Public Programs

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.

The gallery is seeking to expand our database of artists and arts professionals to conduct public programs. If you are interested, complete the online Expression of Interest  or download, print and submit a hard copy Expression of Interest (PDF 44 KB) form to the gallery. 

Practical art workshops 

Get creative and participate in practical art workshops at the gallery. View current workshops in our Public Programs (PDF 1763 KB)

Most workshops will require booking on (07) 3412 5519 or email artgallery@logan.qld.gov.au

Logan Artworkers Networking Events (LANE)

Calling all artists, writers, musicians, performers, dancers and designers!

LANE is a networking opportunity for artists to get together and discuss and debate issues of interest. LANE is free to attend and is usually held on the second Saturday of each month at 2pm. It has become an informal gathering for professional development and networking over coffee and cake. From professional arts practitioners to people simply interested in the arts, all are invited to attend.

David Lynch Master Class livestream

Saturday 14 March, 11am to 12.30pm
David Lynch: Between Two Worlds explores the work of the renowned American artist and filmmaker. Lynch directed the ground-breaking television series Twin Peaks (1990-91), Mulholland Drive (2001) and films include Eraserhead (1977), The Elephant Man (1980) and Blue Velvet (1986). Developed closely with Lynch, the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) exhibition is exclusive to Brisbane and includes more than 200 works, illustrating Lynch's wide ranging oeuvre — drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, mixed media, music, film and video. As part of Lynch's first visit to Australia, QAGOMA will be hosting the special event David Lynch: Master Class that will be live streamed from the Gallery to select regional Queensland venues, including Logan Art Gallery. During the event Lynch will take part in a conversation with the exhibition curator José Da Silva, Senior Curator, Australian Cinémathèque.

Booking essential by Wednesday 11 March on 3412 5519 or email artgallery@logan.qld.gov.au
To find out more, visit www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/david lynch.

David Lynch: Master Class is an initiative supported by Arts Queensland.  

The Homesickness Project: public forum

Saturday 14 March, 1pm to 5pm
Where or what is your home? Is it domestic, geographic, historic, cultural, spiritual or all of these things? In the
past year ten local artists have run six art projects with Logan communities that question, reveal and change the nature of their homes. Hear The Homesickness Project directors Elizabeth Woods and Kevin Leong talk about the Logan projects and the works in the exhibition. The artists' talks will be followed with an afternoon panel discussion Can the arts really take us 'home'? To find out more, visit www.homesickness.org.au
 
Booking essential by Wednesday 11 March on 3412 5519 or email artgallery@logan.qld.gov.au

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body, and is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. It is also supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund, a Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and Logan City Council partnership to support local arts and culture.

Group bookings

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.