Prepare to be challenged and amazed as March unleashes a barrage of must-see art shows

Festival of Live Art

Theatre meets visual art in six venues across four suburbs, co-curated by Footscray Community Arts Centre, Arts House and Theatre Works. Melbourne.

Angelica Mesiti: The Calling

This immersive multi-channel video installation was filmed in communities of Greece, Turkey and the Canary Islands who use an ancient whistling language. Melbourne.

Diverse/City: Aboriginal Art in Melbourne

This eclectic exhibition of contemporary Aboriginal art aims to redefine the past perceptions and conventions and provide a soapbox for the featured artists to offer a greater insight into their own work. Eltham.

Michelle Ussher: Yellow Eyes Burn and Return

Michelle Ussher will be presenting a series of new works that explore imagination and memory. Ussher uses glowing golds and luminous colours to depict abstract figures throughout her oil paintings and glazed ceramic sculptures. Healesville.

Monsters: Bonnie Lane

In her video sculptures Bonnie Lane mashes up and tangles together human body parts to create strange and wonderful creatures. Prahran.

The World Is Not a Foreign Land

Indigenous works from the Tiwi Islands, the Kimberley and North-Eastern Arnhem Land. Carlton.


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First published on 26 Feb 2014. Updated on 2 Apr 2014.

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