Projects

We work with our six contributing councils, community groups and artists to create programs and projects creating opportunities for artists, arts workers and communities to engage, connect and create. 

Current

Virtual to Actual

Connects performance poets and young people through online workshops and performance opportunities.

Waste 2 Art 4 Kids

A fun anytime project led by Al Phemister. With a few tips and a little inspiration start turning waste into art.

Waste to Art Exhibition

Illuminate Wollondilly Waste to Art Exhibition and Competition, which is inspiring people to think differently about waste, litter and over consumption through creative thinking.

 Indigenous Weaving

with Kalkadoon artist Ronnie Jordan as part of the Goulburn 2020 program.

Stories from the Studio

Every Friday evening on social media STA catches up with a local artist in their studio. 

Goulburn 2020

A joint project with History Goulburn and Goulburn Mulwaree Council. Exploring the journeys, intersections and connections between people and place through the Wallandili to Weereewaa landscape, noting that 1820 marks the start of new waves of migration within the region

Goulburn Film Group

Goulburn film group screens up to 8 films a year in partnership with Lilac City Cinema in Goulburn.

Dance for Wellbeing is therapeutic dance and movement program for people living with disability available in Goulburn and Picton. You can also participate via Zoom.

2020

Waste to Art Workshop

A hands on two day creative workshop delivered by STA  turning waste into art.

Toy BUSTing

Freya Jobbins show you how to get inspired by unwanted materials like small plastic toys and other discarded objects to create our own sculptures.

Waste to Art Competition

Enter the Waste to Art exhibition and Competition. Open until the 12 September. Exhibition opens on the 28 September. 

2019

Creative Fitness

Can arts practices help with fitness, and get us moving, connecting and progressing with our fitness journeys? Studies have shown that engaging in arts activities can have tremendous advantages for health and well-being.  

Great Southern Line Anzac Project

Three commemorative public artworks are located at the railway stations at Picton, Moss Vale and Goulburn. The artworks commemorate the war service of railway workers of the Southern Tablelands who enlisted in WW1 and returned to work on the Great Southern Line after the war.

Habitat Corridors

Twenty workshop participants gathered Saturday morning at Murrumburrah’s Old Court House to learn about the importance of connecting habitats for wildlife and to create artworks that reflect on the diversity of habitat ‘corridors’ and the wildlife using them.

Maisie’s Choir

Maisie’s Choir was instigated by Southern Tablelands Arts following a successful funding application in 2014 for a creative ageing project for older people in the Yass Valley. 

2018

Under Construction

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