The Flying Arts annual exhibition program is designed specifically to provide opportunities for artists, especially regional and remote Queensland artists, to reach out and connect with new audiences and new opportunities.
TOURING EXHIBITIONS AVAILABLE
The touring exhibition of the 2020 Queensland Regional Art Awards
Decadence may invite notions of luxury and self-indulgence. It may evoke ideas of wanton excess or wastefulness, perhaps with a casual or deliberate disregard of consequence. Dependent on circumstance, personal definitions of decadence can shift quite suddenly.
Artists are encouraged to explore the complex notion of decadence within their own communities and households across Queensland – both in times of shortage, and in times of plenty.
Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are now open for Decadence, touring Regional Queensland in 2021 – 2022.
State of Diversity
The touring exhibition of the 2019 Queensland Regional Art Awards.
Queensland is a state full of diverse ecosystems, wildlife, places, people and personalities. This year, artist were encouraged to explore the diverse elements and qualities that make up their own communities and locations within Queensland.
Iterate | Elaborate by Leigh Schoenheimer
Iterate | Elaborate is an exploration of perception and Art History for all ages.
The Iterate | Elaborate exhibition was developed by Leigh Schoenheimer in partnership with Onespace Gallery, Brisbane and will be touring in collaboration with Flying Arts.
Jabu Birriny, meaning ‘land’ and ‘sea’, celebrates the unique environment of Yarrabah and its ongoing importance to culture and people.
Originally developed by the State Library of Queensland in partnership with Yarrabah Arts and Cultural Precinct, Flying Arts is currently touring the exhibition 2019 – 2021 with a dynamic suite of public programs funded by Arts Queensland through the Playing Queensland Fund.
UPCOMING EXHIBITION DATES
Wanderlust, The touring exhibition of the 2018 Queensland Regional Art Awards
The tour schedule is now full! The 2019-2020 tour will be travelling to Somerset, Winton, Goondiwindi, Chinchilla, Toowoomba and Ingham.
The official launch of Wanderlust happened in 2019 outback in Winton!
Seasonal Sittings of Tiny Art
Activating the public foyer spaces of Level 2 at the Judith Wright Centre in 2019, is a series of seasonal exhibitions of small scale 3D works on plinths. Featuring artists from our Flying Arts Membership, the program is set to bring an eclectic mix of works from Regional and Brisbane artists for 12 week exhibitions in Autumn, Winter, Spring and Summer.
For more information about Flying Arts Exhibitions please contact the Exhibitions Lead or call 07 3216 1322.