Flying Arts has a number of touring exhibitions which can been booked by your gallery. Please see the exhibitions available for booking below. If you have any questions regarding these touring exhibitions, please contact our Exhibitions Program Lead
Jabu Birriny (Land + Sea)
Jabu Birriny, meaning ‘land’ and ‘sea’, celebrates the unique environment of Yarrabah and its ongoing importance to culture and people. Located on the shore of Cape Grafton in Far North Queensland, Yarrabah is the traditional Country of the Gunggandji people. It is a dynamic Aboriginal community surrounded by tropical native bushland and mountain ranges united by sandy coastlines and coral reefs.
The Jabu Birriny exhibition was developed by State Library of Queensland in partnership with Yarrabah Arts and Cultural Precinct. Jabu Birriny was on display at the SLQ from October 2017 to March 2018.
Flying Arts is currently developing the exhibition to tour 2019 – 2021 with a full suite of public programs (pending funding)
- We are taking tour bookings now – click here to request your booking dates
- Contact our Exhibitions Program Lead for more information
- Jabu Birriny at State Library of Queensland
TOURS IN DEVELOPMENT
Colour and Response Tour and Exhibition Project – Touring in 2019-2020
The touring element of this project will comprise of recent works by artist, art educator and founder of Flying Arts Alliance, Mervyn Moriarty.
The Colour exhibition will travel to five Queensland Regional Galleries: Bundaberg Regional Gallery, Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum, Roma on Bungil Gallery, Texas Regional Art Gallery, and Gallery 107 @Dalby in 2019 and 2020.
At each gallery on the tour schedule, there will be a locally curated exhibition responding to Moriarty’s touring works and the impact of his art teaching. The regional Response exhibitions will showcase works from artists in their community as well as pieces from local private and public collections that demonstrate the impact of Moriarty’s legacy. read more