As part of the Queensland network of regional galleries, the Logan Art Gallery displays artworks by local and visiting artists, touring exhibitions from Queensland and interstate galleries, and the permanent collection. Exhibitions at the Logan Art Gallery change approximately every six weeks. The program seeks to explore the diversity of art making practices in Australia.
View the current exhibition program (PDF 3582 KB).
Current exhibitions: 16 June to 22 July
OmiLee: Seasons may change
Eagleby artist OmiLee creates vibrant artworks which respond to the environment around her. By building up daily layers of acrylic paint, the artist reflects on changes in the environment over time, as seen through her studio window.
Between the Desert and the Moon: Central and Western Desert Artists
Between the Desert and the Moon: Central and Western Desert Artists is an exhibition of Aboriginal paintings from the Western Desert region. This major touring exhibition is drawn from a collection of artworks that was gifted to Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) by Robert Michael Moon. A touring exhibition from Murray Art Museum Albury.
Ripple effect: out of Artwaves (part one)
Each year Logan Art Gallery selects one of the outstanding young artists who exhibited in the annual Artwaves: Logan and adjacent areas secondary schools art exhibition to mentor in developing their own solo exhibition for the Young Peoples Gallery. Due to the outstanding field of applicants, two young students were offered mentorships. As a result, Logan Art Gallery will this year feature two exhibitions. Ripple effect: out of Artwaves (part one) features an exhibition by Holly Le Masurier.
Upcoming exhibitions: 28 July to 2 September
The sun still shines: Logan Art Group
A group of artists with distinct and varied backgrounds and experiences come together to celebrate life in their twilight years. They express their struggles and their love of life by painting and interpreting the plant, animal and human lives around them. For them, life does not stop at 60. The sun still shines.
Fading marks: Vanghoua Anthony Vue
In this exhibition, Vanghoua Anthony Vue investigates the memories of violence, trauma and upheaval which came as a consequence of Hmong involvement in the Second Indochina War. Although a generation removed from these events, Vue utilises a wealth of resources from digitised historical films to oral accounts from family and community members, to consider how the past can continue to inform and affect the present.
Recollections from my childhood: Joan Macnaught
Bethania artist Joan Macnaught presents a series of pen, ink and watercolour works which depict nostalgic scenes from her childhood growing up in rural Queensland in the mid-twentieth century.
Ripple effect: out of Artwaves (part two)
Ripple effect: out of Artwaves (part two) is the outcome of a mentorship program led by Logan Art Gallery. Each year Logan Art Gallery selects one of the outstanding young artists who exhibited in the annual Artwaves: Logan and adjacent areas secondary schools art exhibition to mentor in developing their own solo exhibition for the Young Peoples Gallery. Due to the outstanding field of applicants, two young students were offered mentorships. As a result, Logan Art Gallery will this year feature two exhibitions. Ripple effect: out of Artwaves (part two) features an exhibition by Arabella Kajewski.
Bee-mindful: creative communing with stingless, native bees
Curated by Sandra Conte around the theme of ‘artistic mindfulness and presence with nature’, Bee-mindful is an extension of outcomes from workshops Sandra facilitated during her Creative-in-Residence at Logan Art Gallery in 2016.
- View previous exhibitions at the Logan Art Gallery
The Young Peoples Gallery
The Young Peoples Gallery offers fun, interactive activities and exhibitions, especially for young visitors and families to enjoy. The space features an annual program of exhibitions that have been created for or by local children and youth. It provides an ongoing opportunity to celebrate the talents of our vibrant young community.
Other exhibitions by key artists curated especially for young people also feature in the gallery. We have developed a range of practical activities which will encourage young people to interact with the visual arts in new ways. Come in and enjoy the continuously changing program of fun, interactive activities for children which are available in the gallery all year round.
Interested in exhibiting?
If you are interested in exhibiting at Logan Art Gallery, complete and submit the solo or group exhibition application form below. Priority is given to exhibitions by Logan artists or themes that reflect the city.
- Solo Exhibition Application Form (PDF 1968 KB)
- Group Exhibition Application Form (PDF 1971 KB)
- A Tips for Writing an Effective Exhibition Application (PDF 207 KB) is available to assist in completing the application form.
If you do not currently have an ABN, a Statement by Supplier (PDF 159 KB) will also be required.
After submitting your application, you will receive a letter acknowledging receipt of the forms by Logan Art Gallery.
Image: visitor enjoying Julie Shepherd's installation Transpire at the Logan Art Gallery