Disney: The Magic of Animation
Discover the creativity and innovation of almost 100 years of Disney Animation.
Jarring: The Russian Cookbook Project
An exhibition investigating culture via food.
Michelangelo Russo and Jennifer Jabu: cCORDA
An exhibition based on upcycling cardboard, jute, rope and other salvaged materials.
Gabriella Hirst: Darling Darling
A video art installation that investigates the nature of environmental care and neglect.
Big Weather is an exhibition that recognises Indigenous cultural knowledge of weather systems.
Examining how we make sense of the ecological emergency as it unfolds within the ordinary.
Marise Maas – The Stash
Paying attention to the ordinary Maas' images capture the beauty found within the everyday.
Nel ten Wolde: A Pilgrim's Progress
Paintings and digital collage exploring discarded clothes from European pilgrimage trails.
A Miracle Constantly Repeated, by Patricia Piccinini
Flinders Street Station’s ballroom opens its doors for Australia’s pre-eminent visual artist.
Exploring Melbourne during the comedy festival with Dilruk Jayasinha
One of the most Melbourne comedians in town tells us his favourite city spots.
Melbourne's essential night-time events
From hidden laneway markets to retro roller rinks, Melbourne gets lit once the lights go out.
Melbourne's unmissable blockbuster events
Grab the diary – you’ll want to lock in every one of these major events.
Melbourne Digital Time Capsule
Explore what Melbourne really looked like during the 2020 lockdown.
Dwayne Hutton: Looking for Meaning, Exploring with Colour
Artist Dwayne Hutton's first solo exhibition explores the communication of emotion through painting.
Melbourne’s essential summer events
Markets, pop-up bars, special events and more. March is really just summer: the sequel.
Seasons in Blak Box
Local First Peoples artist and elders share their experience and knowledge of the landscape.
Jesse Marlow: Second City
A collection of black and white candid images taken in Melbourne from 1998-2004.
An exhibition that tells the stories of 10 disabled artists.