Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are now open for galleries in regional and rural Queensland to host State of Diversity in the 2020 – 2021 exhibition touring schedule.
Where to Next…? Alumni: Artists Lyn Ahmat and Wayne Singleton
After years of developing an artistic practice, establishing a body of work and receiving industry recognition, it's not uncommon for some artists to experience a mid-career plateau. The mid-career environment often presents a lack of opportunities and progression for artists as compared to their emerging and established counterparts. So, how can mid-career artists continue to [...]
Where to Next…? Alumni: Artists Sandra Pearce and Catherine Schoch
Sandra Pearce and Catherine Schoch, sat down to chat to us about overcoming their own mid-career hurdles with the help of our Where to Next…? intensive.
Early Bird Entries Closing Soon for Queensland Regional Art Awards 2019
Queensland artists living outside the Brisbane City Council area have until July 2 to receive discounted entry into the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2019, which offers a $25,000 prize pool and the opportunity to participate in a prestigious touring exhibition. The Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA) is the largest visual arts prize to promote and [...]
Winter Artist Feature – Carol Khan
Preview Carol Khan’s miniature landscapes on display in the foyer of the Judith Wright Centre.
Winter Artist Feature – Kelly Southee
Kelly Southee’s vibrant miniature paintings are on display as part of Flying Arts’ Winter Seasonal Sitting of Tiny Art at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts.
Artist Journal: Portraiture in Weipa
Cyclone Trevor didn’t stop Touring Team facilitator Theo Tremblay travelling to Weipa to deliver a Portraiture workshop for the community thanks to Weipa Town Authority. We asked him a few questions about his recent trip. Tell us about the location you went to: Weipa is a mining village of about 4,000 people. Many are mobile [...]
Wanderlust – Brisbane Opening Event
On the evening of Wednesday March 6, Flying Arts Alliance, members of the Flying Arts community gathered to celebrate the Brisbane opening of Wanderlust, the touring exhibition of the Queensland Regional Art Awards 2018.