Tag: Culture

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Melbourne Club

A rare intact example of a 19th-century clubhouse.

Meat Market

A performing arts and events space in a heritage-listed building.

4 Sep - 30 Nov

Image Collective

Visit the live working space of artists and writers who come together to discuss the image.

The Greek Centre

Cultural centre hosting public lectures, exhibitions and musical events.

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)

An art gallery presenting challenging and innovative contemporary work.

Lorimer Gallery

Showcasing original and contemporary art and hosting private and public events.

27 Jun - 26 May

Wayward Women?

Meet some women who don't fit the stereotype of demure Victorian womanhood.

RMIT Design Hub

A research, archive, exhibition and studio space of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

Malthouse Theatre

Contemporary theatre in Southbank presenting inventive theatrical performances.

21 Aug - 30 Sep

Isolated Conversation

Isolated Conversations is a short film giving Indigenous perspectives on COVID-19.

IMAX

Delivering an immersive movie experience on the world's largest screen.

4 Jul - 28 Nov

De-Construction/Re-Construction – Creativity Cluster

An exhibition inspired by the many construction works in the city for the new metro train loop.

10 Jul - 31 Dec

Convergence The Art of Zhou Xiaoping in Aboriginal Australia

View an online collection of artworks from celebrated Chinese-Australian Artist, Zhou Xiaoping.

Fire Services Museum of Victoria

Australia's largest collection of fire-fighting memorabilia.

Chinese Museum

The Chinese Museum documents, preserves and displays the history of Chinese immigration.

ArtVo

An interactive 3D art gallery with optical illusions that visitors can touch and explore.

Athenaeum Theatre

This heritage-listed venue hosts comedy, music and theatre.

La Trobe's Cottage

Original home of Victoria's first governor Charles Joseph La Trobe from 1839 to 1854.

Chinatown

Let the hanging lanterns guide you along Little Bourke Street into Australia’s oldest Chinatown.