Flying Arts is an arts and cultural development organisation which has been providing visual arts services to regional and remote Queensland for over 40 years. Conceived in 1971 as a cultural counterpart to the Flying Doctor Service the association has played a significant role in inspiring artists and coimmunities and helping to overcome the impacts of regional isolation and remote living. Flying Arts has left a rich legacy in Queensland communities and over the years many program participants have gone on to become celebrated artists, teachers and/or community cultural leaders.
Propeller were delighted to be able to work with Flying Arts again this year on a range of materials to promote their exciting 2012 program of events and workshops. These materials included:
A 16 page program brochure featuring the exciting range of workshops and programs being run during 2012;
An exhibition catalogue featuring the winners and chosen exhibitors in the 2011 Queensland Regional Art Awards;
The 2012 Queensland Regional Art Awards Call for Entries brochure and
The Artiz 2012 Young Artist Development Program brochure & poster. Artiz is a 4 day intensive training and skills development event especially designed for gifted and talented high school students from regional and remote Queensland who are thinking about a career in the visual and media arts.
Working on this project gives us a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the talent of some of Queenslands’ fantastic emerging and practising regional and remote artists. If you get a chance, why not visit the touring Connection Exhibition which commences at the Butter Factory Arts Centre (Cooroy) from 3-10 March 2012, and is in Brisbane at the State Library of Queensland from 1-21 October.