In January and February 2016, Queensland’s Flying Arts Alliance is undertaking a cultural exchange and artist residency in Sam Rit Region in North Eastern Thailand, supported by Australia through the former Australia-Thailand Institute, now merged into the Australia-ASEAN Council, and part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Sometimes it can be the artists/teacher that can learn from the students and this was definitely the case with the students at the Ipswich Special School. As a complete stranger, walking through the school for the first lesson, I was amazed by how friendly every student was: polite and welcoming with offers to help carry my gear to the room…
Speech on opening of “Reminiscence” Celebrating 100 years of Australian visionary Judith Wright. Flying Arts Alliance Exhibition, Judith Wright Centre, 5 December 2015, presented by Matt Foley.
Flying Arts Alliance Small Schools Mentorship Program saw another 5 schools create some wonderful Teacher/Artist Collaborations with visits to implement these in-school collaborations between August and November. Once again, Visual and Media Arts was used to apply direct links to what was being studied in the classroom; in this case Science and History subjects building rich curriculum experience for students and giving teachers a model of utilising artist as a resource.
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.
Lyne Marshall was the recipient of a two week residency in Blackall, courtesy of Flying Arts Alliance Inc and the Blackall Cultural Association. Along the way, she and her husband Peter documented her travels and experiences. Read more about Lyne’s experience here. Blackall Cultural Association Residency Blackall7 – 21 October 2015Lyne Marshall
Arriving at the Bellflower Retirement Village on Saturday morning, I was greeted with a hive of activity with a huge art market day underway in the main hall. The stares began when, amongst the knitting and craft stalls entered a guy with a crate full of aerosol paint. Although the “graffiti” workshop was fully booked, […]
The winners for the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2015: Cream of the Crop, are announced; as are the artists whose works will tour with the exhibition.