Celebrating the diverse work of visual artists, craftworkers and designers.

Our award-winning gallery showcases artworks from many different cultures including works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. It also features touring exhibitions on loan from major galleries and national touring bodies.

Exhibitions and displays are changed every six to seven weeks, so there is always something new to explore. Our dedicated Young Peoples Gallery showcases exhibitions for young people or by young people. It provides fun, interactive activities for younger visitors.

Interpretation services in Auslan and languages other than English can be provided to visitors on request. Please talk to the gallery team about your interpretation needs before your visit on phone 3412 5519 or via email artgallery@logan.qld.gov.au

Visit Translator Interpreter Services – Logan City Council or National Relay Service – Logan City Council to access these translation services if you need help to talk with us.

Logan Art Gallery
07 3412 5519

10am - 5pm Tuesday to Saturday.

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Jessica Skeen-McKinnon with her artwork Beauty after bruises, 2022, acrylic on canvas


Discover ever-changing exhibitions by some of the best local and national artists, reflecting the cultural and environmental diversity of the region.

Current Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions 

Logan Art Collection

Our collection features a significant range of works by artists from Logan, Queensland and across Australia. Started in 1988, it includes paintings, works on paper, photographs, ceramics, mixed media works and sculptures.
Works for the Logan Art Collection have been acquired in line with our art collection policy. Suitable works are selected from exhibitions, the studios of local artists, and donations. We also receive donations through the Commonwealth’s Taxation Incentives for the Arts (Cultural Gifts) Program.

View the Logan Art Collection Catalogues

Volume I (PDF 8.65 MB) contains artworks in the collection from its establishment until 2007.
Volume II (PDF 5.11 MB) contains artworks in the collection acquired between 2007 and 2015.

Drawing called a girl from central featuring a girl in a mosaic of colours

Image Credit

Samuel Tupou born 1976. Dunedin, New Zealand
Lives and works in Cornubia, QLD
Girl from Central 2021
Serigraph and acrylic on board 120 x 180 cm

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Workshops, events and activities

Logan Art Gallery offers a range of free events and activities, programs and educational services including guided tours, practical workshops, special events and artist talks.

Find out more about:

Workshops, events and activities designed to help you find out more about the exhibitions on display
Programs that have been developed in response to community needs
• Inquiry-based education programs for students and teachers

All events and activities are free. People of all ages can become involved and are welcome.

Gallery Store

Looking for a unique gift? The Logan Art Gallery store stocks creative contemporary gifts and collectibles including original jewellery, scarves, glassware, ceramic works, wooden items, prints, art publications and children’s books.

The gallery store promotes local artists and designers and provides a perfect setting for you to sell your work and increase visibility. If you are a Logan artist and want to sell your work send us an enquiry.





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.


North (from Brisbane) & West (from Springwood) via M1, Pacific Highway, exit onto Paradise Road, the left onto Kingston Road and then right onto Wembley Road.

East (from Browns Plains) & South (from Gold Coast) via Logan Motorway, exit onto Wembley Road head into Logan Central.


Translink operates a rail service to and from Woodridge station on a daily basis. The Woodridge station is located just a short 750 metre walk, approximately 10 minutes from the Logan Art Gallery


Bus services in the City of Logan are provided by two private bus companies: Logan City Bus Service and Park Ridge Transit. Both are under contract with Translink.

For more detailed information on bus timetables, please visit the following website or phone line: translink.com.au or 13 12 30.

Visit our Contact page for directions.

We recommend that schools and all groups make a booking, especially if you would like a free tour or talk as part of your visit to the gallery. To make a booking, please complete this form, phone the gallery on 07 3412 5519, email artgallery@logan.qld.gov.au or visit us during opening hours to book in person.

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.

Interested in exhibiting?

Application for the 2025 Exhibition Program are now closed. Please check back here to see when applications for the 2026 Exhibition Program open.
In the meantime, please take a look at some exhibition proposal tips.

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