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
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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)
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
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 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.