Southern Art & Craft Trail

The 2021 Southern Art and Craft Trail will run from Saturday 25th September to Sunday 10th October.

If you are living in the greater southern region of WA and are an artist, art group, retail outlet with art or a gallery, you can become part of the 2021 Southern Art and Craft Trail. Download your Application Form here.

Should the 2021 Southern Art and Craft Trail be cancelled due to COVID-19 or any other unforeseen circumstance, all Art Trail entry fees will be refunded.

The Southern Art + Craft Trail will be in its 18th year, and increases in participation each year. The 2021 Southern Art and Craft Trail towns will include Albany, Torbay, Denmark, Walpole, Manjimup, Lake Grace, Kojonup, Cranbrook, Katanning, Gnowangerup, Hopetoun and more.

Traditionally, over 80 different venues, including cafes, wineries, galleries, local businesses, community halls, libraries, art centres, studios and pop-up spaces will exhibit artworks. The variety of Venues and range of professional Artists will show huge diversity. From textiles, painting, sculpture and jewellery, to printmaking, photography, pottery and woodcraft are on display.

Artists will hold demonstrations and talks within their working studio context, incorporating an overall sense of welcome and community spirit.

The ArtSouthWA website enables visitors to find artists geographically and read about their works. They can also interact through Facebook and Instagram.

15,000 copies of the professionally designed Art Trail Booklet will be distributed across an area as detailed above. It can be found in multiple locations throughout the Southern Regions from mid August 2021. You will find it in Visitor Centres, Libraries, Local Councils, Galleries, Cafes and other ‘arty’ outlets. It will guide you through the complete two weeks of the Southern Art and Craft Trail, showing you where and how to discover amazing artworks.

2019 Art and Craft Trail