The 2022 Southern Art and Craft Trail will run from Saturday 24 September to Sunday 9 October. We have 300 artists exhibiting at 55 venues across the Greater Southern region. Entries are now closed for the 2022 Art Trail. Put a note in your diary for next year if you missed out getting an application in. Don’t forget you will need to renew your membership by 1 April 2023 to be eligible to enter the 20th Anniversary Art Trail in 2023. Keep an eye on this website and follow us Facebook and/or Instagram to keep up to date.
The 2022 Southern Art and Craft Trail booklet is currently available by clicking on the picture below. A flip book is also available here.
ASWA is a Member focussed not-for-profit organisation that runs on an annual ‘break even’ financial model. We are aware that members might face difficulty from ‘natural perils’ during their membership period and during the annual Art Trail, including COVID restrictions.
As any COVID restrictions and other external forces are completely out of our control, we will support members with information as required to help them through this unpredictable time. We wish everyone the very best experience during their arts practice going forward.
2022 Southern Art and Craft Trail Map
This 12-month Map has dozens of Art and Craft outlets and venues shown so that the traveller will know exactly where to stop to find original works of art and craft. Journey through and explore the greater southern region of WA and discover the works of over 100 artists. Create your own ‘Art Trail’, visiting the natural environment, and drop in to sample delicious food and wine on the way.
The Southern Regions Art and Craft Map is available from many south west tourist centres, wineries, cafes, retail outlets and galleries.
Click here to download the latest map.