Consultations with John Stafford
(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
Take the opportunity to discuss your arts practice one-on-one in a one-hour consultation with a respected industry professional. Artist Consultations are self-directed to provide maximum benefit to you as an artist
Take the opportunity to discuss your arts practice one-on-one in a one-hour consultation with a respected industry professional.
Artist Consultations are self-directed to provide maximum benefit to you as an artist or artsworker. Suggestions for discussion include:
– Mapping out your career direction
– Gaining feedback on your portfolio
– Asking for advice on specific industry practices
– The sky is the limit!
Session bookings are available in one hour time slots between 9am and 5pm. Sessions can be attended in person at the Flying Arts office in Fortitude Valley, or accessed remotely via Skype.
$65 ($60 for Flying Arts Members)
Participants 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 for sessions attended in person for access to online resources if required.
John Stafford is a Director of CREATIVEMOVE, a Brisbane-based visual arts consultancy providing strategic advice and delivering outcomes for the arts, built environment and government sectors. The company specialises in public art commissions, artist services and curatorial projects. In November 2016, John and co-director, Jodie Cox, launched Onespace Gallery in Highgate Hill, Brisbane, a mixed-model style of gallery and innovative space to present contemporary art and design.
John has undertaken numerous curatorial and project management activities for a range of clients including: Lendlease; Aria Property Group; South Bank Corporation; Brisbane Airport Corporation; Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation and the Redland City Council; City of Gold Coast; Brisbane City Council; Cairns Regional Council; Mackay Regional Council; FORM (Crown Towers Perth Development); Supreme Court Library of Queensland; School of English, Media and Art History, University of Queensland; Cairns Indigenous Art Fair; and artists shortlisted for projects in a range of Australian cities and overseas.