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Tel: 02 8711 7123

E-Mail: reception@casulapowerhouse.com

1 Powerhouse Road, Casula NSW 2170



TUESDAYS | 7:00PM - 9:00PM

MONTHLY SUNDAY | 10:30 - 1:30PM 


In collaboration with Liverpool Art Society, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre hosts life drawing classes every Tuesday night. Relax and draw in your own style with a facilitator on hand for further advice. Participants of all levels of ability are welcome.


We now also offer Life Drawing on the third Sunday of every month with a long pose for more detailed works.

Participants can move around for different views of the model if they don’t want to focus on one work.


All participants need to bring their own drawing materials, but easels, donkeys and drawing boards are provided as well as some light refreshments.


Tickets: LAS Members $10; Non-members $15


Dates: Every Tuesday in February to December

Session Time: 7:00PM - 9:00PM

Duration: 2 hours

Age Suitability / ClassificationAges 18 +


For any inquiries please e-mail us at reception@casulapowerhouse.com



The current Liverpool Art Society Inc. was formed in 1997 by Josephine Mula, Margaret Beadle and Jacqueline Gwynne. 


Even though there had been an Art group in the 70's and a Liverpool Art Prize which was held every year (run by Rotary & Liverpool Council), by the 90's there was no Art Society.


In early 1997, to address this pressing need, Josephine Mula, a current Life Member, called a public meeting at the Liverpool City Library. This meeting was so well attended that an inaugural meeting was held at Liverpool City Library on 8 April, 1997 and the Liverpool Art Society was formed. 


The first classes were held in local community centres, and Life Drawing classes began and were sponsored by Casula Powerhouse.


In August, 1998 the Society held its first Annual Exhibition at the Casula Powerhouse and CPAC continues to support LAS in many ways, including with the Annual Exhibition.


From the original 26 members, the Society has grown to more than 150 (including 8 of the original 1997 members) and is continuing to flourish despite the fact that it has no premises of its own. Meetings, classes and workshops are held in hired community facilities.