As a supporter of the arts, you’re helping to…
Improve liveability. Build local identity and pride of place. Stimulate tourism and the local economy.
But that’s not all. Arts and cultural programs and activities…
Grow social cohesion, promote health and wellbeing, build self awareness and discourage anti-social behaviour.
By providing ways for people to explore issues, and share experiences, we create a thriving, connected community.
In fact, the research shows that the single most important factor in differentiating levels of connection, happiness, success and health from one neighbourhood to the next is the capacity of people to come together and develop ties on a cultural level.
And this comes from shared creation and celebration of culture, through collaborative sharing of stories and experiences.
But we need your help to support the arts in Logan.
Other ways to support the local arts sector
Anyone in the community can get involved. If you’re not an artist or arts worker and you want to help, here are some quick ways in which you can contribute.
1. Share your story
Strong social connections come from sharing who we are, and listening to those around us (both individuals and businesses).
2. Share your ideas
Share what you want to see happening in your community.
3. Volunteer your skills, resources, or assets
What skills or connections do you have to offer (and want to contribute)?
What places or spaces can we activate? Do you have one to share?
What stories can we draw from?
When you get involved, you build a sense of connection to your community and our fabulous city.
Art. Music. Creativity + You
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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.