About Strathearn Arts
Strathearn Arts is constituted as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). Our charitable status means that any profits go back into supporting the continued work of Strathearn Arts and improvements to the facilities.
At Strathearn Arts we strive to deliver vibrant, inclusive, memorable arts experiences and we want everyone who engages with us to feel that. Driven by our programme, facilities, and through our coordinating role in the local artistic community, Strathearn has developed a wide reputation as a cultural destination.
Our home is the former public library in Comrie Street, Crieff, but the building’s history goes back even further. The sprung floor in the main auditorium is evidence of its original use as a dance hall – a place where live music would have been enjoyed. So it’s appropriate that once again it plays host to live music events and tea dances as well as theatre, comedy performances, visual art workshops, art exhibitions, dance classes and film.
Interested in joining us?
Our team of volunteers drawn from the local community are vital to the success of Strathearn Arts.
They contribute their time, energy, skills and enthusiasm in a variety of ways – both seen and unseen– to make sure that we can open our doors and welcome the numbers who cross the threshold annually. If you would like to help Strathearn Arts flourish by offering your time and skills, whether it’s a few hours a month or on a more regular basis, then get in touch.
Gordon Wright – Chairman | Barry Hargrave – Treasurer | Fiona Warrender – Secretary | Helen Lewis-McPhee | Louisa Rattrie | Kim Osborne | Megan Rawcliffe