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We are committed to championing local arts, culture and heritage.

Our passionate teams work with Logan artists to further their career development.

Through our key arts and cultural venues, we offer residency programs, mentoring, workshops, performance work and funding opportunities.

We support all art forms including dance, music, design, new media, visual arts, writing, theatre, performing arts, museum and cultural heritage.

If you’re an artist in Logan, we’re for you.

We invite you to connect with us, tell us your story, and discover creative opportunities.


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Creative residencies and artist opportunities

Our residency program is designed to support local artists.

What our creative residencies offer artists

Our performing arts residency series offers local performing artists the opportunity to develop their performance work with the support of the Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct facilities and our programming team.

Become a Creative Recovery Resource Facilitator

Would you like to be a Creative Recovery Resource Facilitator?

Held at Logan Art Gallery over 2.5 days
4 pm – 8.30 pm Friday 31 May 2024
9 am – 5 pm Saturday 1 June 2024
9 am – 4 pm Sunday 2 June 2024

You will learn how use your creative practice to support the community in the recovery process following a disaster.

Apply now by submitting your Expressions of Interest before 2pm Friday 26 April 2024

15 places available

·         Learn how to deliver community projects in the recovery phase following a disaster
·         Networking opportunity
·         Learn about self-care frameworks
·         Resilience tools and cultural protocols following a disaster
·         Making a difference to your community

Dinner will be provided on Friday night.

Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea is provided on Saturday and Sunday.

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Robyn Daw Young Visual Artist Scholarship

The Scholarship aims to support young artists in Logan City whose practices relate to their cultural background/s, through professional development, exhibition exposure and financial assistance.

Applications for 2024 Robyn Daw Young Visual Artist Scholarship Scholarship are now closed.

Artist Development Program

Creatives can now apply for in-kind support from Kingston Butter Factory. Queensland artists are welcome to submit an EOI to tell us more about your project and request in-kind support for venue hire (rehearsals, creative developments, performances, gigs, art exhibitions, installations, workshops, residencies etc) and support from our specialist team. Applications will be assessed by a panel based on their suitability for our venue, how they address our communities needs and align with programming values. First round closed. Keep visiting this page for more opportunities later in the year.

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Key contacts

If you are interested in discussing your performing arts project please contact our Performing Arts Programming Coordinator on 07 3412 4955.

If you are interested in discussing your visual arts, craft or design project please contact our Art Gallery Coordinator on 07 3412 5976.

If you are interested in presenting or participating in tours, talks and workshops at Logan Art Gallery please contact our Art Gallery Public Programs Officer on 07 3412 5671.

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