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ORANGE GECKO

art network



Our Mission Statement

To promote & facilitate the continuing development of professional and professional emerging visual artists in/from the Mackay/Whitsunday Region

AIMS

To assist in bridging the gap for Visual Artists from formal training to commercial viability and provide access to a range of services such as information, networking, training and professional development and advocacy.

Achieving this vision through:

- Promoting local artists and their artworks
- Facilitate ongoing Professional Development opportunities
- Committed to maintaining open and inclusive communication with all stakeholders
- Committed to creating an active and creative learning environment for all
- Supporting creativity, industry innovation, excellence and best practice

Activities



Ann Williams-Fitzgerald

Cheryl Eagers




In 2007 Orange Gecko Art Network through Ann Williams-Fitzgerald, identified a huge need for the established local regional artists to be able to complete their post-graduate studies without having to relocate to undertake that study. Ann was therefore instrumental in persuading the University of Tasmania’s School of Visual and Performing Arts, Head of School Professor Vincent McGrath to travel to Mackay with the view of offering post-graduate studies in Mackay from 2008. The visit proved highly successful and there are now over 45 artists studying and completing their Master of Contemporary Arts through the Mackay external program which started in a community partnership with CQUniversity at the Mackay Campus. Many Orange Gecko Art Newtwork members have gone on to complete their postgraduate degrees through this community partnership.






Want to join a fun and creative collective of Artists? we would love to have you join us!

We are a membership-based network of professional artists. We offer connection and support for visual artists, craftspeople, photographers, film-makers and the culturally aware! We provide access to a range of services such as information, networking, training and professional development and advocacy.


APPLICATION FORM-PDF FORMAT

CODE OF PRACTICE

Membership Renewal Form -PDF format

Orange Gecko Brochure




Do you want to be part of the ORANGE GECKO Art Network group exhibitions or are you interested in having your own Solo or collabrative Exhibition. Exhibition Schedule [2D works only] and availability, Guidelines and Expressions Of Interest below

2007 EXHIBITIONS SCHEDULE

Exhibition Expression of Interest FORM-Word Doc


Artists: Sold some of your work and not sure about the taxation requirements. See forms below

Statement by a Supplier

National Guidelines




Do you want to be part of a Orange Gecko group CQU Library Showcase exhibitions at the CQU Library or are you interested in having your own Solo or collabrative Exhibition. Exhibition Schedule [3D works only] and availability below.


2007-2008 CQU LIBRARY SHOWCASE EXHIBITIONS SCHEDULE

The Bobs & Bits Bin Exhibition details

The ‘Bobs and Bits Bin’ exhibition is a collaborative venture between Orange Gecko Art Network members and UTAS Visual Arts post-graduate students in collaboration with CQU Staff and students.



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A wealth of information on vital networks, relevant opportunities and current activities.

Links

Qld Artworkers Alliance
Arts Hub
Fuel4arts
NAVA
Red Bubble - RedBubble is an Art Gallery & Creative Community
Art Buzz
Qld Arts Council
Arts Qld
Australian Copyright Council
ARTS LAW QLD - COPYRIGHT ISSUES
Australia Council
Qld Art Gallery
Arts Connect



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