Alex Stalling delivers high quality and engaging creative art events specific to locations needs and environment.
Alex is available all year round for the following services;
- Festival art programming for children and youth
- Ideas development
- Full project coordination
- Creative assistance with established events
- Managing of competitions and exhibitions
- Public engagement projects
- Public workshops
lit festival: stories in light
bell street mall activiation
Working with local residents to creative visual resprentations of how they personally view the potential for the Bell Street Mall space in Toowoomba. The information provided will be used to inform the decision making of the future activation of the space for long term use.
Project co-ordinated by Toowoomba Regional Council.
bites & brews lane
Bites & Brews Lane for the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers
Food vans, beer, fashion… welcome to a fun evening in Bites and Brews Lane!
For one night only, artists, designers, amazing food vans and craft beer will transform Toowoomba's newest CBD laneway into a cool twilight wonderworld.
Unwind with friends as we present South East Queensland's best handmade designer artisans. You’ll love the fashion, jewellery, homewares and art from Bespoke Markets.
BESPOKE artisan markets
BESPOKE was a boutique market situated in the beautiful Culliford House 1 Godsall Street adjoining the picturesque Queens Park in Toowoomba.
BESPOKE provided a unique opportunity for the Darling Downs to engage with inventive and exciting creative designers from SE QLD. Our stall holders focused on unique, creative design providing the highest quality original pieces for the local focused buyer.
Are you looking to include artisan markets in your next event? Let's chat.
gaby's goats miniature goat stud open day.
We joined Gaby on her farm and met the newest babies to the herd; Epic, 360, Smiley, Adonis, Apatchi, Mo, Paul & Napoleon for one fun filled day in the country.
With entertainment for the kids, country market stalls and all your goat questions answered for you this is a day not to be missed.
real people real stories
A sculptural project featuring larger than life 3D portraits of real people with real stories for the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers.
Real People, Real Stories takes the traditional sketches of portrait drawings and brings it to life in a sculptural trail across the region.
Local artist Elysha Gould has drawn various Toowoomba community members into larger than life portraits that feature as paste-ups on buildings and ply-wood installations.
Every portrait tells a story – so take the trail across the region from the CBD to Highfields, to Pittsworth and discover the story behind some of the people in our region.
Toowoomba's streets come alive during Carnival, with artist's telling their story of creativity by setting up pop-up studios in business windows thoughout the CBD.
Called Creative Tanks, this creative story brings together some of the region’s most accomplished artisans in an exposé of their unique, fabulous and, at times, flamboyant skills and talents.
During each Saturday of Carnival, 10am-2pm, wander the CBD and witness the creative process in action. Arrows guide the way, from one shop to the next, with each window revealing a fresh and vibrant expression of the local arts scene. During the week you can see a display of the artists’ work in progress in the window.
There’s an eclectic mix of stories, including painting, dance, crafting, sewing and sculpture, making a trip along the sidewalk well worthwhile.
animating spaces toowoomba
3 individual local artist and community driven projects as part of the larger Artslink Qld project Animating Spaces.
The project assisted 3 artists to coordinate their own project to fruition.
Biografitti worked with coordinator Twolaks to create a street artwork by Beastman, Phibs, Gimiks, Twolaks and Numskull.
Real Time Your Time coordinated by Tarn McLean created a pop-up performance piece with digital projections in the city centre with artists Kirsty Lee and Beata.
Up The Creek coordinated by Andrew MacDonald transformed a disused creek into a art park with Jesse Wright, Christian Low and Rachel Price.