Colours of Queensland –
Celebrating Queensland Regional Artists
It’s an exciting month for Flying Arts – our signature exhibition of the year kicks off March 1!
Colours of Queensland brings together the work of 35 Queensland artists to explore what brings colour, life and vibrancy to our regional communities. With an array of artworks from the controversial to the celebratory, the exhibition is a thought provoking insight into life outside the big city. You can see some of our sneak peeks of the installation on our Instagram, if you want to see behind the scenes.
Our first regional Connecting Arts with School Curriculum session for the year also happens this month in Atherton. Have you ever dreamed of using origami to teach geometry, eco-dying explain teach chemistry, or drawing patterns to explore topographical geography? Our Connecting Arts with School Curriculum sessions bring artists and teachers together to learn how to collaborate in the classroom.
Will you be joining us in Atherton? We can’t wait to see you there!
We also got a chance to meet and greet our team of touring artists and facilitators last week at Ironlak Art & Design Store Brisbane! Our artists and facilitators form the backbone of our Flying Arts family. They are available to deliver workshops for schools and creative communities anywhere in our great state of Queensland.
Image Credit: Karen Stephens, Noogooraville (Detail), 2016, Oil on Polyester, 59 x 68 x 5 cm
Making our Mark in the Regions
Clare Poppi teaches Silversmithing
This is the forth year that Clare Poppi has visited Mt Isa with Flying Arts to teach silversmithing techniques to highschool students. We caught up with her to talk about her experiences! Read More
This workshop was also covered by ABC North West – thanks for the write-up, Harriet! View the article here.
Want to know where we’re visiting to deliver By Request workshops and projects this month? Check our By Request Round-up!
Artists + Educators
Connecting Arts with School Curriculum
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Artists + Artsworkers
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Workshops – Brisbane
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Webinars – Flying Arts Web TV
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Exhibition Development Program
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Young Artist Development
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These By Request programs are available on-demand, and can be booked on behalf of your school. By Request programs can be delivered by our Flying Arts Artist and Facilitator Team anywhere across Queensland.
- Visual Arts Workshops and Projects
- Cross-Curriculum Collaboration
- Cross-Curriculum Collaboration with QMF’s Youth Touring Program
- Small Schools Program
These By Request programs are available on-demand, and can be booked on behalf of creative communities such as groups, festivals, local government, galleries and organisations.
- Visual Arts Workshops and Projects
- Arts Business and Management Workshops
- Curator By Request
- Exhibitions By Request
- Professional Services
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New Flying Arts Memberships
Members are an important part of the Flying Arts family. You can join Flying Arts as a Standard Member at any time. Accredited Membership and Public Liability Insurance is available to sole traders engaged in activities related to professional practice on a pro rata annual basis. Next round closes 25 March for insurance beginning 1 April.
All members are entitled to a great range of Member Benefits.