Jonell Logan is a collector, independent curator, arts advocate and founder of 300 Arts Project, LLC. 300 Arts organizes exhibitions and professional development opportunities emerging artists and works with museums, colleges and collectors to expand and document their exhibitions and collections. Its mission is to support equity and diversity in arts engagement through the presentation and investigation of contemporary art.
Recent curatorial projects include Lilith, an international photography exhibition of women artists, including Allison Janae Hamilton, one of the newly announced 2018 artists in residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem; and Kidnapped Pagans, a public/private installation of work by Antoine Williams, recent awardee of a 2017 recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant.
Logan has worked at a number of arts organizations including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of Art, Studio Museum in Harlem in New York, the Gibbes Museum in Charleston, South Carolina; and the Harvey B. Gantt Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. She is currently on the board of The Light Factory.
As an arts advocate and public speaker, Logan has presented numerous lectures and artists conversations across the country. She recently spoke at the Tweed Museum in Duluth Minnesota and was a presenter at Pecha Kucha Charlotte, and TedX Charlotte.