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Are you a millennial brimming with creative talent? Do you have a passion to produce a dream music festival or art exhibition? Maybe you’re just looking for a way to reconcile your love of the arts with a potential career. Well then, you’ve come to the right place!

We are on the lookout for young individuals, aged 15-25, to join CPAC (Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre) Youth. CPAC Youth is a committee that promotes the value of young people’s involvement in the arts by providing events and opportunities to make your ideas come to life.

With experience in theatre, visual arts, curation, music and creative writing, CPAC Youth are able to help you build a creative portfolio, realise and share your ideas, and make a positive impact on the South West Sydney Arts community.

So what are you waiting for?! Shoot us an email to let us know why you want to join or follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for more information about upcoming events.

What’s there to enjoy about CPAC Youth?

I enjoy the opportunity to get involved in the different events, in particular seeing the effort that is going into building the local arts community and being able to socialise with other people who share an interest in art. – Melanie, 21

I get the opportunity to step out of what I usually do, I enjoy the creativity and the comfortable environment that CPAC Youth creates. -  Vivien, 16

If you are interested in being a part of CPAC Youth, contact us today and let us know why you want to join!
Click here to apply 

Email: cpacyouth@casulapowerhouse.com // cpacyouth@gmail.com
Social media: Facebook // Instagram

Meet the CPAC Youth

Administrative Lead: Kelly-Ann Standley
Marketing Manager: Joyce Anne Cabinilla
Social Media Manager: Madeline De Leon
Treasurer: Stephanie Nguyen
Project Leads: Polly Burridge, Konrad Ryzak, Melanie Thomas

CPAC Youth Members
Kelly-Ann Standley, Polly Burridge, Joyce Anne Cabanilla, Madeline De Leon, Stephanie Nguyen, Kim Ngan Huyuh, Konrad Ryzak, Melanie Thomas, Priya Clark, Amira Halabi, Ba An Le, Sweta Mudlia, Phu Nguyen, Genaro Luis Alanis, Yvette Huynh, Allan Tu.