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. If you are a maker or cultural organisation in our area reach out to connect with us about how we can support your next creative project or how you can get involved.
Current & Ongoing
Listen in at Highland FM, on the third Friday of every month as STA Executive Director Rose Marin joins host Adam Stokeld, for Lyrics @ Lunch 12-2pm. Great music, Arts news and friendly chat.
CASP (currently closed)
STA Country Arts Support Scheme is our annual community grant program that supports grass roots arts projects in our community. Submissions open in the last half of next year for projects happening over next calendar year. See the projects funded by CASP for 2021
The “Bee Aware” project is unique in that it combined environmental education with hands-on art making. The project increased awareness of the vital role Native Australian Solitary bees perform in the environment.
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.
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.
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.
We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the lands where we create, live & work.
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