CASULA POWERHOUSE WORKSHOPS
Our Public Programs and Education Team has designed a range of activities that will enable you to channel your creativity in Term 4. On advice from the NSW State Government and health officials, we have been able to re-open our doors. We have considered the capacity of each workshop to ensure that we adhere to social distancing rules (1.5 metres). Participants must continue to comply with the NSW Government’s social distancing and hygiene requirements.
Whether you’re a new or returning participant to programs at Casula Powerhouse, remember that you can use Creative Kids Vouchers to subsidise workshop fees. More details can be found here.
For Bookings / General enquiries
phone (02) 8711 7123
KinderGarden is the first step in a lifelong journey of exploration, play and making. It’s a hands-on creative playgroup for ages 2-5 where young ones can squish, squash, colour and make. We work in a group for some parts of the class and then break away for individual exploration. At the end of each session you will have a take-home artwork, make sure you’ve got magnets for the fridge!
Our Art School program for 6-9 year olds builds on your child’s natural creative inclinations and explores the joys of a diverse range of art mediums. This tactile sensory process promotes self-confidence in creative expression immersed in an experimental approach to art education. Your child will explore form, colour and design and look at artists throughout history.
Move over, Banksy. Forever Young is a program that encourages learning about different artist’s practices and street art. You will be guided in learning new street art techniques culminating in creating your own street-artwork to be displayed on the tanks outside of Casula Powerhouse. We can't wait to see some of the incredible street art!
Make & Create Art Club is an informal, project based art program. This program allows you to expand on your skills and understanding of a variety of different mediums. In each session you get to explore different mediums ranging from ink, pencil and ceramics. This program is about engaging adults to make and create artworks and explore mediums they are passionate about. It is about creating a community of engaged art-makers. It is overseen by Simon Wheeldon, one of our educators.
Creative Connections is an open studio based program for participants living with mental health concerns. This is a welcoming and inclusive group which encourages exploration with materials, subjects and process.