critique skills. Participants will produce an
Digitally tour galleries and artist studios, meet contemporary artists, and work with established industry mentors to hone your art writing and critique skills. Participants will produce an essay edited by professional writers that could be selected to be published in Art Enquirer magazine by the Institute of Modern Art (IMA). Learn and practice key critical writing skills examined in Queensland Senior Visual Art Syllabus Unit: Art as Code. Art Enquirer will help develop your ability to write sophisticated senior school art essays and begin the development of your professional arts and writing career.
This program is limited to students completing Year 11 and 12 in 2021.
Registrations close: Monday 28 June, 5pm
Date: Monday 5 July – Friday 9 July
Venue: Your computer
Cost: $195 (Student Online)
Please note: Art Enquirer will not be offered as a residential program in 2021. Participants will be guided through sessions online. You will need a good internet connection to enrol in this intensive workshop.
View the digital version of Art Enquirer 2020 below.
About Institute of Modern Art
Since 1975 the Institute of Modern Art has been the hub of the Brisbane’s contemporary art scene, presenting an annual program of exhibitions, public programs, publications, and offsite programs by Queensland, Australian, and international artists.
As one of Australia’s leading independent contemporary art spaces their vision is to become a truly inclusive, sustainable, and future focused organisation. Through artistic programs, which include exhibitions, publications, offsite projects, and public programs, they invest in the local, shape the national, and impact the international.
Art Enquirer is co-produced by Flying Arts Alliance and the Institute of Modern Art.
The IMA is supported by the Queensland Government, and from the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council for the Arts, and through the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian Federal, State and Territory Governments.