To celebrate their tenth birthday, the folk at Arts House will be hosting a birthday party at their North Melbourne Town Hall home base, and...Arts House, 521 Queensberry St, North Melbourne
Multi-sensory immersion will be the focus of the NGV’s new free exhibition of works that use colour, light, sound, movement and space to explore...The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square, Melbourne
Three artist friends form contemporary art collective Tromarama, who capture the excitement of interacting with new technologies to transform...NGV International, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne
Ryan Gander's conceptual work isn't limited by tradition or rules. The British installation artist is driven by the exploration of the esoteric:...Australian Centre for Contemporary Art - ACCA, 111 Sturt St, Southbank
Now in its eighth year, the Gertrude Street Projection Festival returns to light up the streets of Fitzroy. Don your winter woolies and head out,...Around Fitzroy, Around Fitzroy, Fitzroy
A contemporary art space located in the guts of the CBD, featuring more than 25 exhibitions throughout the year.37 Swanston St, Melbourne
Signal is Melbourne’s newest creative arts studio for budding creatives. The ...Flinders Walk, Northbank, Melbourne
Australia is always a bit behind when it comes to celebrating animation art, since most of it isn’t made on our shores. This makes Silver K,...1092 High St, Armadale
The home of Melbourne's long-standing, underground art collective, the studio hosts artist residencies and the Blender Lane Artists' Markets.110 Franklin St, Melbourne
Calling all artists: you can win a residency in a studio, courtesy of Dirty Playground and DuNord.
Art consultant and guide Bernadette Alibrando takes us through her twilight walking tours through the paint-splattered streets of Melbourne.
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) has scored well this summer, drenching its walls with Pipilotti Rist’s psychedelic projections.
David Bowie talks about dumpster diving, John Lennon, pants-crapping, the Internet, religion and pocket art in these classic Time Out interviews