Southern Tablelands Arts works with our members, makers & creative communities. Energising and supporting the living culture of the Southern Highlands & Tablelands of NSW through a program of activities and events. We create, educate and advocate for the arts in the region.

Jennifer Lamb

This week we caught up with Jennifer Lamb OAM as she prepares for the sold out premiere of her play Journey Through Country directed by

Sally O’Neill

While Goulburn glows in a lilac hue STA catch up with Sally O’Neill at her studio. The first week of Covid lockdown, my life turned

Isy Cappo

This week we caught up with Isy Cappo a young singer/songwriter from Goulburn. Isy has been achieving great things with her music and was recently

Waste to Art Exhibition

This week STA helped with the install of the Waste to Art Exhibition at the Old Post office in Picton.  The Exhibition is open from

Be part of the way foward

Federal Government enquiry into the creative industry sector. Take part in shaping the future of our Arts and Creative Industries sector by telling the Federal

Arts and Culture Survey

The Southern Highlands Arts and Culture Stakeholder Group in association with The SHAC has commissioned research into the value of arts, culture and heritage across

Traditional Weaving

Traditional Cultural Weaving Ronnie’ is a Kalkadoon woman from Mt Isa. She is a qualified professional weaver. This workshop will give participants a hands-on experience


Join the fourth and final Artstate conversation in Wagga Wagga! If you are wishing to attend the conference we encourage you to book now, as

Oct 17 Crash Test Drama

Melting Pot Theatre Presents CRASH TEST DRAMA Round 4 2020 Eight original short plays will be presented and recorded in the Bundanoon Hall. A limited

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We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the lands where we create, live & work.

Southern Tablelands Arts acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the lands where we create, live & work.