Past exhibitions

Artwaves 2021: Logan and adjacent areas secondary schools art exhibition

Artwaves is an annual art exhibition of work sourced from the creative and talented high school students in the Logan region. Artwaves, now in its 29th year, aims to show the wealth of imagination and creativity in Logan and adjacent areas.

Generously sponsored by Buckham School Supplies, Oxlades, Eckersley’s Art & Craft and School Art Supplies. 

Yu Chao Du: Doll park 

Rochedale South artist Yu Chao Du has, until recently, travelled regularly to China to work on city landscape design projects. However, forced to stay in one place since the spread of COVID-19 he has found his art practice has shifted from an exuberant celebration of city architecture to a more personal reflection of his own life and influences.

His recent work reflects on our shared sense of powerlessness and frustration as individuals affected by a global pandemic.

Kyra Mancktelow: Unsilenced 

Unsilenced is the first major solo exhibition by Crestmead artist Kyra Mancktelow (Quandamooka, Mardigan, South Sea Islander). It incorporates a series of prints, sculpture, ceramics, paintings and weavings.

Unsilenced exposes untold histories of Australia. It showcases the unique way the artist and other First Nations people view the world through distinct ways of life such as land, law and ceremony.

This project is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund, a partnership between the Queensland Government and Logan City Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

Chris Maddox: Onto your wall from outerspace

Cornubia artist Christopher Maddox is fascinated by imagery captured from space. He collects and digitally manipulates satellite images to make his own unique artworks. They reveal different landforms and the effects of human development on environments around the world.

Elders’ choice: highlights from the Logan Art Collection

In celebration of NAIDOC week, elders (from the Logan District Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation for Elders) have been invited to curate a selection of local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks from the Logan Art Collection.

World Environment Day posters

World Environment Day posters brings together a collection of vibrant artworks designed by Logan’s young artists. World Environment Day is an annual global event for positive environmental action.

Stopping Time: Material Prints 3000 BCE to Now

This exhibition tells the story of the printed image from ancient Mesopotamia to now. Original objects, prints and artworks from the Griffith University Art Museum, the Newcastle Region Art Gallery and several private collections will be included.

A Gympie Regional Gallery touring exhibition in partnership with Griffith University and Newcastle Art Gallery.

Claudia Husband: Purple rain

An exhibition exploring the ‘Jacaranda season’ in Queensland through an interactive print installation, a series of lithographs and works on paper. Abundant throughout Australia, the blanket of purple blooms that covers streets in springtime forms a part of our region’s identity.

Ripple effect: out of Artwaves

Each year Logan Art Gallery selects one of the outstanding young artists who exhibited in the annual ‘Artwaves: Logan and adjacent areas secondary schools art exhibition’ to mentor in developing their own solo exhibition. This year’s artist is Teresa Poon.

From Clay to Computer

An exhibition of small objects created by year eleven students from Woodridge State High School and Kingston College. The title of the project reflects the use of clay modelling as a scaffold. It enabled the students to develop basic skills in digital modelling over the short duration of a seventy-minute lesson. The students created 3D printed images. The students were mentored by artist Pamela See.

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