Past exhibitions

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.

Past exhibition programs