What’s On

STA  promotes events right across the region for members and member organisations living within our six partner council areas. 
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Can’t stop them writing poetry? STA and Reframe present V2A poetry workshops with Wynn Beard
25 Jan – Bowral 3pm – 5pm
27 Jan – Bargo 3pm – 5pm

Term 1 2022 A group of venerable singers who get together and sing in Yass with Heather Bullock. BOOK NOW

13 Feb – 3 April Beyond Ordinary Contemporary Women Makers at Sturt gallery

STA Screen
Bi-monthly films at the Goulburn Workers Club. First up is a school holiday screening of Spirited Away

Holiday Workshops
Badge making, poetry and zines. Check out what’s on for kids and youth this summer.

2022 Classes in burlesque, exotica and Dancefit at Vixen and Vamp in Picton. 


14 January Ash Grunwald at Bowral Bowling Club  launching his new album “Shout into the Noise.

14 January Playing Beattie Botanicals at the SHAC Robertson. A wonderland-esque adventure, where traditional botanical study meets contemporary technique.

Enrolments Open Now at Hume Conservatorium Learn guitar, singing, piano or flute. Join community choirs, concert band, rock bands, string ensemble and our new music theatre club, as well as many music groups for the littlies!  Creative Kids Vouchers accepted!

Until 31 January Ric Abel – Colins & The Cats  at Spud Lane Studios. This new body of work gently explores PTSD in the fire and rescue service.


Community Events    

11am-12.30pm 14 Jan Badge Making with STA at Gunning Library. Get creative and design some artwork to make badges. No bookings just turn up.

12 & 13 Feb Goulburn Club Blues Weekend. Numbers are limited so get in quick for a cruisy blues weekend.

Until 7 Feb Artists of the Round Yard exhibition X Pollination at Retford Park.

Until 29 Jan The Young Society of Artists present Hilltops Cherry Time Exhibition at Burrangong Gallery. 

13 Feb – 3 April Beyond Ordinary Contemporary Women Makers at Sturt gallery
5 – 19 March 2022 Sculpture@Shaw in Yass Valley sculptures by local and internationally renowned artists set in the rolling paddocks at Shaw Wines in Murrumbateman, NSW.

19 March Boorowa Irish Woolfest Includes the world famous Running of the Sheep

14 -26 March 2022 Noises Off at Melting Pot Theatre Bundanoon

29 April – 1 May The Appleton Ladies’ Potato Race from Highlands Theatre Groups as part of the Robertson Potato Festival. 
Sept 2022 Irish & Celtic Music Festival Yass Valley. A mostly walking precinct sets the scene in the centre of town for music, poetry, dance, Celtic markets and good CRAIC, in unique historic venues in the Yass Valley. 
Check out our directory of local markets featuring makers and creators from around the region. 

Regular Events

Whitewall Art Projects

A permanent art experience located in Historic Berrima in the Southern Highlands. The purpose built space, previously the Bell Gallery,

Sturt Gallery

Home to the world class Sturt School for Wood, Sturt offers a wide range of courses and workshops across all disciplines and at all

Mental Gallery

Dynamic gallery actively celebrating that every individual and community can benefit from having the arts in their life.

Bowral Art Gallery

Exhibitions as well as an impressive program of classes and workshops for adults and children

Gallery on Track

Displays and sells arts and crafts created by artists and artisans located in the Southern Tablelands, Blue Mountains and Southern

Head to a Visitor’s Centre in the region to help plan your weekend. 

Creative South

Your guide to exploring vast, vibrant, creative Southern NSW.


Your portal to a world of creative opportunities across regional NSW. 

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PO Box 1323 Goulburn 2580
ABN 67 208 214 681

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