We pay our respects to the Dharawal people who are the traditional custodians of the land, whose deepening connection to culture and customs have cared for this country for over 60,000 years. We acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging for their immense spiritual connection to place which was never ceded.

Dharawal land has always been recognised as a meeting place for people from other lands, and in this spirit we respectfully continue this tradition through the bringing together of our communities through arts and culture.

Always was and Always will be Aboriginal land.  

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Artist Marvin Gaye Chetwynd works with students at Campbelltown Performing Arts High School to create her work for The List, 2014. Photo by Zan Wimberley

In-school visits or incursions are offered to students who are not able to visit C-A-C and as an introduction prior to excursion, or as a review following excursion to the arts centre.

Incursions can take the form of an artist talk, a practical workshop facilitated by an artist or arts educator, a presentation about an exhibition or program, or a careers presentation from a C-A-C staff member.

Presentations or artist talks can be provided to full year groups or assemblies. Practical workshops or talks involving Q&A can be provided to a class of up to 25 students, and up to 4 separate classes, on a single day.

Costs are dependent, based on format, student numbers, artist availability and details of incursion.

A limited number of incursions will be provided at no extra cost, as part of school excursion bookings throughout 2016.