Art Experiences for Young People
16 May 2018
The IMA is passionate about providing learning opportunities for both young people and adults through contemporary art.
We offer a tailored program for school, tertiary and community groups, alongside our regular programming of workshops, talks, tours, lectures and symposiums.
Loops and Knots: Weaving Workshops
Our free weaving workshop series Loops and Knots gives young people aged 15–18 years the opportunity to learn weaving techniques from a group of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, and Pacific artists. Participants will make a hand-made woven object and learn more about the cultural traditions and heritage behind the objects they create.
Workshop Dates & Facilitators:
1] Hannah Gutchen: Saturday 19 May, 11am–4pm
2] Sonja Carmichael: Saturday 26 May, 11am–4pm
3] Lisa Hilli: Saturday 7 July, 11am–4pm
4] Maryann Talia Pau: Saturday 21 July, 11am–4pm
See your writing in print in our Art Enquirer publication. Open to senior students in Years 11–12, Art Enquirer is an immersive art experience created with Flying Arts Alliance that takes participants on a tour of contemporary art galleries in Brisbane, followed by a critical arts-writing intensive. Hone your writing skills with special help from industry professionals and produce an essay to be published in print and online.
Find out more and apply online by 15 June via Flying Arts Alliance. Read last year’s edition of Art Enquirer here.
School, Tertiary and Community Group Tours
We welcome schools, universities and groups to the gallery and provide free guided tours and interpretive resources upon request. Please book via our booking page or by contacting the IMA’s Curator of Public Engagement, Sancintya Simpson. Download our education and learning brochure here.