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.
2019 Logan Art Gallery Exhibition Program
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.
Applications for the 2020 Exhibition Program close 5pm, Thursday 28 February 2019.
- 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
Current exhibitions: 8 March – 27 April 2019
Robert MacPherson: Boss Drovers
Robert MacPherson is one of Australia’s most highly regarded contemporary artists. The exhibition comprises of approximately 200 drawings from the complete set of 2400 portraits that make up his largest ever work, titled Boss Drovers. Viewers are encouraged to see this work as MacPherson’s lament for the disappearance of the specialised knowledge, language and history that these working people of the land carried with them. A Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art touring exhibition.
Nancy Brown and F.S. Helfisch: Archaeology
Archaeology presents an immersive installation of paintings, sculpture, prints and objects, which explore the process of creating artwork as a form of personal archaeology.
Sandra Pearce: Fading to grey
In this exhibition artist Sandra Pearce contemplates how destructive changes to her local environment have impacted her personal relationship with the natural world. Her exhibition Fading to grey includes diverse art forms including monoprinting, papercutting and sculpture to encourage the viewer to consider their own individual impact on the environment.
Workshop wonders XVII
A special selection of student works chosen from the Logan Art Gallery workshop program. This seventeenth annual exhibition highlights the gallery’s workshop program, which is an integral part of the visual arts education and cultural experience in the City of Logan.
Coming soon: 3 May to 15 June 2019
Chrys Zantis: Internal landscapes
Internal landscapes investigates human biology and psychology from scientific and metaphysical perspectives. Through textile-based sculptural works, Springwood artist Chrys Zantis visually interprets the unseen, inner workings of the body, while referencing the complementary and compelling relationship between visual art and medical science.
Charlotte Haywood: Green Asylum
Green Asylum is a large-scale experimental textile and video installation that blurs the boundaries between tapestry weaving and architecture, landscape and language by multi-disciplinary creative, Charlotte Haywood. Haywood’s architectural tapestry and video works tell stories within the Australian landscape, seeking narrative and language from the past, present and future.
Therese Flynn-Clarke: Patterns of my days
Patterns of my days presents a series of textile and sculptural works created by Bannockburn artist Therese Flynn-Clarke, and inspired by her travels through regional Queensland.
Ria Willering: Footsteps
Eagleby artist Ria Willering’s semi-abstract impressions of landscapes and architectural structures incorporate a range of symbols, patterns, and textures that reflect the diversity of urban Australia, influenced by an expanding multicultural society.
- 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.