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 5325 KB).
Current exhibitions: 9 December 2016 - 21 January 2017
Punuku Tjukurpa showcases works from the Maruku Arts archive at Mutitjulu near Uluru in the Northern Territory. It features punu (wooden artefacts and implements) and walka (patterned using hot wire) boards created by three generations of Anangu, central and western desert people from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands, Ngaatjatjarra Lands and Ngaanyatjarra Lands.
There is more information on the Punuku Tjukurpa website as well as a great app to download.
Punuku Tjukurpa is an Artback NT touring exhibition developed in partnership with Maruku Arts. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Rangoli: Madhu Khanna
An exhibition of Rangoli by Daisy Hill artist Madhu Khanna. Rangoli is a traditional Indian artform using brightly coloured sand, coloured rice or flower petals to create beautiful decorative patterns.
Pa kor day: industrial tapes as cultural traditions
This exhibition documents a series of workshops, conducted at various Logan City Council Libraries, by artist Vanghoua Anthony Vue with young members of Logan’s Hmong community. Visit Vanghoua Anthony Vue's website for more information about the artist and his practice.
This exhibition is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund, a Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Logan City Council partnership to support local arts and culture.
Coming soon: 27 January - 4 March
High gloss/low sheen: the long road to Yarrabilba: Daniel Wallwork
With a background in the automotive spray painting trade, Cairns-based artist Daniel Wallwork’s art practice is strongly influenced by contemporary car culture and street art. This exhibition, based on his artist-in-residency at Yarrabilba in 2016, features a series of vibrant metallic sculptures which playfully explore and celebrate Australia’s iconic automotive culture.
ColouRED: Works from the Logan Art Collection
The colour red has historically been associated with danger, sacrifice, courage and passion. In many Asian countries it is also the colour of happiness and prosperity. ColouRED presents a selection of works from the Logan Art Collection where artists have featured the colour red.
Aboriginal dreaming and night skies: Aunty Betty Flynn
Aunty Betty Flynn has drawn on her fascination of the night sky and stories of the dreamtime to create a series of brightly coloured paintings and ceramics.
Forest floor: Elizabeth Horrigan and Sandra Johnson
Logan artists Elizabeth Horrigan and Sandra Johnson investigate the shapes and patterns found in our environment. The artists use natural materials and printing techniques to replicate the patterns and shapes found in nature to take the viewer through an exploration of the forest floor.
Eastern encounters: Anniko Kevin
Anniko Kevin has created a series of evocative oil paintings inspired by travels through Thailand and Nepal.
- 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