Collective Unease: Artists Walkthrough
Join Andy Butler, Lisa Hilli and James Nguyen, and see the current exhibition 'Collective Unease'.
Isobel Morphy-Walsh: Gunga-na Dhum-nganjinu
Memory, myth, record and place are all woven together in this exhibition.
Pamela Reid: Meet Me Under the Clocks
A new series of drawings depicting iconic Melbourne locations by local artist Pamela Reid.
Women Work for Victory in WWII
Explore the story of women on the home front during the Second World War.
What's open between Christmas and New Year's Eve in Melbourne
If you’re in Melbourne after Christmas Day, there’s heaps of fun to be had.
Pushing the Boundaries Exhibition
Find some unexpected treasures and celebrate unusual and non-traditional Australian art.
Liz Turner: Kimberley Community
A display of figurative artist Liz Turner's paintings from East Kimberley.
Picturing the Universe
Learn about the technology used to capture images of our cosmos.
Top Arts 2023 showcases extraordinary works of art and folios from 2022 VCE students.
New Horizons: Through Darkness Comes Light
An exhibition surveying Melbourne-based émigré architects and designers in postwar Australia.
TIME • RONE | The Newsagency
A temporary art installation by the Melbourne artist.
John Mezzini: Primavera
Figurative paintings with themes of isolation, physical expression and sexuality.
Come along to Australia’s largest health, wellbeing and natural therapies event.
Jay Kochel: Meanwhile
Jay Kochel transforms digital data into a series of linear geometric engravings and 3D models.
Jon Eiseman: Exploring the Labyrinth
These sculptures depict a world that can only be reached through dreams and the subconscious.
Robyn Pridham: A Year of Mixed Media and Collage
An exhibition of abstract work from Robyn's commitment to a daily mixed media and collage practice.
Yarra: Stories of Melbourne's River
Explores the chequered history of the stream we call the ‘city’s river’.
A broken love museum.
From all-day art exhibitions to live gigs and blockbuster theatre. Find it all, only in the city.