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Myer Christmas Windows
It wouldn’t be Christmas without a trip to the Bourke Street Mall to see the iconic Myer windows.
Imaginaria is an interactive dreamlike landscape where imagination meets futuristic play.
MPavilion is Australia’s leading architecture and design event.
Becoming You: An incomplete Guide
Explore the surprising, real-life coming-of-age stories of well-known and everyday Australians.
The Craft Online Makers Market
Craft Victoria hosts an online marketplace promoting the work of talented Craft members.
Everything you need to do before the end of 2020
Markets, events, exhibitions and free fun to enjoy in Melbourne before the year is over.
David Greybeard Art Project
A large scale artwork of the iconic chimpanzee located outside Hamer Hall.
Melbourne Art Fair
Melbourne Art Fair presents iconic and new work from the region’s most respected galleries.
Melbourne Dog Lovers Show
Featuring over 1000 dogs, 120 breeds, unmissable attractions and exhibitors.
Experience a large-scale exhibition of international contemporary art, design and architecture.
75th Anniversary of the End of World War II
Victorians are invited to mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II on 15 August.
Melbourne International Coffee Expo
Asia Pacific's largest dedicated coffee event.
Skilled Hands, Shared Culture
View RMIT Gallery's cross-continental online exhibition celebrating the Vietnam Creativity Festival.
An Embroidery of Old Maps and New
A video poetry project to connect migrants in isolation.
Sukkah on Birrarung Marr
Sukkah is a vibrant pop-up celebrating community and togetherness.
Melbourne’s essential summer events
Markets, pop-up bars, special events and more. The city is set for a summer sensation.
Seasons Ceramic Exhibition
An exhibition of ceramics exploring the concept of ‘seasons’: life experiences and seasonality.
Wonder Room for One
Wonder Room for One is a public art project celebrating Melbourne's rich protest histories.
Hannah Quinlivan – Nocturne
Hannah Quinlivan creates ephemeral drawings that weave together time, longing and reflection.
Drawn to Sound Mobile App
An augmented reality art app with VR drawings and 360 videos of performances in Melbourne locations.
Drag Expo 2021
The nation's best celebration of everything drag, kitsch and pop-culture is coming to Melbourne.
Marking Time Virtual and Video Tours
Exploring markings on public surfaces across Indigenous Australia.
Digital Collection: State Library Victoria
Explore SLV's digital collection from home.
Petrina Hicks: Bleached Gothic Virtual Tour
Take a virtual tour of the NGV's exhibition of the celebrated Australian photographer.
Outcry: A Performative Reading
Outcry is a performative reading by Alice Hayward, Megan Payne and Jacqui Shelton.
Ivan Durrant: Barrier Draw
An exhibition by photorealist painter, sculptor, filmmaker and writer Ivan Durrant.
A Nation Divided: The Great War and Conscription
An online exhibition exploring WW1 conscription.
RAAF in the Royal Exhibition Building
Stories of the men and women stationed at the Royal Exhibition Building during World War II.
GABS is a weekend long craft beer and cider festival.
The Society of NanoBioSensing
The Society of NanoBioSensing is an art project and interactive virtual microscope.
Visit MSDx Summer online for a glimpse of future design innovations in the built environment.
Uptown Art Exhibition
A free art exhibition transforming the top end of Bourke Street.
Meet some women who don't fit the stereotype of demure Victorian womanhood.
William Breen – Wet Paint
William Breen’s latest exhibition presents a fresh series of his ever-popular urban landscapes.
Unwelcome Vistant explores what it means to read The Plague by Albert Camus during a real pandemic.
Convergence The Art of Zhou Xiaoping in Aboriginal Australia
View an online collection of artworks from celebrated Chinese-Australian Artist, Zhou Xiaoping.
Umbra – Kohl Tyler-Dunshea
An exhibition of artwork from New Zealand-born artist, Kohl Tyler-Dunshea.
Jon Eiseman and Anne Conron – Into the Silent Sea
Jon Eiseman’s sculptures encompass notions of time, spirituality and emotion.
An international festival of photography across 40 cultural institutions.
Honouring Warrior Woman – Lisa Bellear
This NAIDOC Week, visit Warrior Woman Lane to celebrate the life of Lisa Bellear.
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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.