Absolutely Famished presents sensory event Foodnotes & Coloursense

31 October

Absolutely Famished presents sensory event Foodnotes & Coloursense 17 November 2016, 8–10pm Colour Sense exhibition 9 November – 9 December 2016 Foodnotes & Coloursense, presented by the Carlton Connect Initiative as part of Melbourne Music Week, is an event that explores the intersection of sight, sound and taste. The event will take place during the […]

Sister Corita’s Summer of Love

27 October

The Ian Potter Museum of Art at the University of Melbourne will host Sister Corita’s Summer of Love from 22nd November – 26th March 2017. The exhibition will journey the remarkable life and artwork of Corita Kent. The exhibition is the first opportunity to experience the artist’s work in depth in Australia. Kent, better known […]

New Celestial Ground sculpture to be unveiled by Wonderment Walk Victoria

26 October

Wonderment Walk Victoria invites people to take a step into space with Celestial Ground, a new public artwork to be unveiled at Victoria Point apartments in Docklands on 10 November. The new artwork will be the third permanent installation by Wonderment Walk Victoria to promote art, science and knowledge throughout Melbourne and Victoria. Wonderment Walk […]

Artist Kate Golding wins 2016 Linden Postcard Show

25 October

The winner of the 2016 Linden Postcard Show was awarded last Friday night at the launch of the Postcard show to artist Kate Golding. Golding has been awarded $5000 cash, donated by Linden’s generous anonymous donor for her work titled Unlearning Cook, Part One. This open entry exhibition is for anybody no matter his or […]

Step into the light with Melbourne Fringe 2016 15 September – 2 October

12 August

The 34th Melbourne Fringe Festival sees a bold new direction for this much-loved cultural icon, which introduces the theme ‘step into the light’ for 2016 and runs from Thursday 15 September to Sunday 2 October. With an ambitious series of commissioned artworks and the largest open access program in its history, this year’s festival invites […]

Louis Kahan: Art, Theatre and Fashion Exclusively at Town Hall Gallery 27 August – 23 October

8 July

A never seen before exhibition will come to Town Hall Gallery this 27 August, showcasing works by prominent Australian-based artist Louis Kahan. Kahan is well known for his work as a portrait artist and painter, however this is the first time his work as a fashion illustrator and theatre designer is highlighted. The exhibition, titled […]

Contemporary artist Samuel Tupou unveils Duplikator 21 July – 9 October

21 June

Linden New Art is thrilled to unveil its latest exhibition Duplikator by Samuel Tupou, opening 21 July and running until 9 October. This exhibition will run in conjunction with Lagangu by Torres Strait Islander artist, Alick Tipoti. Duplikator will feature vivid colour-scape works that incorporate pop sensibilities with street art techniques, this influence is combined […]

Arts Project Australia launches Collins Place Pop-up 28 July – 31 August

20 June

Arts Project Australia is proud to announce 35 artists will be featured in a new exhibition at its Collins Place Pop-up Gallery in Melbourne, launching Thursday 28 July and running until Wednesday 31 August. Over 400 artworks will be on display in rotation for the inaugural pop-up space, which is supported by NKN Gallery, Gandel […]

Metanoia Live Works launches next week with Speculative Subject and Cut, Copy, Post

14 June

Saturday 25 June marks the start of Metanoia Theatre’s first season of Live Works for 2016. The exhibition will showcase a diverse range of avant-garde live art pieces over the course of two weeks in the heart of Brunswick at the Mechanics Institute. First up in the series of shows is Speculative Subject (25 June, […]

Open House program takes over July with RMIT Design Hub’s Occupied, the Speaker Series and more.

14 June

Open House Melbourne reveals its program for the month of July, with a series of events that encourage our city’s residents and visitors to further engage with the built environment and discover Melbourne anew. Explore buildings, infrastructure, landscapes and urban developments that illustrate our rich history, reflect how we live and work, and offer insights […]