Exhibition Development & Gallery Workshops and Projects
BY REQUEST PROGRAMS
We work to remove the barriers that prevent access to art experiences and initiatives while enabling schools and communities to develop local creative capital. Engage Flying Arts to deliver visual arts workshops and projects directly to your school or community anywhere in Queensland. We will meet the specific needs of your location, while assisting you in building both individual and community capacity. We are a single point of call for all your workshop or project needs. Our fees are fully inclusive of artist/facilitator fees, travel, accommodation, insurances and allowances. Material fees are charged separately in negotiation with your artist/facilitator. We aim to provide you with the best possible service at the best possible price.
Please note, when selecting your ideal program dates, we do request a minimum turnaround time of six (6) weeks on all By Request bookings.
- Artists and Artsworkers (Individuals)
- Organisations and Collectives (Groups)
- Project, Event and Festical Teams (Groups)
- Mixed-level group
Specify Objectives or Outcomes
Let us know what you want to achieve during the workshop or project, and we will pair you with a Touring Team member who matches your needs.
Specify Technique or Skill Development Areas
Explore some of our most requested subject areas below, or chat to us about tailoring something to match your own unique circumstances.
- Developing and Promoting an Exhibition
- Developing a Public Program to Engage and Attract Audiences
- Principles of Curation and Exhibition Management
- Developing Guided Tours
- Handling works for exhibition
- Gallery Volunteer Training and Development
Or Engage a Curator By Request
Access a multi-skilled curator to develop your next exhibition or community project. Our curators can work directly with emerging or established artists to bring together existing bodies of work. Alternatively, they can provide mentorship and direction to artists wanting to develop new pieces for their own group exhibition.