Gallery: Cutie Patooties by Claire Cummings, Grace Taylor, Pey Chi and Tegan Iversen.

October 26 2018
Courthouse Youth Arts
60 Little Malop Street
Geelong, VIC 3220 Australia
October 26 - November 23

Western Edge Youth Arts presents: Share House & 2K (Double Feature)

November 22 2018
Courthouse Youth Arts
60 Little Malop Street
Geelong, VIC 3220 Australia
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Irene Bakulikira is Antigone

This October 26th, audiences will be treated to a performance like no other! Antigone, presented by WEYA, (Western Edge Youth Arts) devised and performed by the Geelong Edge ensemble, is an original and interactive theatre performance. We’re in Thebes, a modern state. When Polynices, a young African activist, is shot dead by police, President Creon and […]

Volunteering & Work Experience @ CHYA

Parker, our production prodigy and helping hand here at Courthouse, has kicked off his third week with us and things are looking good. Parker Janetzki is a year 11 VCAL student of St. Ignatius Secondary College. He has a love for music and a passion for sound production. It’s that same love of music that […]

Please vote for us in ‘Pick My Project’ to #supportthemakers

You may have seen the ‘Pick my Project’ concepts floating around, and here at Courthouse Youth Arts we’ve entered two into the public-voted competition. At the core of our programming at Courthouse Youth Arts is creating opportunities, platforms and events for individuals aged 12-26. Pivotal to that happening is the funding we receive as an […]


Last night was fantastic. We’ve done a few of these stops now and yours was easily the most supportive venue we’ve worked with!

Sam Butcher – Road to Refuge

A really amazing group of people doing a lot of fantastic projects always has something thought-provoking and is allowing young/emerging artists to make interesting work to show to a wider community! Very awesome.

Mean Scott

Exhibiting with Courthouse Youth Arts is very encouraging as an emerging artist because they create high standard exhibitions, handling and showing the artwork with value and care. The way they operate makes this opportunity accessible to young artists that otherwise would not be able to afford such an exhibition.

Michelle Clarke

A wonderful asset for the Geelong community. A truly inclusive, welcoming innovative space. Courthouse Youth Arts is a truly important space for young people in the Geelong community looking for a step up towards their art dreams.

Kimberley Pickett

I had an exhibition held at the Courthouse gallery and the experience was an amazing one. Wonderful people and a wonderful atmosphere, what this group does for the youth of Geelong is outstanding.

Lydia Semjanov

An amazing group, 100% support of youth art! Will go well out of there way to lend a hand.

Josh Demajo

Staff were professional and helpful when I exhibited my work here in 2016.

Jemma Cakebread

There is something so exciting about being around people who make things happen and Courthouse facilitates this type of creative activity. The people at CHYA are supportive and warm, letting you have your voice and expression whilst providing guidance.

Miranda Jarvis

Pleasure to show here, amazing and adaptable curator as well as a wonderful community and important role in the Geelong art scene.

Joshua Maxwell de Hoog

Such an amazing platform for young people – with a wonderful curator that lends to the welcoming atmosphere. Be sure to give it a look!

Pascalle Bailey

It was one of my least stressful shows because everything went so smoothly.

Frances Cannon

Such and amazing creative community to work with and an absolute pleasure to collaborate with fellow young artists

Jessica Costa