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An exhibition exploring what it means to be human during a time of technological acceleration.
Dungeons and Flagons At Home
Forge friendships and bring your fantasy to life at this online Dungeons and Dragons event.
Jurassic World by Brickman
An adventure 6 million LEGO® bricks in the making.
Queen Vic Market – Mini Market Series
Explore some of the market’s hidden gems.
Entertain the whole family over the school holidays with these kid-friendly events and activities.
Ghosts? What Ghosts!
Brace yourself for bone-strumming tales of unexplained sights after dark.
Seeing the Invisible
An ambitious exhibition of artworks created with augmented reality (AR) technology.
Becoming You: An incomplete Guide
An exhibition of Australian coming-of-age stories.
Jasmine Grace: Ebb and Flow
A new exhibition by Melbourne-based light artist Jasmine Grace.
Explore 40 city laneways that are being transformed by over 80 creatives.
Makers Market at The District
This dog-friendly market at Docklands features craft, gifts, fashion and food.
Chinatown Melbourne Market
Enjoy hawker-style laneway dining in the heart of Melbourne.
Step back in time to solve a mysterious murder that brings the iconic board game Cluedo to life.
Animals at Home: Live Stream Melbourne Zoo
Stay connected with your favourite animal from home, work or anywhere.
Docklands Community Craft and Farmers Market
A food and craft market held twice a month.
She-Oak And Sunlight: Australian Impressionism Virtual Tour
Experience NGV's She-Oak and Sunlight: Australian Impressionism exhibition virtually.
NGV Friday Nights
Stay up late at the French Impressionism exhibition, with music, bars and dining.
Maree Clarke: Ancestral Memories
The first major retrospective of Melbourne-based artist and designer, Maree Clarke.
Maree Clarke: Ancestral Memories – Virtual Tour
Explore NGV's Maree Clarke: Ancestral Memories exhibition virtually.