An exhibition showcasing women in front of and behind the camera is on display at Logan Art Gallery.
The works are part of In Her Words, a photographic exhibition on tour from Horsham Regional Art Gallery in Victoria.
It is one of four on display at Logan until September 5.
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The exhibitions capture striking images of migration, Aboriginal life, youth and childhood, place, identity and expression.
The In Her Words exhibition recognises the significance of female photographers whose work is held by Horsham Regional Art Gallery.
Guest curator Olivia Poloni was invited to draw works from the collection alongside key figures in contemporary Australian photographic practice.
Rochedale South artist Mihimai Nikora has used sculpture, sound and digital media to create her immersive installation Ka Koroki Nga Manu - The singing of the birds.
The work explores cultural connections between Kaikaranga (women who perform ceremonial invitation in Mori culture) and Karangamanu (bird calls in nature).
This project is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund which is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Logan City Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.
Logan Art Gallery will showcase this year's collection of World Environment Day posters designed by the City of Logan's young artists.
The vibrant artworks celebrate World Environment Day which is an annual global event for positive environmental action.
Rivermount College students created steampunk sculptures for their exhibition in The Young People's Gallery.
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