In this week's tip, we look at the legal issues artists and creative businesses need to consider.
By the time our 21st Century children hit secondary school age, it’s almost certainly a personal mobile device that is their most utilised creative tool. Cathy Hunt, educational consultant, author and St Hilda’s School Visual Art teacher, talks about the integration of digital technologies in the visual arts class rooms.
In this week’s tip for emerging creatives, we look at how to price and value artistic time and work.
Chris Fisher and Abby Smith Fisher talk about the development of Destination Blues, a Queensland musical steam train experience.
As Seniors Week is celebrated in Queensland, Neal Price discusses the approach to Creative Ageing in Queensland and some of the projects occurring around the state.
It’s International Youth Day! In acknowledgement of young and emerging artists establishing careers, enterprises and projects, we offer the following ‘bread and butter’ tips for starting a creative business.
Madonna Davies from Full Throttle Theatre in Townsville talks about the inclusive community project the Lullaby Movement….
Janelle Insley and Tony Coonan talk about the Reminiscence Program at the Cobb+Co Museum and the impact it has been having in aged care facilities in Toowoomba.
With the new Artists in Residence Program opened for applications for Queensland kindergartens and schools, we are taking a look at related case studies to see what artists, kindergartens and schools have achieved through arts and education funding.