Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (1 Powerhouse Road, Casula NSW) reopens it's doors on Sunday 15 November 2020 and launches straight into four positive, powerful and exciting NEW exhibitions, following the restoration of theKoori Floor. Exhibition dates are as follows. Follow the links for full details.
The Gil Farla event honours the life and work of the late Gil Farla who unexpectedly passed away from a short illness in July of this year. It was made possible by the support of her family and the Casula Powerhouse Scholarship Prize, which was awarded to her last year at the 22nd Annual Liverpool Art Society Exhibition.
Djon Mundine's new video serves as a memorial to the spirit and beauty of three billion native creatures in Australia that have died in the devastating bushfires of 2019-2020. Many will become extinct in our lifetime; their story captured by a proud Bandjalung man from the Northern Rivers of New South Wales.
See the work of artists responding to the 2020 theme of Always Was, Always Will Be at the Mil-Pra AECG Exhibition. There's a variety of artworks, from paintings to ceramics and sculptural pieces from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists of all ages living in both NSW and the ACT. The Liverpool Art Society Exhibition will also have a variety of art in various mediums, showcasing, promoting and celebrating the creative talent of the local Liverpool region.
There are many other current exhibitions running at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, which you'll find here. Aside from exhibitions, you'll find a plethora of choices in Art Activities, Music, Films, Workshops and more. There are art activity sheets the kids would love here, that introduces the young ones to a variety of concepts and fascinating art techniques.
NAIDOC Week is also being celebrated with a few events which you'll find here. Included are the following, with bookings essential for the online film screenings. Trailers here.
Wed 11 Nov 2pm - Music performances by ELEEA, Deline Briscoe and Jaydan Lillyist