At our award-winning gallery, you can experience a world of art in your own backyard. Logan Art Gallery celebrates local talent with a diverse work of visual artists, craftworkers and designers, as well as touring exhibitions from major galleries and national touring bodies.
We also present culturally diverse works including those created by, with and through Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. With exhibitions changing regularly, you will enjoy a fresh and captivating art experience with every visit in person or online at LoganARTS.
What we do
Spark creativity with artist-run workshops and community events for all ages. The Logan Art Gallery team regularly works with local groups, schools, and organisations to offer one-of-a-kind services across the City of Logan.
Showcase young, Logan artists with our dedicated Young Peoples Gallery featuring exhibitions by or for young people, as well as free children’s after school, weekend and school holiday workshops found on the LoganARTS website.
Make art available to our community, with entry to all exhibitions being free and no bookings required for a visit. If you’d like to join an exclusive practical workshop, special event or artist talk, register on the LoganARTS webstie.
The Logan Art Gallery is always looking for new volunteers to help us provide services to the community. If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, see our online application or contact us on 07 3412 5519.
You can find us on the Corner of Wembley Road and Jacaranda Avenue, Logan Central.
The Logan Art Gallery is open from 10.00am to 5.00pm, Tuesday to Saturday.
Free parking for cars and buses is available at the front of the gallery. Entry to the car park is on Wembley Road. There are three designated disabled parking bays immediately in front of the gallery.
The venue is accessible from three designated parking bays (entrance off Wembley Road). It has accessible toilets and baby change facilities.Information and services are available in a range of formats. Our friendly staff and volunteers can assist in tours and talks.