Tag: Gallery

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West Side Place Artcade

West Side Place Artcade is a public art collection celebrating the vibrancy of art and the city.

Melbourne's best rainy day activities for kids

Find the best indoor family activities during the school holidays.

ArtVo

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

ACMI

Museum dedicated to the moving image through events, film screenings and exhibitions.

Arts House

Contemporary arts space presenting performance and interactive works.

Melbourne’s most Instagrammable experiences

You wont need filters at the city's most photogenic spots.

College of Surgeons' Museum

An exhibition of surgical objects and memorabilia.

Children's Gallery Melbourne Museum

This is a wondrous place for young children to explore, play and learn.

ARC ONE Gallery

A commercial gallery in Flinders Lane showing contemporary Australian art.

Gallerysmith

A contemporary art gallery on the city fringe with a focus on solo exhibitions.

Melbourne Museum

Explore history, culture, science, and nature at this popular Melbourne attraction.

Kings Artist-Run Initiative

Space for contemporary art practice and gallery showcasing experimental projects.

Immigration Museum

An exploration of the stories of people from all over the world who have migrated to Australia.

Neon Parc

Commercial art gallery exhibiting a diverse range of contemporary art throughout the year.

West End Art Space

A contemporary art gallery with a focus on living artists that strive for excellence.

Mystik River Gallery

Specialising in the ancient art of Indian sculpting.

Outre Gallery

Alternative art gallery specialising in lowbrow, pop surrealism and underground art.

Victorian Artists Society

Hosts exhibitions of national and international historic significance, art classes and workshops.

Mission to Seafarers

Melbourne's maritime history is on display in this heritage-listed building.

Aperture f/1.2_Shallow Inlet

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