Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) is a multi-arts centre that serves as the principal cultural facility of Liverpool City Council. The award-winning architecture of this converted power station contains six galleries, a large fully-equipped theatre that doubles as a cinema, on-site restaurant, smaller flexible performance space, artists’ studio and residence, kids’ studio and ceramics studio. The building sits on more than 20 hectares of parkland beside two kilometres of the Georges River.
CPAC delivers and supports a multi-arts and cultural program that includes contemporary and traditional exhibitions, public and education programs, festivals, theatre, live music, comedy and cabaret, film screenings, mentoring and professional development programs, cultural engagement and new commissions.
CPAC has a commitment to engaging with Western Sydney artists and audiences and the extraordinarily diverse range of communities that comprise this unique region. Liverpool’s people come from more than 150 different birthplaces and speak more than 140 languages.
The CPAC youth committee is membership-based and comes together regularly. It provides an