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Previous events: Art Plus Beer

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“I loved the atmosphere, music and overall vibe of the event.
The poetry was incredible too.”

“The live music was great, combined with live art, gave everyone
something to enjoy.”

“The best part was having the artworks being exhibited and the
live arts happening while being able to listen to and watch the
live music happening inside the venue.”

“I loved the live music, I actually can’t remember the last time I
was at a venue with live music! But the spoken poetry was very
special. I have never experienced a performance like that

Logan events Art plus beer

Art plus Beer

Was: July 24th, 2021 @ Monkey Tree Brewery, Underwood

A multidisciplinary feast for the senses! Live art, music and spoken word in a cultural showcase like Logan hasn’t seen before.

Through BEMAC /RASN support of $3000, our event paid $3282 back to artists as a result of artist fees and artwork sales.

In addition, we hired local sound, lighting and videographers to produce and capture the event, engaged local food truck, local venue and printing business, supporting the greater local economy to the tune of $3014.



Logan events Rae Leigh at Art plus beer
Rae Leigh performing @ Art Plus Beer

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Previous events

PhilB Live painting Logan wildlife @ Art Plus Beer
Mayan Fox playing at Art Plus Beer Monkey Tree Brewery
Naavikaran at Art Plus Beer in Logan
Briana Dinsdale & band playing at Art Plus Beer

Images (c) Bad Octopi

PhilB painting local wildlife mural

Mayan Fox performing on stage

Naavikaran spoken word performance

Briana Dinsdale & band performing on stage

Not featured exhibiting artists: Allan Kina Indigenous artist, Stacey Bennett, Chloe Wigg, Ronelle Reid & Nicola Hooper & Zeynep Ackay presented: ‘James the Rat King


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We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of Australia. We pay our respects to the Elders past and present as the traditional Custodians of the lands and waters. We acknowledge their living culture and their traditional art forms. We recognise that the land where we live, learn, create and work is Yugembah, Jagera/Yugerra, Turrbul and Bundjalung land and sovereignty was never ceded. We’re committed to building and sustaining respect and understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists.