Tag: Artwork

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OzGrav

Witness an exciting display of gravitational waves and phenomena.

Flash Forward

Explore 40 city laneways that have been transformed by over 80 creatives.

Street art

Melbourne laneways are filled with street art, stencils, paste-ups and mixed media.

Melbourne Art Trams

A rolling exhibition of Unapologetically Blak First Peoples’ identity and culture.

Wild About Babies

See life-sized sculptures of endangered animals at Yarra's Edge.

How to experience the best of NYC in Melbourne

Cocktails, bagels and thrift store fashion. Here's how to find the best of New York in Melbourne.

A Creek Chat

A sound-based public art project exploring Williams Creek.

11 Aug - 17 Dec

Melbourne Street Art Tours

Local guides treat you to some of Melbourne's underground treasures.

Chris Bowes: Feedback

Witness a hypnotic dance of pulsating pixels on display in a Docklands shopfront.

Aperture f/1.2_Shallow Inlet

A billboard-sized outdoor artwork by James Geurts on the Hero Apartment Building.

Collide Public Art: Inside Out Reflections

A kaleidoscopic display of Docklands archival imagery on display in an empty shopfront.

Screen Works (ENOUGH-NOW/EVEN/MORE-SO)

Rose Nolan's large-scale public artwork wraps around the exterior of the Munro Community Hub.

Fruition

A distinctive artwork by Matthew Harding, at the gateway to Royal Park.

Five free must-do Melbourne walks

It’s time to get out and about in the city. Have a wander with these free guides.

Melbourne's Wild Heart Nature Trail

Be immersed in an art installation and storytelling platform.

Revitalise & Reconnect, Mandi Barton

Artist Mandi Barton has transformed three electrical boxes with her site-responsive artworks.

Monument Park

A sculpture park designed by internationally renowned artist Callum Morton.

Exhibitions

See exhibitions on art, history and design at one of Melbourne's many galleries and museums.

Distant Things Appear Suddenly Near

An immersive and experimental public artwork by Sean Lynch at University Square, Carlton.

Apparatus for Transtemporal Occurrence of Impending Space

This interactive artwork by Russell Anderson is a tribute to the steampunk genre.