What's On at the Gallery
Logan Art Gallery offers an extensive range of inspirational and educational public programs including guided tours, artist's and curator's talks, exhibition openings, artist-led and educational practical workshops, and special events. All events are free. People of all ages can become actively involved in activities, debate and discussion through participation and interaction.
Practical art workshops
Get creative and participate in practical art workshops at the gallery. View current workshops in our public programs brochure What's On (PDF 4704 KB). All workshops require booking on (07) 3412 5519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art + Dementia Program
Art + Dementia is a discussion-based tour of works of art to provide intellectual stimulation and social inclusion for people with dementia and their companions. Facilitated by our trained volunteers, the participants are encouraged to contribute knowledge, engage in interpretation, express emotions and recall memories. Involvement in this nationwide program has been shown to increase well-being and quality of life for participants. If you or someone you know would benefit from this program, please contact Logan Art Gallery on 3412 5519 or via email email@example.com
Collecting art - where to start?
Saturday 8 July, 2pm to 4pm
What does it take to start an art collection? Come and hear art collector and accountant Brian Tucker discuss why he collects, and gain an insight into the Cultural Gifts program and the guidelines for collecting art as part of your superannuation.
Light refreshments will be served so bookings are essential by Thursday 6 July via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 3412 5519.
Music in the Gallery: Pan Odyssey
Saturday 17 June, 2pm to 4pm
Sheer determination and a love of music resulted in the steelpan being developed. This invention grew through adversity and necessity in musician Alvin Rostant's homeland Trinidad and Tobago. Alvin invites you on a journey of discovery through his rousing live performance followed by the beautiful documentary Pan Odyssey.
Music in the Gallery: Roger Knox
Saturday 24 June, 2pm to 3.30pm
Country music legend Roger Knox has been performing for more than four decades to Australian and international audiences. Australian Aboriginal people are closest to his heart and know Roger as the Black Elvis and the Koori King of Country. Roger is guided by spiritual commitment and a loyalty to his Aboriginal Mission Station roots. He sings songs that reflect his identity as a Gomeroi man, telling stories about his country and culture.
Light refreshments will be served so bookings are essential by Thursday 22 June on 3412 5519 or email email@example.com
Large groups are encouraged to call and inform us of their intended visit. Logan Art Gallery staff will provide free tours to interested groups booking at least a week in advance of their visit, and groups can also book practical activities to further enhance their visit.
- Group bookings from schools, community or social groups are most welcome.
- Any age or level of ability can be accommodated.
- Session times and length of sessions can be tailored to suit your needs when booking.
- After school activities can be arranged for specific group visits.
- School holiday workshops are a regular part of our programming.
- Practical workshop sessions cover a variety of themes.
All workshops are free, but bookings are essential.
For more information or make a booking, telephone (07) 3412 5519.