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Official site for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Victoria is a state in love with art and celebrates it everywhere, from big city galleries and renowned regional exhibition spaces to community festivals and local artists' studios. Travel the length and breadth of Victoria, taking in creativity at every turn. See the country's finest works and acclaimed international exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria, head to openings at contemporary galleries hidden in Melbourne's labyrinthine laneways, and attend travelling exhibitions at famous regional galleries in Castlemaine, Benalla, Ballarat and along the Mornington Peninsula.
From steam-powered horseless carriages and the classic Aussie ute to muscle cars, racy V8s and dazzling concept vehicles, Australia has a rich legacy...
See stunning art, graphics, photography and illustration from the renowned Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Hidden treasures from Beijing's Palace Museum in the Forbidden City will come to Melbourne for the first time, in an Australian exclusive exhibition....
For four years, artist John Wolseley has roamed the coastal floodplains of the Northern Territory through to the glacial lakes of Tasmania, exploring...
Stroll down Gertrude Street as it transforms into an outdoor gallery with the buildings, roads and landmarks coming alive with colour and movement.
Put on your red shoes and immerse yourself in a celebration 50 years of one of the era's most influential artists in rock, pop, fashion and performance.
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1 - 31 May 2015
The Stitched Up Textile Festival is a biennial celebration of all things textile which involves people of all ages and features a diverse range of...
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1 May - 30 Aug 2015
For centuries past, the many countries, ethnic groups and religions of South and Southeast Asia have enjoyed rich storytelling traditions, using...
Geoff Harrison's oil paintings are a journey of self-discovery. He is constantly pushing himself to the limits of his ability to achieve this....
Reflections on Glass is a body of works that depict an insight of Marlene Abela's journey with glass. A reflection of inspirations and influences...
1 May - 30 Sep 2015
Step into Rippon Lea and enter the opulent 1920s world of the Honourable Miss Phryne Fisher and her crime fighting associates. Based on the novels of...
2 - 31 May 2015
Located in a delightful pocket of southern Victoria, Goat Island Gallery is a recent addition to the Bass Coast art scene. The acres of gardens,...
2 May - 10 Jun 2015
Bruck Textiles Mill in Wangaratta as seen through the lens of renowned Australian photographer Wolfgang Sievers (1913-2007) circa 1950s. Some...
4 - 31 May 2015
Nature's Voice in the Journey is a photographic exhibition by local photographer Gaynor Hartley exploring the theme, don't forget to stop and smell...
Elvery Fine Art Gallery is hosting the work of Tony Thornhill-Cole for the duration of May. Tony's work is represented in private collections in...
7 - 30 May 2015
Femail Art is an exhibition focusing on the Mail Art practice of Pat Larter (1936-1996). For this exhibition at Mailbox Art Space, performance...
Make your way around Melbourne's 100-plus galleries, ranging from large public institutions to smaller commercial spaces and artist cooperatives.
Acquire a vivid new interpretation of Mornington Peninsula as you admire works by contemporary artists and historic painters and sculptors.
See art as it's created in Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges, meet the artists and bank a valuable souvenir from a gallery in this vibrant region.
Experience the eclectic art scene throughout the Great Ocean Road region from seaside village studios to large collections at regional centres.
The Goldfields is home to some of Victoria's finest galleries, housing impressive collections of works by significant European and Australian artists.
Visit the Benalla Regional Art Gallery, one of Victoria's most important regional galleries featuring an internationally recognised collection.
The Murray has a strong artistic tradition. Visit the regional galleries, and browse through handmade pieces at specialist art and craft stores.
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