Cyclone Trevor didn’t stop Touring Team facilitator Theo Tremblay travelling to Weipa to deliver a Portraiture workshop for the community thanks to Weipa Town Authority. We asked him a few questions about his recent trip. Tell us about the location you went to: Weipa is a mining village of about 4,000 people. Many are mobile [...]
On the evening of Wednesday March 6, Flying Arts Alliance, members of the Flying Arts community gathered to celebrate the Brisbane opening of Wanderlust, the touring exhibition of the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2018.
Flying Arts Touring Team facilitator Emily Devers made the journey to Gab Titui Cultural Centre on Thursday Island to conduct a two-day intensive course on marketing strategies and developing an online presence.
Flying Arts facilitator Clare Poppi traveled to Gladstone to teach a two day introductory course in Silversmithing for 15-17 year olds as part of Gladstone Regional Council's annual SUNfest, which provides a program for youth to get involved in the arts. This is the second time I have been to Gladstone with Flying Arts and [...]
Are you a trained educator? Flying Arts are looking for teachers to join our team in 2019 to develop and deliver our Connecting Art with School Curriculum webinar series. We are particularly looking for those with experience in using the National Curriculum and planning cross-curricula lessons to connect art with other learning areas and cross-curriculum […]
As part of the 2018 Small Schools Fund, Lee Fullarton travelled to Ravenswood to run a three-day workshop, tying in with the town’s celebration of 150 years of settlement and community.