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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.
This life of accretion is an exploration of intricate and interesting processes, borne of a desire to push artistic boundaries.
An exhibition exploring the notion of the monument, or monstrance, in relation to images of twelve saints from Alban Butler's Lives of Fathers, Martyrs and other Saints.
The third annual Emerging Artist Award showcases independent, experimental and thought-provoking art by some of Australia’s best emerging artists.
Poetic License is a cross-art form, inter-generational performance about the power and limitations of words.
Wabi/Sabi is a series of photographs celebrating the ephemeral, freezing humans and nature in motion.
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.
There’s A Ghost In My House represents the extensive influence of the idea of continuity, and references both western and eastern traditions of working on, and with paper.
Wet Feet expresses the artist's dismay at the way in which we are ignoring the effects of climate change on others.
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 Central 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'.
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.
The third concert in Adam Simmons' 'The Usefulness of Art' concert series and a Melbourne premiere.