(Friday) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
Flying Arts Alliance Office
420 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, 4006, Queensland
Take the opportunity to discuss your arts practice one-on-one in a one-hour consultation with a respected industry professional. Artist Consultations are self-directed to provide maximum benefit to you as an artist
Take the opportunity to discuss your arts practice one-on-one in a one-hour consultation with a respected industry professional.
Artist Consultations are self-directed to provide maximum benefit to you as an artist or artsworker. Suggestions for discussion include:
– Mapping out your career direction
– Gaining feedback on your portfolio
– Asking for advice on specific industry practices
– The sky is the limit!
Session bookings are available in one hour time slots between 9am and 5pm. Sessions can be attended in person at the Flying Arts office in Fortitude Valley, or accessed remotely via Skype.
$65 ($60 for Flying Arts Members)
Participants to Bring:
– Any resources, artwork, portfolios or other items that will assist you with your consultation
Flying Arts will provide a computer and internet access for sessions attended in person for access to online resources if required.
Before opening his own gallery space in late 2004, Bruce Heiser worked with respected Brisbane based art dealer Philip Bacon AM for eight years, between 1996 and 2004. From November 2004 through to December 2017 Heiser Galleries represented and exhibited a diverse and engaging group of leading Australian artists who produced work in a variety of media, including photography, painting and print making, ceramics, and sculpture.
Closing the gallery space in December 2017, the business was rebranded as Bruce Heiser Projects. Amongst his many leadership roles, Bruce has served as the Queensland State Chair of the Australian Commercial Galleries Association between November 2007 and November 2012, sitting on the national board during this period.
He has acted as a mentor to disadvantaged artists through the Wesley Mission’s initiative Art from the Margins, and between 2010 and 2018 Bruce was a member of the Queensland Regional Committee for The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. Bruce has also been a registered valuer under the Commonwealth Government’s Cultural Gifts Program since March 2005. He completed a Bachelor of Arts (Double Major, Classics and Ancient History) from University of Queensland in 1988.