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Nov 20 - 29
The Art & Industry Festival 2020 features stories, songs, film and fashion inspired by Melbourne’s West.
Nov 12 - 29
Putting on a festival in 2020? Impossible. Making art AND sharing it with an audience in 2020? Impossible. Doing it all while locked in your house for six months in order to protect our most vulnerable? Definitely impossible. Right?
Festivals & Programs
Nov 05 - 29
Monument to Now: MoreArt 2020 is a new exhibition of temporary public art works that explore the essence of Melbourne’s culturally diverse and creative north.
Sep 01 - Nov 29
Darebin’s new multi-arts festival has taken things online this year
Nov 18 - 30
Unwrapped is an exciting celebration of LGBTIQA+ Arts and Culture hosted by The City of Greater Dandenong that supports local LGBTIQA+ artists and communities, through exhibitions, performances, events and workshops.
Nov 08 - Dec 06
‘Art is old. It was passed on from our ancestors to our grandfathers to our fathers to us.'
Nov 19 - Dec 09
Make sure to save the date on 9 December to join ArtsHub’s definitive conversations on the ‘new normal’ for arts and culture.
Apr 09 - 18
Held in Alice Springs, Parrtjima – A Festival in Light is a free 10-night festival showcasing the oldest continuous culture on earth through the newest technology – all on the 300-million-year-old natural canvas of the MacDonnell Ranges.
Creative Workshop to build your understanding of the grant making process
Online Workshops & Courses
Nov 24 - 30
Diagnosed with a mental illness during his senior year of high school, a witty, introspective teen struggles to keep it a secret while falling in love with a brilliant classmate who inspires him to open his heart and not be defined by his condition.
Nov 12 - 30
With a preface by Atwood herself, this edition includes scholarly annotation, a note on the text, and a critical introduction, as well as photographs from the author and a newly discovered early short story.
The Diary Papers provide a rare insight into the early creativity, everyday affairs and anxieties about the future of two of the famous Brontë sisters. Written in minuscule script over a span of eleven years and illustrated by lively sketches, the fr
A monograph on the well-known and much-loved artist, Arthur Streeton, covering his practice from 1885 to 1940
Nov 09 - 30
Celebrating our 15th year of bringing art to our audience, we welcome you to enjoy our first and only exhibition for the year that is 2020 ‘The Escapism of Creativity’
Nov 05 - 30
RAZEN HUSSIES REVEALS A REVOLUTIONARY CHAPTER IN AUSTRALIAN HISTORY, THE WOMEN’S LIBERATION MOVEMENT (1965 -1975)
In the age of COVID-19, is it now more than ever important to have the right to protest?
Luke Pearson (CEO, IndigenousX) discusses the importance of Indigenous participation in the media
Join us for this FREE online 2020 International Day Of People With Disability event that will showcase new work by and new opportunities for artists with disability.
The long awaited follow up work to Sleepers, Wake!
Panels, Lectures & Ideas
We’ll bring together two brilliant cooks and food writers, Julia Busuttil Nishimura and Ixta Belfrage.
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