Event Art Enquirer

Art Enquirer

Art writing for young people

06 Jul. 2020 10 Jul. 2020
  • Event Cost:
    $150
  • Registration:
    Registrations Closed

Calling all senior high school students (Years 11 and 12) with an interest in the arts! Get an insight into the inner workings of the industry with Art Enquirer, a critical art writing program presented with Flying Arts Alliance.

Taking on a remodelled digital format in 2020, Art Enquirer will be delivered over five virtual sessions 6–10 July from 9am–12pm.

Students will:
—Tour a number of digital art platforms
—See behind the scenes into the studios of working artists
—Discuss careers in the arts, art writing, and curatorial practice with industry professionals
—Work with industry mentors to hone skills in critical art writing through writing workshops and the editing for publication process
—Connect with like-minded students from across the country

Students’ writing will be professionally edited and published by the IMA in the 4th edition of Art Enquirer, a broadsheet-style publication.

Students will need to have access to a computer and reliable internet connection from 9am–12pm for the week of the program to participate.

The Art Enquirer program is facilitated by Alex Holt, the IMA’s Curator of Public Engagement.

We welcome registrations from across Australia and some bursaries are available on application thanks to Brian Tucker.

Find out more and apply via Flying Arts website here.

Art Enquirer 2019, visiting artist Dale Harding's studio. Photo: Sarah Osborn.

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