Three Times the Intrigue at Carlisle Street Arts Space 2019

Ageing, remembering and rebirth are the themes that tie together three exhibitions showing at the Carlisle Street Arts Space from 22 May to 19...

The Boy From The Stars – an exhibition of Jim Keays’...

Exhibition opening: Friday 10 May, from 5pm to 9pm FAD Gallery 14 Corrs Lane, Melbourne CBD Jim Keays was a pioneer and a legend of the Australian...

Mandela My Life is a welcome tribute to a hero, but...

Detail from Father of the Innocents, from the series, Mandela A Life’s Journey, by John Meyer. Melbourne Museum Review: Mandela My Life, Melbourne Museum. What is...
This is quilting as you've never imagined. Extraordinary artworks created with hand printed fabric, fibre and thread. Helen prints, layers, stitches and constructs textured and infinitely tactile pieces that are as appealing framed and hanging on a wall as they are being draped on a chair. Using diverse reference...
Ageing, remembering and rebirth are the themes that tie together three exhibitions showing at the Carlisle Street Arts Space from 22 May to 19 June 2019. Pamela Stadus, Robert J Williams and Linda Kaiser will take audiences on a surprising journey, challenging the understanding and importance of everyday objects. Harking back...
Storehouse St Kilda presents a joint exhibition of robust glass forms and spectacular pendant lights combined with bold energetic paintings of iconic local scenes. The cohesion on curved lines, clear colour and seemingly constant movement - in both works - to create an exciting show is inspiring and thrilling. Opening Tuesday...

Arts Centre Melbourne and National Theatre of Parramatta present The Red Tree 

Australian artist, writer and filmmaker Shaun Tan's award-winning picture book, The Red Tree, will be brought to life on stage in a new musical theatre work at Arts Centre Melbourne from 3 - 4 August, 2019. The much loved darkly beautiful book is the work of multi award-winning playwright Hilary Bell,...

Koorie Heritage Trust – new exhibition Undercurrent by Peta Clancy

Undercurrent 1, from the series Undercurrent
Massacre sites across Australia lie silenced and hidden from public knowledge on colonised lands. During a 12-month residency at the Koorie Heritage Trust, Peta Clancy collaborated with the Dja Dja Wurrung community (Bendigo region of Central Victoria) to research, develop and create a major series...

Create the Ultimate Streetwear Wardrobe With These Chic Choices

Before we go listing the staple clothes you need to create the ultimate streetwear wardrobe, let’s first define what streetwear is. Streetwear is a...

Visual feast to deter taggers

A mural “with the lot” is now in South Melbourne as part of Port Phillip Council’s war on graffiti. The street art, which features burger...

Arts Centre Melbourne and National Theatre of Parramatta present The Red Tree 

Australian artist, writer and filmmaker Shaun Tan's award-winning picture book, The Red Tree, will be brought to life on stage in a new musical theatre work at Arts Centre...

STOREHOUSE – ‘Quilted Works’ by HELEN RICHARDS

This is quilting as you've never imagined. Extraordinary artworks created with hand printed fabric, fibre and thread. Helen prints, layers, stitches and constructs textured...

STOREHOUSE – LEISA WHARINGTON JULIE HAMILTON

Storehouse St Kilda presents a joint exhibition of robust glass forms and spectacular pendant lights combined with bold energetic paintings of iconic local scenes. The...

The Boy From The Stars – an exhibition of Jim Keays’...

Exhibition opening: Friday 10 May, from 5pm to 9pm FAD Gallery 14 Corrs Lane, Melbourne CBD Jim Keays was a pioneer and a legend of the Australian...

MUMA Shapes of Knowledge

Continuing an ambitious program of bringing critical thinking and innovation into the galleries of MUMA, Shapes of Knowledge brings together eight projects from artists,...

GET INKED AT THE 2016 AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL TATTOO EXPO – MELBOURNE

The annual Australian International Tattoo Expo will return to the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, from Friday 18 - Sunday 20 November. Over 10,000 local tattoo...