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Tuesday 29th July 2014


Antipodean Steampunk Exhibition
Contemporary technology and Victorian styling will collide in spectacular fashion during The Antipodean Steampunk Exhibition at Tasma Terrace. If today’s technology had been introduced in the 19th .. | Read More..
Where :Tasma Terrace Gallery | 6 Parliament Place East Melbourne
 
 
Australian Centre for the Moving Image | Open
Open daily 10am to 5pm Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) located at the heart of Melbourne’s iconic Federation Square presents a vibrant annual calendar of award-winning exhibitions, s.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Australian Centre For The Moving Image | Cnr Flinders St and Swanston St Walk Melbourne
 
 
Australian National Brooch Show 2014
The Australian National Brooch Show 2014 presents a unique exhibition, showcasing 278 imaginative and unusual contemporary brooches by artists from across Australia. • Mabina Alaka • Ricardo Alves-.. | Read More..
 
 
Aztecs | Melbourne Museum
Melbourne Museum hosts a fascinating exhibition on the Aztec Empire, featuring stunning artefacts never before seen in Australia. Discover the fascinating and ultimately tragic story of the Aztecs.. | Read More..
Where :Melbourne Museum | 11 Nicholson St Carlton
 
 
Bushido | Way of the Samurai
Bushido Way of the Samurai Bushido explores the fascinating world of the samurai who were the warriors, rulers and aristocratic elite of Japanese society for more than 800 years. From the 12th .. | Read More..
Where :Ngv International | 180 St Kilda Road, Southbank
 
 
Calling Australia Home
Calling Australia Home Zelman Cowen Gallery of Australian Jewish History Permanent Exhibition The Jewish Museum of Australia launches Calling Australia Home this month, the new permanent exhib.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
Where :Jewish Museum Of Australia | 26 Alma Road St Kilda
 
 
Chinese ANZACs: Chinese-Australians and World War One
14 July – 19 December 2014 | When World War One was declared in 1914, Australia rallied behind the Allied efforts. More than 330,000 mobilised personnel were called to action, of which, a small propor.. | Read More..
Where :Chinese Museum | 22 Cohen Place Melbourne
 
 
Cowen Gallery
The Cowen Gallery houses a permanent exhibition of oil paintings and portrait sculptures drawn from the Library's Pictures Collection. The permanent exhibition has 150 works on display: 137 oil pai.. | Read More..
Where :State Library Of Victoria | 328 Swanston Street Melbourne
 
 
Docklands | Wetlands to working dock to modern city
Gallery @ Library at The Dock Docklands – from wetlands to working dock to modern city. We invite you to explore ‘Docklands: from wetlands to working dock to modern city’, an interactive social hi.. | Read More..
Where :The Library At The Dock | 107 Victoria Harbour Promenade Docklands
 
 
Dreamworks Animation | The Exhibition
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) presents DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition World Premiere Celebrating twenty years of friendly ogres and flying dragons. From the award.. | Read More..
Where :Australian Centre For The Moving Image | Cnr Flinders St and Swanston St Walk Melbourne
 
 
Empty Coolamons
In Memoriam to the Stolen Generations Until 5 Oct 2014 Indigenous artist Robyne Latham brings recognition to the Stolen Generations in this art exhibition. Coolamons were traditionally used by .. | Read More..
Where :Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre | 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton
 
 
Epilepsy: Perception, Imagination and Change
Attitudes to epilepsy provide an excellent perspective on the collision between magic and science, the earliest records attempting to distinguish between disease and demonic possession. This inter.. | Read More..
Where :Melbourne Medical History Museum | Grattan Street Melbourne
 
 
Federation Bells
The delightful Federation Bells are located in Birrarung Marr park behind Federation Square in Melbourne. Federation Bells comprise 39 upturned bells cast in bronze alloys and range from 500 grams .. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Birrarung Marr | Princes Walk Melbourne
 
 
First Peoples
Bunjilaka’s new exhibition on Victoria's first peoples is open! Told through the voices of Victoria’s First Peoples, and utilising cutting-edge multimedia, Aboriginal language, artefacts and contem.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre | 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton
 
 
Fox Classic Car Collection | Open
The Fox Classic Car Collection of prestige cars is housed in the historic Queen’s Warehouse building built in 1890 on the corner of Collins Street and Batman’s Hill Drive. Opening times for 2014 [F.. | Read More..
Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday
Where :Fox Classic Car Collection | 749-755 Collins Street,  Docklands
 
