Pat Hoffie is a visual artist based in Brisbane whose exhibiting practice both in Australia and internationally covers some three decades. Pat will be facilitating the Conversation, joined by panellists, John Honeywill, Kevin Grealy and Merv for In Conversation with Merv Moriarty at the Judith Wright Centre on 8 October.
Kevin Grealy (1941- ) was born in Brisbane, QLD. He trained as an art teacher in the early 1960s, learning ceramics under Carl McConnell at the Central Technical College, where he first met Mervyn Moriarty. Kevin is joining the panel with Pat Hoffie, John Honeywill and Merv for In Conversation with Merv Moriarty at the Judith Wright Centre on 8 October.
On this day in 1971, Merv Moriarty made his very first Flying Arts flight. He flew solo out of Archerfield airport in Brisbane on a 6000km round journey to meet with regional representatives across the state to assist him in establishing Flying Arts, then known as the EastAus Art School. Merv remained the principle tutor from […]
Explore the Colours of Queensland as seen through the eyes of regional Queensland artists with our interactive map. See and read about what brings colour, life and vibrancy to local communities all around the state.
Simone Eisler recently travelled to Western Queensland to deliver a series of workshops leading up to the Shockwave Festival. Read about her experiences here.
A very successful day with seven participants in all learning how to handle water color and gouache. A stimulating environment to work in the gallery among ‘Jandamara’s’ huge portraits.
ArtizDIGITAL @TheEdgeQLD 2016 was an exciting visual arts development program for Queensland high school students. In this arts-intensive program delivered at The Edge, State Library of Queensland, students explored new areas of critical artistic practice, learned new skills and experimented with new approaches to art making.
The Small School Mentorship Program (SSMP) is in its second year. Thus far, 2016 has seen four small school/artist collaborations.