Linley Logan

Linley Logan



Linley is a multidisciplinary contemporary artist, arts program manager, cultural arts consultant, curator, and designer.

He attended the Rochester Institute of Technology for Industrial Design and visual arts, and the Institute of American Indian Arts for visual arts.

Linley has worked in the arts-related field all of his adult life.
He has made the Salish Sea his home for 24 years.

He has over a 40-year history of exhibiting his work including exhibiting internationally. He has curated seven contemporary Native art exhibitions (five include International Indigenous artists Gatherings), and he curated all of his solo exhibitions.

Linley has been awarded numerous artist Grants, Fellowships, and Artist in Residencies.

He has attended by invitation, seven International Indigenous Visual Arts Gatherings in Hawaii, New Zealand, Guatemala, and Canada. He presented at these gatherings on his contemporary Indigenous art, Indigenous art sovereignty, and Indigenous Arts and Economies.

Linley has consulted with numerous art organizations and art events, including reading regional, and national grants and fellowship awards, including the NEA, the Ford Foundation, National Geographic, Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, and the WA State Arts Commission. He has served on numerous local regional, state, and local art organization boards, including serving as a past Washington State Arts Commissioner.

His branded artistic sign-on is: "Never Idle, Always Occupied"

His branded artistic sign-off is: "I live a life of art in the art of life".

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