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An exhibition exploring the minutiae of landscape replicated in the aerial view, documenting the exquisite mirroring of detail, pattern and line. Both a celebration of our earth and it’s incredible
beauty, and a call to action to save it.
An extension of the research undertaken for Jan Donaldson's PhD project exploring the doll/puppet as a cultural icon and artifact.
A limited return season of an extraordinary work that examines our dark past. Part of the 2018 VCE Drama Playlist.
SARAY Iluminado play new interpretations of Sevdah (traditional folk music) from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Jewish Sephardic music from the Balkans.
Young Greek-Cypriot Australian Soprano, Christiana Aloneftis, performs an exciting and eclectic program in our theatre.
A new body of work connecting the materiality of prints and the fluidity of paintings with imagery emphasizing illusory maritime parachutes.
An exhibition of sculpture, drawing and prints commenting on issues affecting our lives, war, the environment and the higher being.
Please join us as we announce the winner of the 2018 ABR Peter Porter Poetry Prize
As part of an artist residency at fortyfivedownstairs, Robyn Rich will present an exhibition of paintings that explore life through the eyes of the artist.
A new series of work as part of Melbourne Design Week exploring cultural heritage and traditional textiles as the inspiration to create new performative and cultural connections with the medium.
A series of large scale paintings finding figuration through means of abstraction.
An exhibition of photography commenting on how convenience, industrialisation and modern materials are impacting the natural world.
Genesis Baroque takes us on a journey to 18th century Venice, with works by Vivaldi, Ziani, and Giacomelli.
Paul Capsis returns for a limited season in his "astonishing" performance as Quentin Crisp.
A series of paintings capturing the Australian landscape, exposed to the elements, in a rapidly changing environment.
The first solo exhibition of an architect/artist exploring the materiality of line and colour in painting.
In Ulysses, nothing and no-one is safe and everything is fair game.
Harpsichordist Dr Erin Helyard joins Genesis Baroque for a program of works by J.S. Bach’s two eldest sons.