Join Flying Arts at The Edge, for this art intensive program! Explore areas of cutting-edge artistic practice blending art, science and technology. Learn about innovative materials, and experiment with groundbreaking approaches to art making. This opportunity is open to young artists aged 14 – 18.
Registrations close Monday 5 June, 2017.
- Dates: Wednesday 28 June – Friday 30 June
(Residential students to arrive Tuesday 27 June)
- Venue: The Edge, State Library of Queensland.
Accommodation is provided on a twin share basis near State Library of Queensland for residential students.
- Cost: Residential students – $330 for three days (3 nights), fully inclusive*
Day students – $220 for three days**
* Includes full board and lodging, workshops and materials
** Includes lunch, workshops and materials
Regional Students: You may be eligible to receive a travel subsidy to assist you to attend the program, thanks to Brian Tucker Accounting. Please contact Flying Arts for details.
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