About the Casula Powerhouse Collection
The Liverpool Collection, managed by Casula Powerhouse and Liverpool Regional Museum, boasts an extensive collection of over 30,000 artworks and heritage objects which reflect the great diversity of cultures that make up the City of Liverpool.
The focus of the collection is to build a legacy from the creativity and commitment of emerging and established artists and showcase artworks that engage, entertain and challenge audiences across the community.
The collection also has a traditional focus built on the responsibility of preserving Liverpool’s rich history. Established with the Museum’s opening in 1989, the Collection has grown to include items of great historical significance associated with the dynasties that lived in Collingwood and the communities of the greater Liverpool region.
Casula Powerhouse and Liverpool Regional Museum are registered to receive gifts of objects as artworks under the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program.