This exhibition in St Kilda Road Foyer highlights the impressive public sculptures on display at Arts Centre Melbourne. From Inge King’s monumental Forward Surge between Hamer Hall and the
Stage Presence is an exhibition presented as both an insight into the art of performance design and an opportunity to showcase highlights from the Australian Performing Arts Collection.
The Theatres and Exhibition Tour is a great way to explore Arts Centre Melbourne's exhibitions and the iconic Theatres Building in which they reside.
by Young Jean LeeAustralian Premiere
by Tom Hollowayadapted from the book by James M CainWorld Premiere
At the forefront of jazz for nearly six decades, Gary Bartz has helped create jazz as we know it today.
Audiences should prepare to be enthralled and enraptured in this program showcasing the dark side of love and life.
In The Walking Neighbourhood, young people take the lead and give you the opportunity to experience life through their eyes, as they take you on a unique guided tour of Melbourne’s Arts Precinct
Facilitated by The Rabble. Part of the Melbourne Fringe Workshop Series.
Having spent the past decade reinterpreting and reimagining modern jazz, Robert Glasper has firmly cemented himself as a master of a new generation. A prodigiously talented pianist, Glasper rose to
Arts Centre Melbourne Sunday Market brings together over 80 of Victoria's finest artisans, right in the heart of Melbourne
We reveal the secrets of the theatre in this guided tour through backstage rooms, hidden passageways and technical contraptions that are unknown to most visitors.
Melbourne’s two great loves, food and culture, converge in an afternoon of high tea and Australia’s finest jazz talent.
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