(Friday) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm(GMT+10:00) View in my time
Flying Arts Alliance Office
420 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, 4006, Queensland
This artist consultation has been postponed. Please consider John Armstrong’s consultation sessions in November, or see our other artist professional development opportunities. Take the opportunity to discuss your
This artist consultation has been postponed. Please consider John Armstrong’s consultation sessions in November, or see our other artist professional development opportunities.
Take the opportunity to discuss your arts practice one-on-one with a respected industry professional. Either at the Flying Arts office or via Skype, this one hour session will provide you with a chance to map out your career directions and gain feedback about your portfolio.
Session bookings are for one hour between 9am and 5pm.
You are welcome to bring any resources, artwork, portfolios or other items that will assist you with your consultation. Flying Arts will provide a computer and internet access should you wish to use any online resources during your consultation.
Please note: Consultant will be appearing via online platform
$65 ($60 for Flying Arts Members)
John Armstrong has served in a range of roles where he has been responsible for major initiatives in policy and industry development and export as well as large projects with an emphasis on business, sustainability, culture and community accountability and participation. John has maintained a critically engaged visual arts practice for over 40 years with 36 solo exhibitions, 10 shared exhibitions and 26 group exhibitions and has been selected for inclusion in 50 curated exhibitions. He was the first Australian artist to receive a First Prize in a major international exhibition, the Sao Paulo Biennale in 1973. His artwork has been selected to represent Australia in four major international exhibitions, including the Biennale de Paris. John’s artwork is represented in 16 major public and teaching collections throughout Australia including the Australian National Gallery and most State Galleries. He has recently been appointed as a Peer Assessor with Arts Queensland. After many years operating Harbinger Consultants, a cultural and economic development consultancy that has worked extensively in Queensland’s diverse regions, communities and cultural sectors, he has recently accepted the position of Art Centre Manager on Mornington Island.