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Directed by Nancy Black, some of Melbourne's leading talents combine sound, visuals and performance to create a startling world full of wonder, terror - and joy.
After a four-month residency at fortyfivedownstairs, Rehgan De Mather presents an exhibition inspired by his travels through Mexico and South America.
The purse-sized gouache miniature portraits of Queen Elizabeth I are a meditation on regaining authorship of one’s own story.
a frightening portrait of a family stuck looking to the 'other' to define its 'self'.
David Frazer teams up with Australian song-writing legend Don Walker to create his latest handmade book collaboration of traditional wood block prints.
Convenire is an exhibition of sculpture, photography and works on paper by three renowned Melbourne artists.
An exhibition of watercolours documenting the effects of climate change along Melbourne coastlines.
The second in Adam Simmons' concert series. This suite celebrates the qualities that art helps engender, including acceptance, empathy, generosity, compassion and faith.
For the first time since its Australian premiere in 1994, Melbourne audiences will have the chance to experience the full magnitude of Tony Kushner's ground breaking masterpiece.
Nili Kotoka is an attempt to understand how despite the most desperate circumstances, community is fundamental, music permeates all aspects of life and above all, education is cherished.
The third concert in Adam Simmons' 'The Usefulness of Art' concert series and a Melbourne premiere.