CASULA Powerhouse is the first venue to host a contemporary exhibition showcasing a unique relationship between art and women in sport.
Digital media students from Westfields Sports High School have their work on show at the exhibition.
The recent opening of the Women in Sport exhibition has proved popular with the community and is open until March 24.
Governor-General Quentin Bryce visited the Casula Powerhouse last Wednesday.
She met many students and saw their work at the exhibition and spent time touring the powerhouse.
Sportspeople, school students and sports lovers are drawn to the exhibition.
There are two other major events being held as part of the Women in Sport Initiative, including a Girls Get Active Schools' Gala Day on Friday, March 8.
There are 20 schools attending which will include guest speakers and a question and answer time with prominent Australian women athletes.
This will be followed by a Women in Sport Forum on Saturday, March 15, and Sunday, March 16.
The two-day event is led by high-profile speakers and representatives from the sporting and arts communities, discussing a raft of issues such as the Onside Exhibition, women's participation in sport and the role of parenting the athlete.
Former top swimmer and dual Olympian Elka Graham is one of the guest speakers.
Casula Arts Centre director Kiersten Fishburn said the month-long exhibition and forums will help raise the profile and contributions women make in sport.
"The Women in Sport initiative is a unique project which examines the complex issues relating to women and sport through an arts and cultural lens," Ms Fishburn said.