Arts, Culture & Heritage
Logan City is home to many talented arts practitioners whose presence in the community enriches our culture. Council's vision is for a community that celebrates its creativity and diversity through arts, culture and heritage practices.
Logan City Council's Arts, Culture and Heritage Strategy 2014-2017 (PDF 3517 KB) builds on the successes of the 2010-2013 strategy (PDF 1548 KB) and was developed using feedback sought from the community, including arts, culture and heritage practitioners and organisations, across Logan City. The strategy guides the management of existing arts, culture and heritage activities, sites and provision in Logan and is used to plan for future growth and development.
Logan residents were invited to contribute to the discussion through participating in surveys, interviews, focus groups and Council's 'Have your say'. You can read summaries of what our community said they wanted in this strategy, and what Council achieved against the previous strategy in the Arts, Culture and Heritage 2014-2017 appendices (PDF 1255 KB). Community consultation closed on 28 April 2014, however feedback on the strategy is welcome.
Beenleigh Historical Village & Museum
Old Beenleigh Town has over 20 buildings on site with historical significance.
This is the gateway for cultural projects that aid the professional skill set of artists, and increase the commu...
Kingston Butter Factory
Local arts and crafts can be purchased from the Kingston Butter Factory Community Arts Centre and Logan's history...
Logan Art Gallery
Logan's leading visual art gallery presents a dynamic program of exhibitions, public programs and events, and is ...
Logan Entertainment Centre
The Logan Entertainment Centre hosts a variety of events each year and offers state-of-the-art facilities.
Mayes Cottage is a colonial House Museum at 20 Mawarra Street, Kingston. It is a genuine relic of Australia's and...