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Who Are You: Australian Portraiture
Who Are You brings together the portrait holdings of the NGV and the National Portrait Gallery.
Tyama: A Multisensory Experience of Nature
Discover senses beyond human perception, alongside the animals that use them.
Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection
Discover art that builds on and challenges tradition in Indigenous Art from the NGV Collection.
Kick into the evening with these monthly Saturday-night sessions at Melbourne Museum.
Lord Mayor's Small Business Awards Photo Exhibition
A photo exhibition celebrating Melbourne’s longstanding independent small businesses.
Splendid: The Brookes Bequest
Tour a connoisseur’s collection of sumptuous sterling silver.
Tech School Exhibition
A history of tech schools in Victoria with original documents and stunning archival photos.
Lust Love Loss: Australian Stories of Wartime Relationships
Explore how universal experiences are magnified in times of war.
Jewellery and Body Adornment from the NGV Collection
A new display highlighting the gallery's multidisciplinary collection.
Lost Jobs: The Changing World of Work
Find out about the work of a ‘nightman’, a ‘scoop boy’, and a phrenologist.
Mission to Seafarers Maritime Art Prize and Exhibition
Celebrating 20 years of promoting excellence in seafaring subjects in art.
The Story of the Moving Image
An ongoing exhibition that journeys through the past, present and future of the moving image.
France eMotion Interactive Photographic Exhibition
A striking travel-inspired exhibition from France using augmented reality to animate photography.
From the 1840s Melburnians took to the streets to express their views on a wide range of issues.
A Nation Divided: The Great War and Conscription
An exhibition exploring WWI conscription.
For Kin and Country
Explore the extraordinary history of First Peoples’ service in the Australian Defence Force.
Women Work for Victory in WWII
Explore the story of women on the home front during the Second World War.
Handmade Universe: From Craft to Code and the Spaces Between
Enjoy the Library's latest exhibition that celebrates the rewards of making.