This year has been a massive one for Flying Arts! This month, we’re going to have a little look at what we’ve achieved over the year; and we’ve got a couple of exciting announcements too!
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#tag and release recently opened at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery, Bundaberg. See some of the images and the opening speech by Julie Hylands.
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.
Flying Arts Curator Beth Jackson has just finished her first workshop with the Crush Exhibition Project. Learn more about how the workshop went!
As the winner of the Gray Puksand Digital Art Award in the 2015 Queensland Regional Art Awards, Linda Clark received a fully funded two week residency at The Edge, State Library of Queensland. Here she talks about her experiences at The Edge, where she developed the conceptual basis of a new body of work.
Flying Arts recently held the Brisbane launch of the exhibition of the 2015 Queensland Regional Art Awards: Cream of the Crop. View some of the speeches and photos from the event.
The Flying Arts Alliance Office will be closed December 23, 2015 – January 10, 2016. We look forward to serving you in the New Year, when we reopen Jan 11. In the meantime, we give you a sneak peek of some new aspects of the program for the New Year, and there are a number of member give-aways to enter.