As part of the City of Yarra's 'Art this Way' initiative, Phillipe Le Miere will be sharing his bold coloured pieces with his hometown, Melbourne....Angela Tandori Fine Art, 55 Victoria Parade, Collingwood
Artists and full-time illustrator Rat Simpson battles with the questions, what is work, what is art, and what’s the difference? This exhibition...Shell House, 1 Spring St, Melbourne
Alisa Andrasek has partnered with RMIT's School of Architecture and Design to present her interactive installation Bloom . This 'urban toy'...RMIT Design Hub, Cnr Victoria & Swanston St, Carlton
The ways in which art is used for the emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal people is an aspect of Indigenous creativity that is investigated here....The University of Melbourne: Parkville, 156-292 Grattan St, Parkville
Art of the Table celebrates objects dedicated to eating and drinking, such as delicate porcelain plates, regal silver cutlery and sparkling...NGV International, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Was opening a new Fitzroy pit stop a lifelong dream come true for owner, Shaun Hossack? Not entirely. Known as a schemer of elaborate schemes, it...222A-226 Johnston St, Fitzroy
Do you like art, alcohol and eating? Well have we got an exciting surprise for you. Comida Bebe pop-up food events are an enterprising venture...Around Melbourne, Melbourne
Loop is an independent arts project space and bar located in Meyers Place in Melbourne's CBD. Since opening in 2003, Loop has hosted an...23 Meyers Pl, Melbourne
Done up like a NYC apartment, this cosy bar plays host to regular club nights (including the cheap as chips Wednesdays for backpackers and...29 Fitzroy St, St Kilda
The Fitzroy North Community Church is now an arts hub that has been rebranded as 75 on Reid.75 Reid St, Fitzroy North
If your 2013 diary is awash with Negroni stains, let Time Out's editors remind you of the year's greatest hits.
The celebrated conceptual artist talks to Time Out Sydney about her retrospective show at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
He may be no spring chicken, but artist Richard James - who started doing drag aged 69 - still loves feathers.
Always where the action was, this snapper shot life on the run. Angus Fontaine pays tribute.
A photography book that celebrates the vibrant street art culture of Melbourne.