The Gallery

The Courthouse Gallery+Studio is a Town of Port Hedland facility, and The Junction Co. deliver services on the Town’s behalf. Located in the central Portside precinct of Port Hedland, the Gallery features floor to ceiling exhibition space and showcases local and regional emerging and established artists. View the full program below.

The Studio

The Courthouse Studio+Studio has a number of dedicated makers studios to support the ongoing development of creative enterprise and artistic practice, including a Maker’s Studio, ceramics studio, photography studio + tech lab and an artist-in-rsidence studio. The Stockroom and Store are the facility’s retail platforms for artwork and locally produced wares.


A hands on experience

Our Strategy

Always one step ahead

In an ever changing environment, The Junction Co. are agile to ensuring exhibitions, art+craft programming and creative development reach those who need it most, our regional communities. 

The Junction Co. have developed a program framework to capacity-build regional creatives and provide platforms for the broader community to engage with the creative industries.

There are two distinct facilitated learning pathways for creatives to extend their knowledge and skill growth through formal and informal education points: Creative Enterprise and Artistic Excellence.

You can access our support via online tutorials hosted on this website (head over to What’s Happening to engage), connect with other artists and creative enterprises via our Facebook groups, or participate in person at selected sites across the Pilbara, including the Port Hedland Courthouse Gallery+Studio.

Artist in residence

Siobhan Kelley

Light is the most important consideration in the landscape paintings of Pilbara based artist Siobhan Kelley. Her paintings in acrylic reflect a visual diary that records her daily observations of colour, light and movement upon the land. The evenings and early mornings are her favourite times to paint, when the land appears to breath and the sun, low in the horizon, transforms the colours.


Kelley has been short listed for a number of art prized including the Fleurieu Peninsula Water Prize, The Paddington Art Prize, The Mosman Art Prize, The ANL Maritime Art Prize, The Cossack Art Award, The Hedland Art Award, the Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery Research Week Art Prize and most recently the Art Piece Gallery 30×30 Art Prize.

Kelly has been an Artist in Residence at The Gate Keepers Cottage, Police Point and The Melbourne Aquarium and has Completed a Master of Visual Arts at VCA.

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