Carcoar School of Arts
The Carcoar School of Arts is a community run facility which is available for meetings and functions. The premises are fully insured and contain a fully equipped kitchen, disability access, audio visual equipment and a stage. The main hall can accomodate up to one hundred persons. The most recent of Carcoar's public buildings, the hall has been a focus for gatherings for well over a century and in the past it has also housed the Municipal Council Chambers, billiard room and lending library. Internally, at the southern end of the building, is a large mural which forms the stage backdrop. The mural was painted by local artist Liz Darmody and is based on the work of Evan Lumme who, during the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth centuries, chronicled life in the district through his photography.
For bookings and details of hiring fees contact Linda Williams on 6367 3125