Kaltjiti Arts is located in Fregon, APY Lands, in the far north of South Australia. It lies 350 kilometres southeast of Uluru and 500 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs in the remote north-west of South Australia.
Over its long history, Kaltjiti has built a reputation for combining tradition with contemporary art making practices. The artists are individual in their styles, but all are united by a love of colour, Country, and storytelling.
As a desert art studio it defies pigeon-holing, having reinvented itself several times as new art and craft skills were brought into the community. Across the decades, the artists have adopted and adapted various media including hook-rugs, batik, ceramics, carving, weaving, Tjanpi (grass) sculptures, printmaking and painting, with the younger generations now taking to new media.