Katherine Regional Arts is a community arts and cultural development organisation based in Katherine.
We offer a variety of arts opportunities for both artists and non-artists in the region. We aim to bring people together through arts activities to develop relationships and strengthen our sense of community.
Get involved in Katherine Regional Arts
By becoming a member, you are supporting Katherine Regional Arts to continue to deliver great community arts projects in the Katherine Region.
Annual General Member
Annual Studio Member
Annual Community Group Member
Katherine Regional Arts hosts a variety of fun and inclusive events for the Katherine Region
21 May @ 5pm
Come and discover the joy of creative expression and experimentation and make new friends while you’re at it! All levels of skill and experience more than welcome.
27 May @ 5pm
Led by local Katherine creative Julia Walsh, the Katherine Pop Choir is open to anyone who wants to express themselves through the joy of popular song – no prior singing experience necessary!
Katherine Regional Arts is a not for profit organisation established in 2000
Supporting local artists and facilitating community cultural development in the region.
Want to know what we have been up to? We regularly post news, photos and videos of our projects across the Katherine region.
Katherine Regional Arts is excited to announce Friday 31 May to Sunday 2 June as the dates for Katherine Town’s biggest, best and most sustainable arts festival – the Junk …
The Katherine Regional Arts Studio provides practical and affordable opportunities for the community to develop and practice their interest in the visual arts. We offer workshops run by skilled artists and host Open Studio’s for self-guided practice.
Our studio space includes screen-printing facilities, print press, kiln and wide variety of materials including paints, pastels and charcoals; clay and glazes; lino; and more!
Our beautiful Solar Cinema is part of an international network of solar powered mobile cinemas. The Solar Cinema consists of a huge 7m x 5m inflatable screen which allows us to pack the trailer and take this beast to sites in Katherine, bush blocks, remote communities, and beyond!