 
From Where I Stand: Place, Culture and Politics
From Where I Stand: Place, Culture and Politics Until 26 Oct 2014 This exhibition highlights the diversity of Aboriginal art in Victoria. From Where I Stand: Place, Culture and Politics seeks t.. | Read More..
Where :Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre | 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton
 
 
Gold for Australia | Medal Exhibition
Loved and celebrated, renowned and resented, lost and recovered: National Sports Museum reflects on why medals are the ultimate prize Australians love a sporting medal. It’s what athletes dream of.. | Read More..
Where :National Sports Museum | Brunton Avenue, Jolimont
 
 
Indigenous Art
This multi-disciplinary collection display continues the Melbourne Now focus on contemporary Indigenous art practice, but expands the compass from greater Melbourne to the length and breadth of Indige.. | Read More..
Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :The Ian Potter Centre: Ngv Australia | Corner Flinders Street and Swanston Street, Melbourne
 
 
Islamic Museum of Australia | Open
Australia’s very first Islamic art museum, the ‘Islamic Museum of Australia’ is open taking visitors on an interactive journey through the arts, history, culture and the stories of everyday Australian.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Where :Islamic Museum Of Australia | 15A Anderson Rd Thornbury
 
 
Louis Kahan | Arts Centre Melbourne
Louis Kahan: The Great Music Makers FREE open daily 8am till late Arts Centre Melbourne St Kilda Road Foyer Louis Kahan (1905 - 2002) was surrounded by opera and music all his life. Born in 190.. | Read More..
Where :The Arts Centre | 100 St Kilda Road Melbourne
 
 
Love, Desire and Riches: The Fashion of Weddings
An exhibition that examines the intersection between film, historic fashion and the social narratives of weddings Love, Desire and Riches will help you to discover that romance is never without dra.. | Read More..
Where :Rippon Lea House & Gardens | 192 Hotham Street Elsternwick
 
 
Melbourne Museum | Open
Explore a rain forest, see Phar Lap and touch a dinosaur bone... Live a life-time in no time at all at the award winning Melbourne Museum. Permanent exhibitions at Melbourne Museum include... .. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Melbourne Museum | 11 Nicholson St Carlton
 
 
Mid-Century Modern
This dynamic exhibition presents a rare chance to enjoy the art of mid-century Australian furniture design and is part of our renewed focus on modern and contemporary design at the NGV. Innovative .. | Read More..
Where :The Ian Potter Centre: Ngv Australia | Corner Flinders Street and Swanston Street, Melbourne
 
 
Mirror of the world
This exhibition showcases many of the rare, beautiful and historically significant books held in the Library's collections. Located in the Dome Galleries overlooking the magnificent La Trobe Readin.. | Read More..
Where :State Library Of Victoria | 328 Swanston Street Melbourne
 
 
Negoro Lacquer | NGV Collection Focus
Negoro Lacquer NGV Collection Focus Negoro refers to simple and elegant red lacquer objects produced during Japan’s medieval period, between the twelfth and seventeenth centuries. Embodying th.. | Read More..
Where :Ngv International | 180 St Kilda Road, Southbank
 
 
Nicky Winmar Jumper | First Peoples
The jumper worn by former St Kilda footballer Nicky Winmar, when he made his famous gesture after an AFL match in 1993, has been acquired by Museum Victoria. This jumper represents one of the most .. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Melbourne Museum | 11 Nicholson St Carlton
 
 
Old Gippstown
Step back in time to the 1850s and enjoy a visit to Old Gippstown, Gippsland’s Heritage Park. This complete Historical Township filled with authentic buildings and decor makes an ideal venue for w.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
 
 
Permanent Exhibitions @ Benalla Museum
The Benalla Costume and Pioneer Museum is open 7 days with the only public costume museum of its kind in Victoria as well as the museum's own extensive collection. Permanent Exhibitions Miniature.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Benalla Costume And Pioneer Museum | 14 Mair Street Benalla
 
 
Permanent Exhibitions @ Scienceworks
Scienceworks Permanent Exhibitions Sportsworks Stretch your mind and muscles at Sportsworks! Take the sporting challenge at Sportsworks and learn all about the science behind moving your bod.. | Read More..
Where :Scienceworks | 2 Booker Street Spotswood
 
 
Play Me
Project Q.U.A.D in association with Southgate present PLAY ME Tuesday 8 July – Thursday 31 July Southgate Cinema, Southgate Restaurant and Shopping Precinct, Melbourne Opening Night: Tuesday 8 Ju.. | Read More..
Where :Southgate Restaurant And Shopping Precinct | 3 Southgate Ave Southbank
 
 
re. reading - Pound @ the Lenton Parr Library
The exhibition will see Melbourne artist and book collector Patrick Pound working with the Lenton Parr Music, Visual and Performing Arts Library collections. The exhibition presents subtle and poe.. | Read More..
 
