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Maureen Logan Maureen Logan i(A107499 works by)
Gender: Female
Heritage: Aboriginal ; Aboriginal Bundjalung
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BiographyHistory

Maureen Logan is a Bundjalung Elder from the Tweed Valley, New South Wales. She started making films when she entered the Homegrown Film Works project in 2004. She was a finalist with her short film of a local story called Our Boat. Logan went on to apply for, and win a place with, Metro Screens in Sydney where she made her short film Susan's Birthday Party.

Logan is also a voluntary cultural educator for the Tweed primary school area. In 2009, part of Logan's life story was featured in the National Museum of Australia's exhibition From Little Things Big Things Grow: Fighting For Indigenous Rights 1920-1970.

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