Stories from the Studio: CTC Robertson with Katie Fagan

The CTC in Robertson is a place blooming with creativity and community spirt. We join Centre Manager, Katie Fagan at the centre for a full tour.

The centre boasts a cafe, tech hub, vibrant exhibitions program and more.

STA are excited to announce CTC Robertson as our Wingecaribee venue partners for the STA Mobile Office Program in 2023. We will be hanging out there and available for community appointments on the second Friday of every month. Read more about the program and get all the dates and locations. 

STA supported the creation of the public art at the front of the building facilitated by local artist Celeste Cooke and Gundungurra elder, Auntie Val Mulcahy.

 The CTC Pathways artwork was completed in 2006 and features potatoes and words in the Gundungurra language. The work was created with the help of  more than 200 community members.  

Find out more about the Artist and the Pathway Project

The CTC hosts regular exhibitions of visual art and music performances. If you’re a creative who would like to know more have a look here.

During our visit the following exhibitions were on display. Reimagined by Sonia O’Shea, Jim O’Shea and Barbara Combe & 
Simplicity Meets the Modern World by Jharrad Agius. Check out the current offering. 

Why not stop into the CTC Robertson for a cuppa and learn about the varied program of comunity support the centre offers. 

The Robertson CTC is located 
at 58-60 Hoddle Street Robertson and is open
Thurs to Fri 10am – 4pm
Sat 9am -1pm.

Check out the website for more information

or their FACBOOK page

The regualr Music Café is a relaxed space to listen to talented local musicians while enjoying coffee and cake, or a glass of Centennial wine on a Saturday afternoon. See all upcoming events

[email protected]
0405 339 838  
Or by appointment at one of our
Mobile Office locations

PO Box 1323 Goulburn 2580
ABN 67 208 214 681


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

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