Southeast - Southwest highlights the resilience of migrant communities that bring a unique flavour to the Southwest Sydney region. Curated by emerging curator, Cara Lopez and Casula Powerhouse curator, Adam Porter.
Every Dog Will Have Its Day is a group exhibition of ten contemporary Australian artists exploring the emotional connection between people and dogs. Curated by emerging curators Sophia Cai (VIC) and Kathleen Linn (NSW).
Al Jaale'ah: locally global is a community and cultural engagement program and exhibition by artist, Shireen Taweel and influenced by young Islamic women from Secondary schools in the Liverpool region.
Drawing upon the 50 year anniversary of the 1967 Referendum, Faith is an exhibition inspired by Faith Bandler AC (1918 – 2015), an activist who was instrumental in the fight for acknowledgement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia.
The Motion Room is a collection of projects that use design thinking to inquire into the needs of a community, develop innovative solutions alongside community members, and to test and to refine those solutions directly with the community and service providers.
Best-selling author, comedian and ABC Radio Sydney Mornings presenter Wendy Harmer has curated an exhibition from the Casula Powerhouse Collection of over 5,000 artworks. Casula Secrets reveals the interesting and mysterious stories of Casula.