Logan Art Gallery pop-up
Striking images of native wildlife and intriguing artistic prints will feature in a new round of exhibitions hosted by Logan Art Gallery.
Due to maintenance work at the gallery, this year’s first round will include three exhibitions presented as pop-up displays at Logan West Community Centre in Hillcrest.
The pop-up displays begin with the Queensland Wildlife Artists Society Inc hosting its biennial exhibition of paintings, pastel drawings and sculptures of Australian and international wildlife. The society promotes Australia’s unique wildlife species through their works. They also raise funds for conservation projects.
The second exhibition, by Kuraby artist Lien Jansen, will showcase illustrations and text from her new children’s book The Shining Moon.
The third exhibition, Altered states, is hosted by The Migaloo Press Artist Collective in Queensland and members of Victoria’s Firestation Print Studio.
During the exhibitions, Queensland Wildlife Artists Society members and artists from The Migaloo Press Artist Collective will present art demonstrations within the space on selected days.
All 3 exhibitions will be launched between 6 pm and 8 pm on Friday, 6 May. The community centre will open from 10 am to 5 pm on Tuesday through to Saturday during this time.