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Melbourne Museum will open the doors on its 17-million-object collection, with some never-before-seen items on display.
No wheels? No worries! Victoria’s compact nature lends itself to easy escapes without a car.
With so many activities on offer in Melbourne and regional Victoria, there is no better excuse to move away from the traditional and do something completely different this Mother’s Day.
Prehistoric dinosaurs will be all but brought to life when Melbourne Museum hosts the world premier of Jurassic World: The Exhibition, based on Universal Pictures’ blockbuster film.
Art in regional Victoria rivals that of the state’s capital and with blockbuster exhibitions and new gallery openings, there is plenty going on to attract and inspire.
Anyone can visit a city and grab tickets to a show, but visitors to Melbourne can take their love of arts behind-the-scenes with these quirky tours that peel back the curtain to […]
To mark its 25th anniversary, Monash Gallery of Art (MGA), the home of Australian photography, presents Highlights from the MGA Collection (8 May–12 July 2015).
From rock ‘n’ roll royalty to the Golden Age of Russian nobility, this year’s Melbourne’s Winter Masterpieces celebrates cultural icons from across the ages.
The Southern Hemisphere’s only internationally recognised Booktown, Clunes, will host the Clunes Booktown Festival on the first weekend of May.
The arts, culture, and environment intersect in the upcoming climate change festival, Arts+Climate=Change 2015.
This year, 25 April (Anzac Day) will mark 100 years since Australian New Zealand and Allied forces first landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey. A number of exhibitions, ceremonies and events will be held across Victoria to commemorate the centenary.
This February the Immigration Museum presents North South Feast West, a series of evening cantinas featuring pop up bars, music, food stalls and after-hours access to the museum.
The Jewish Museum of Australia is hosting an Andy Warhol-inspired dining event (11 and 12 March 2015) to celebrate its blockbuster exhibition, Andy Warhol’s Jewish Geniuses, and contemporary art response, Warhol Now.
See the 100 award-winning images in the 2014 Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, on show at the National Wool Museum in Geelong until 1st March.
The Hellenic Museum To Present A Major Collection From The Renowned Benaki Museum, Athens GODS, MYTHS AND MORTALS Greek Treasures Across The Millennia