Queensland Regional Art Awards – Early Bird Entries Close This Month!
Are you preparing an entry for the Queensland Regional Art Awards this year? Early bird entries close June 29.
There are a total of 7 award categories, with a prize pool of $25,000 on offer to winning artists this year.
In addition, entrants have the opportunity for their works to be accepted into the Wanderlust touring exhibition, which will visit select regional galleries in 2019.
Not sure how to get started? We’ve popped together a full resource section on the website dedicated to helping you enter the Queensland Regional Art Awards. Here are a few highlights:
- How to address the theme of an exhibition/competition
- How to write an artist statement
- How to photograph your artwork
- How to price your artwork
- How to prepare your work for exhibition (packaging, freighting and display hardware)
Is your artwork all ready to go?
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Each year, Flying Arts Alliance presents hundreds of programs to tens of thousands of participants and attendees all around the state.
Our work is achived through the support of people like you – our Flying Arts family.
If you enjoy our eNews, access our online resources, attend our free webinars, or simply believe in the work that we do to provide affordable and accessible art to all Queenslanders, please consider donating to our End of Financial Year ‘Art for Life‘ Campaign.
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- Maintain online listings of job and opportunities, awards and prizes, grants and funding, and residencies (Amy, our new team member helps with that!)
- Offer subsidised residential places to students attending our Artiz Young Artist Development Programs
- Deliver free professional development webinars for artists and arts educators
- Provide heavily subsidised arts experiences to some of the smallest schools in Queensland
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Your donation will make a difference.
WELCOME TO THE TEAM!
Amy Cook: Administration
Born and raised in the small border town of Goondiwindi, Amy is new to the arts industry and is enthusiastic about promoting the arts in regional areas.
She has over seven years’ experience in administration, working mostly in tertiary education. Over the past three years, she has also worked as a personal assistant to a Brisbane-based artist, providing logistical and sales support on a regular basis.
Amy lives with her two small children and cat, Tormund. She enjoys knitting, embroidery, and drawing.
IN THE REGIONS
Going with the Flow – Batik on Thursday Island
Flying Arts facilitator Scott Maxwell was excited to bring the traditional Javanese technique of batik to First NationS artists on the remote and stunning Thursday Island in the Torres Strait.
The workshop was attended by local artists from Waiben (Thursday Island), plus the surrounding islands of Keriri (Hammond) and Badu (Mulgrave) and Erub (Darnley) as well as Bamaga on the mainland.
Tina Baum, the curator from the National Gallery of Australia, also called in to see what the artists were doing. She later remarked to Scott that the participants’ body of work was some of the very best fabric designs she had seen!
The work of four artists – all Flying Arts members – is currently on show in our Flying Arts’ Featured Artists at the Judy: Winter Exhibition. The exhibition, which will be on display until May 25, features small-scale artworks displayed on plinths in the foyer of the Judith Wright Centre.
We had a chat to the artists about their work! Learn more about:
Queensland Regional Art Awards
For Artists & Artsworkers
For Young Artists
For Teachers & Educators
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Accredited Membership confers all benefits of standard membership in addition to providing coverage under the Flying Arts General Liability and Personal Accident Insurance Package.
As a Standard Financial Member you receive a number of benefits including:
- 2 x $25 rebate vouchers for standard workshop fees per year
- Savings/discounts from participating Retail Associates
- Special rates on workshop fees for workshops, consultations and events
- Special rates on entry fees/registrations for events and projects
- Voting rights at Annual General Meeting
- Receipt of regular e-news bulletins & updates
- Ability to post to the your events, exhibitions and workshops to the members news feed on the Flying Arts website
- Other benefits as may arise
We value our members highly as part of the Flying Arts artist network. To stay connected, take advantage of the member benefits, and be a part of the visual arts scene we invite you to become part of our member network.