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Mind the Gap is a somewhat dark and politically charged meditation on the gap between Australian cultures.
Following sold-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and a critically acclaimed London season, this immersive and in-yer-face theatre production adapted from Irvine Welsh's novel is coming to Melbourne.
Twisted Tales is a series of surreal paintings expressing the dramatic dance between immense, sometimes disillusioning, ‘free will’ and our murky true nature.
Away From Home is a series of photographs that explore the dualities that surround the idea of home: between presence & absence, permanence & impermanence and belonging & displacement.
Travel, transition, instability and small moments of stillness are the themes underpinning this body of mixed media works on paper.
Keringke Arts artists artist use pattern, color, shape and design to create paintings that depict their sense of country, culture and self.
An authentic tango experience of dance and music supported by the City of Melbourne Arts Grants Program and Creative Victoria.
Following its critically acclaimed debut season at HotHouse Theatre in 2015, This is Eden makes its Melbourne premiere at fortyfivedownstairs in a strictly limited season.
This exhibition explores Australian and Asian landscape and cityscape in relation to concepts of emptiness and richness both physically and culturally.
An exhibition that grew from a fascination with the juxtaposition of urban and natural forms, and the ongoing attempts to reconcile our lives with our places.
Returning after its acclaimed debut season at Trades Hall in 2016, Awakening is a new adaptation of Frank Wedekind’s masterpiece Spring Awakening.
Surfaces explores the relationship between the physical action of mark making, and the role of the unconscious mind that drives it.
From the multi award-winning writer of Cloudstreet comes an otherworldly theatrical event that shines a light on the tangled bonds of one Australian family.
Poetic License is a cross-art form, inter-generational performance about the power and limitations of words.
Moira Finucane's The Rapture writhes through a visual feast of prophecy, Gothic dreams, birds of prey, soaring wings, apocalyptic fairy tales, soul-searing music and physical madness.
The second in Adam Simmons' concert series. This suite celebrates the qualities that art helps engender, including acceptance, empathy, generosity, compassion and faith.