Sugar Republic's Rainbow Walk
A free art exhibition below the city exploring isolation, resilience and positivity in the pandemic.
Convergence The Art of Zhou Xiaoping in Aboriginal Australia
View a collection of artworks from celebrated Chinese-Australian Artist, Zhou Xiaoping, online.
Open House Melbourne
Celebrate one of the world’s most liveable cities from the comfort of your own home.
Affirmation is a major exhibition that explores truth-telling through a First Nations lens.
Melbourne Art Trams
Eight new trams-formations will hit the tracks, including a recreation of a 1986 tram.
Online Tour: Daydream
Take a virtual tour of Daydream, a Melbourne Design Week installation curated by artist Yan Huang.
Digital Collection: State Library Victoria
Explore SLV's digital collection from home.
Frankenstein's Telephone is an online interactive art exhibition using Artificial Intelligence.
In Absence – 2019 Architecture Commission
See the winner of the 2019 NGV Architecture Commission.
SKYPUNCH ZINE # 1 Four Scores for Melbourne
A free zine guide to how to be in Melbourne during the pandemic
World of the Book
Explore a world of ideas and imagination in this exhibition showcasing the history of books.
Judith M Perrey Memorial Retrospective Exhibition
Visit an exhibition of the life's work of Judith M Perrey (1927–2016).
NGV Digital Collection
View the NGV Collection from the comfort of your home.
Baby to Toddler Show
There's something for everyone, no matter the stage of parenthood, at the Baby to Toddler Show.
Kathrin Longhurst at FLG
A raw and beautiful solo exhibition by Kathrin Longhurst, Standing Strong.
Liquid Light: 500 Years of Venetian Glass
An NGV exhibition of Venetian glass from the 16th to 20th centuries.
A free exhibition of modernist Japanese fashion, art and interior design.
Concrete Citizens Virtual Exhibition
Concrete Citizens is a virtual exhibition of photographs by Alex Schoelcher.
RASV Virtual Museum
Explore the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria's Virtual Museum.
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Melbourne laneways are filled street art murals, stencils, paste-ups and mixed media.
The Federation Bells are a set of 39 brass bells located in Birrarung Marr in central Melbourne.
A distinctive artwork by Matthew Harding, at the gateway to Royal Park.