Urban Art Strategy for Logan's Activity Centres

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Whether you’re a spectator, participant, administrator or creator of arts and cultural content, we want to hear from you. How we can continue to create meaningful and engaging urban art in Logan’s Activity Centres for everyone to experience?

The City of Logan is increasingly recognised for its vibrant arts and cultural activities. Urban art is one way we
  • Capture imagination
  • Recognise landmarks
  • Start conversations, and
  • Express creativity
All with the aim to create art that is a source of pride and accessible to all.

We are excited to evolve our contribution to art in public spaces with the development of the Urban Art Strategy. This strategy will guide urban art in Logan’s Activity Centres.

We use the term urban art to encompass a wide range of creative interventions in our activity centres, public spaces. This includes all forms of public art and creative approaches to placemaking, being both temporary and permanent.

By completing the survey below you can help to shape the future of urban art and placemaking in our city.

Your opportunity to contribute will close at 11.45 pm on the 1st of November.

Whether you’re a spectator, participant, administrator or creator of arts and cultural content, we want to hear from you. How we can continue to create meaningful and engaging urban art in Logan’s Activity Centres for everyone to experience?

The City of Logan is increasingly recognised for its vibrant arts and cultural activities. Urban art is one way we
  • Capture imagination
  • Recognise landmarks
  • Start conversations, and
  • Express creativity
All with the aim to create art that is a source of pride and accessible to all.

We are excited to evolve our contribution to art in public spaces with the development of the Urban Art Strategy. This strategy will guide urban art in Logan’s Activity Centres.

We use the term urban art to encompass a wide range of creative interventions in our activity centres, public spaces. This includes all forms of public art and creative approaches to placemaking, being both temporary and permanent.

By completing the survey below you can help to shape the future of urban art and placemaking in our city.

Your opportunity to contribute will close at 11.45 pm on the 1st of November.