CHYA provides a platform for young and emerging artists to take creative risk and to conceive relevant and contemporary programming in a creative and inclusive environment.
Visual Arts is one of the key mediums within Courthouse Youth Arts’ framework. The Courthouse Youth Arts Gallery has become a place that Geelong artists – both emerging and established – know and love. The gallery itself has now become an important part of the Geelong art culture – it’s become the go-to venue for finding and showcasing previously unknown artists. Courthouse Youth Arts is proud to supply such a venue and showcase Geelong’s emerging talent – Geelong is full to the brim of outstanding young artists of all mediums, and we’re more than happy to lend a hand to showcase their work.
Annabelle Mannings CHYA MAIN GALLERY EXHIBITION Opening night: Friday 17th August 6PM – 8PM Exhibition runs until September 14th Annabelle…
In amidst the busy workload of studying Geospatial Science at RMIT, Fila Losi sat down and created a collection of…
Joshua Maxwell de Hoog is no stranger to the Courthouse Youth Arts space, having exhibited numerous times in our gallery….
Recently moving to Geelong, Dean de Landre held his first co-exhibition in Geelong at Courthouse Youth Arts alongside Miranda Jarvis….
Growing up as a creative child, Abbey Dempster often spent her time making cards and letters that she would send…
- "It was a fantastic opportunity to be involved with mediums collaborating as a team in order to create a ground breaking performance, of which we were all proud to share with the community of Geelong."
- "Working on VOICEBOX was a tremendous experience; collaborating with artists from different fields to create an amazing, original piece of performance art."
- "It was truly a creative collaboration between the artists across all mediums and to witness and be part of such an enthusiastic team was truly inspiring. "
- "VOICEBOX is the kind of rare creative platform that is capable of bringing together the best emerging talent and granting them the exposure they need to the rigours and rewards of professional artistic practice."