I will be doing another webinar for Flying Arts in October called "Your Artistic Reputation Online". In the webinar I will be talking about social media, self-branding and building a reputation online. The webinar is on the 23rd October at 7pm and is free! If you know anyone this might be of interest to please share and get them to follow the link below.
Curious to know what some of your VAP (Visual Art in Practice) units are called to get an idea about making ours more in line with the idea of Artist as maker of products. E.g. changing our printing unit to screenprinting on t-shirts. Thoughts on things the students can make as potential items to sell/start a business from? (Note: currently in a boys school so suggestions relating to things that would interest them would be helpful). ...
Would you like to see your artwork on a bus?
KickArts and Sunbus are on the hunt for creative champions from Cairns primary schools!
Young aspiring artists are encouraged to enter the KickArts and Sunbus art competition and create a 2D artwork (up to A3 in size) responding to the theme: Champions of Country.
The winning artwork will be featured on a local Sunbus, with the artist also receiving a $150 gift voucher from Oxlades Art Supplies and their school receiving a $500 gift voucher!
Two Highly Commended prizes will also be awarded - each receiving a $50 gift voucher from Oxlades Art Supplies.
An exhibition of the best entries will be displayed at Cell Art Space on Lake Street from the 10th of November to the 8th of December 2017.
Students can submit their work to KickArts Contemporary Arts at 96 Abbott Street, Cairns – Look for the Giant Jelly Babies!
Entries close 5pm Friday 3rd of November 2017.
Download an entry form from our website today! www.kickarts.org.au/opportunities/champions-of-country-sunbus-art-competition/
'GERHARD RICHTER: THE LIFE OF IMAGES' PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR EDUCATORS: ART AS AESTHETIC GOMA │Sat 28 Oct 2017│8.30am – 3.00pm│Limited capacity Price: $55 Explore the concepts and techniques of Gerhard Richter’s vast contemporary oeuvre in this full-day program which provides teachers…
October 16, 2017, 10:00am - October 16, 2017, 2:00pm
Artists are some of the most experimental and innovative creators of technology — repurposing, tinkering and expanding our perceptions of this ever-changing field. To coincide with a major exhibition of leading international artists working with technology, QUT Art Museum together with QUT The Cube will offer this one-day workshop.
Educators will learn how to use littleBits — electronic modules that snap together to create circuits. The workshop will provide hands-on experimentation with littleBits and everyday materials to develop interactive artworks that can make noise, light up and respond to movement.
This program is held at #QUTArtMuseum and includes a curator-led tour of the exhibitions: 'Why future still needs us: AI and humanity' and Machination.
EXHIBITIONS: Until 29 October
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