WE HAVE MOVED BACK TO 6 PEARCE STREET
After years of discussions and planning, and after 11 months of building we have finally moved back to our old address, but into a brand spanking new centre and gallery located at 6 Pearce Street in Katherine. The new centre now boasts a huge gallery and retail spaces, administration offices and two art studios. Our
We are now local stockists for KIP & CO x BABBARRA!
This beautiful range of bedding and homewares are only available in-store, so pop into 34 Katherine Terrace. To buy online please visit: https://babbarra.com/ or https://kipandco.com.au/
WE HAVE MOVED! VISIT US AT 34 KATHERINE TERRACE!
In anticipation for the construction of our fabulous new building. We have relocated to the heart of Katherine. Pop in for a visit along the main street, we are now located at 34 KATHERINE TERRACE! Pictured: Staff member – Risha McDonald (Mayali)
Tired, old and marred by two floods: Mimi Arts demolition set in motion (Katherine Times Article)
Mimi Art’s new home will be built from native string-bark cut from the Aboriginal owned and operated Gumatj saw mill near Nhulunbuy. Picture: Supplied. The NT Government’s plans to convert the 1.3 million square kilometres of the Territory into an exhibition 65,000 years in the making is starting in Katherine with the complete re-development of
2020 – That’s a wrap!
On behalf of our board members, staff and artists. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Christmas/New Years Closure
Closed from: 4:30pm-18th DEC 2020
Re-Open: 8:30am – 11th JAN 2021
*Please note, all on-line purchases will be processed from the 11th January 2021.
Mimi Arts & Crafts one step closer to $2 million upgrade
Mimi Aboriginal Art and Craft in Katherine is one step closer in its transformation today, with the design tender release as part of the NT Government’s $30 million Arts Trail Regional Gallery Extension Program.