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Lunar New Year at QV Melbourne
Welcome in The Year of the Ox with festive celebrations.
Worlds Immersive Learning Lab
Art and science collide with mesmerising imagery and soundscapes in this 5-minute film.
The Ecstasy of People Watching – Mark Chu
Mark Chu exhibits 50 paintings in a major new show.
Experience a large-scale exhibition of international contemporary art, design and architecture.
An international festival of photography across 40 cultural institutions.
You Are Cordially Invited: 150 years of Melbourne Town Hall
An exhibition exploring the history of an iconic Melbourne building.
Uptown Art Exhibition
A free art exhibition transforming the top end of Bourke Street.
The ACCA galleries are transformed with major new works by contemporary artists.
The best summer events still happening in March
Markets, pop-up bars, special events and more. March is really just summer: the sequel.
Me and UooUoo: The RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail
One hundred sculptures form walking trails across Melbourne.
What's free in Melbourne this month
Everything to see, do and enjoy in Melbourne for free this month.
The Story of the Moving Image
An ongoing exhibition that journeys through the past, present and future of the moving image.
Melbourne Music Week – Extended
Experience live and local music over three months and 200 events.
Gung: Create, Make, Do, Love
A stunning new exhibition by Wergaia/Wemba Wemba artist Kelly Koumalatsos.
Alexandra Copeland Exhibition
An exhibition of ceramics by Alexandra Copeland.
Australasian Quilt Convention
See the best quilts around Australia, amazing international works and learn new techniques.
The New North Melbourne Museum of Modern Art
An exhibition spanning painting, ceramics, photography and film.
Milk in the Melbourne Pandemic
An exhibition of photos taken during the Melbourne lockdown - from a milk bottle's point of view.