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A Miracle Constantly Repeated, by Patricia Piccinini
Flinders Street Station’s ballroom opens its doors for Australia’s pre-eminent visual artist.
An exhibition exploring what it means to be human during a time of technological acceleration.
Seeing the Invisible
An ambitious exhibition of artworks created with augmented reality (AR) technology.
This summer, prepare to see Fed Square through a different lens – a new colourful world to explore.
Jurassic World by Brickman
Jurassic World by Brickman is an adventure 6 million LEGO bricks in the making.
Fleurs de Villes Flower Show
Global sensation Fleurs de Villes bring their immersive floral show to Australia for the first time.
Boho Luxe Market and Glamping Festival
A weekend market celebrating glamping and boho style.
An interactive dreamlike landscape where imagination meets futuristic play.
THE LUME Melbourne
Immerse yourself in the work of Van Gogh at Australia's digital art gallery.
The biggest all-encompassing equestrian event in the southern hemisphere returns in 2022.
Disney: The Magic of Animation
Discover the creativity and innovation of almost 100 years of Disney Animation.
Happy Place Melbourne
Experience one-of-a-kind installations and multi-sensory immersive rooms.
Xplore Melbourne is an augmented reality treasure hunt which brings Melbourne city to life.
An exhibition that celebrates the NGV’s extraordinary collection of work by Yolngu women artists.
Explore 40 city laneways that are being transformed by over 80 creatives.
A timely exhibition that recognises Indigenous cultural knowledge of weather systems.
Dream Factory: GMH Design at Fishermans Bend 1964-2020
This exhibition celebrates the story of GMH design in Melbourne.
Spectrum: An Exploration of Colour
An exhibition exploring colour in works drawn from the NGV.
Melbourne International Coffee Expo
Asia Pacific's largest dedicated coffee event returns in 2022.
The Gecko and the Mermaid: Djerrkŋu Yunupiŋu and her Sister
A kids' exhibition that shares stories of Yolŋu artists from Northeast Arnhem Land.
A Touch of Christmas Exhibition
A superb array of original works by members from the Embroiderers Guild, Victoria.
Queer shines a light on the NGV Collection to examine the queer stories that artworks can tell.
Australia International Watercolour Exhibition
The Australia international watercolour exhibition reflects on the year that was.
We Take Back Our Mother Tongues: Famili
A spellbinding evening of queer Pasifika and First Nations music, installation and connection.
River Connections at Melbourne Museum
A journey which celebrates the life of Victoria’s river environments.
Channels Festival: Kawita Vatanajyankur
A solo commission of video-based performances.
Affordable Art Fair Melbourne
Showcasing 40 Australian galleries, with artworks by emerging and established artists.
Henrik Haukeland: They Made a Meme Out of My Legacy
A solo exhibition from artist Henrik Haukeland.
Pasted and Wasted: Melbourne Music Poster Expo
Celebrate the people and sounds of the Australian music scene.
Still in My Mind
A multi-media exhibition exploring notions of identity, home and connection to country.
The nation's best celebration of everything drag, kitsch and pop-culture is coming to Melbourne.
Lust Love Loss: Australian Stories of Wartime Relationships
Explore how universal experiences are magnified in times of war.
A selection of works delving into the ongoing impacts of colonial violence by First Nations women.
Boxed In: A Walk-by Window Project
A walk-by window art project in a former men's shelter.
Person, Woman, Man, Camera, TV
Group exhibition investigating the politics of speaking and representations of power.
Between Two Worlds
Immerse yourself in the visual world of three artists who explore the experience of being a veteran.
Sacred Light: in the Shadows of the Land
A First Nations exhibition exploring the power of light and darkness.
Crowd Stance: Rafaella McDonald
Be swept up by this large scale installation rendered in striking colour and an irresistible style.
Rosalie Gascoigne | Lorraine Connelly-Northey
Found and Gathered is an exhibition of artworks by two important Australian artists.
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Melbourne laneways are filled with street art, stencils, paste-ups and mixed media.
The Federation Bells are a set of 39 brass bells located in Birrarung Marr in central Melbourne.
Julian Opie's Australian Birds
See the artist's illuminated birds on St Kilda Road.