 
Reflections: Australian Landscape & Still life
July 18, 2014 - September 28, 2014 Presenting some of Australia’s most famous and popular artists, this exhibition chronicles a journey through early, modern and contemporary landscape and still li.. | Read More..
Where :Bundoora Homestead | 7-27 Snake Gully Drive Bundoora
 
 
Sailing Into Melbourne
Sailing into Melbourne will showcase approximately 20 major records from the collection of Public Records Office Victoria, covering the devastating shipwreck of the Royal Charter in 1856, grim stories.. | Read More..
Where :Old Treasury Building | 20 Spring Street Melbourne
 
 
Screen Worlds | ACMI
Melbourne's BEST exhibition! This stunning exhibition has something for everyone and will change the way you think about the most pervasive and powerful cultural forms of our time. Free permane.. | Read More..
Where :Australian Centre For The Moving Image | Cnr Flinders St and Swanston St Walk Melbourne
 
 
Show Time: The Art Collection of Arts Centre Melbourne
Show Time: The Art Collection of Arts Centre Melbourne 12 July to 21 September This exhibition shines a spotlight on Arts Centre Melbourne’s nationally-significant Art Collection. The exhibition .. | Read More..
Where :The Arts Centre | 100 St Kilda Road Melbourne
 
 
Situation
SITUATION is an event – symposium, exhibition and a series of city occupations – initiated and arranged by the RMIT Interior Design program. SITUATION brings attention to the designing of interior.. | Read More..
Where :Rmit Design Hub | Corner Victoria and Swanston Street Carlton
 
 
Sky Raising Magpies
Check out this Bute Ute and learn the Indigenous creation story of The Sky-Raising Magpies. Using the magpie as a symbol of territorial boundaries, family strength and community relationships, peop.. | Read More..
Where :Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre | 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton
 
 
Striking Contrasts
This screen based touring exhibition features ten contemporary Australian video artists, including Angelica Mesiti, John Conomos, Grant Stevens and Deborah Kelly. Reflecting on two distinctive and .. | Read More..
Where :Burrinja Cultural Centre | 351 Glenfern Rd Upwey
 
 
The Changing Face of Victoria
The changing face of Victoria exhibition brings together historical artefacts, photographs, drawings, maps, letters and diaries to tell the stories of the people, places and events that have shaped li.. | Read More..
Where :State Library Of Victoria | 328 Swanston Street Melbourne
 
 
The Collections | Medical History Museum
Since its inception in 1967, the Medical History Museum has developed a diverse and varied collection of over 6,000 items encompassing documents, photographs, artifacts, ceremonial objects, medical an.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Where :Melbourne Medical History Museum | Grattan Street Melbourne
 
 
The Melbourne Story
Explore Melbourne’s unique and changing tale in The Melbourne Story at Melbourne Museum. Be immersed in evocative stories and discover the icons and personalities that have shaped Melbourne. Rid.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Melbourne Museum | 11 Nicholson St Carlton
 
 
The Mind: Enter the Labyrinth
A permanent exhibition at the Melbourne Museum is The Mind: Enter the Labyrinth, exploring the working of the human mind by entering a world of emotions, thoughts, memories and dreams. You will st.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Melbourne Museum | 11 Nicholson St Carlton
 
 
To the Point Where We Can See Nothing...
Fabricated from neon in the six colours of the colour wheel, the title of Andrew Atchison’s new public artwork – to the point where we can see nothing, everything has become clear – forms a continuous.. | Read More..
Where :Arts House | The Warehouse | 29-33 Little Errol Street North Melbourne
 
 
Victor Hugo: Les Misérables
Victor Hugo: Les Misérables – from page to stage The Exhibition 18 July to 9 November 2014 State Library of Victoria Take a journey from the 19th-century Paris of Victor Hugo's novel – Les Mis.. | Read More..
Where :State Library Of Victoria | 328 Swanston Street Melbourne
 
 
walata tyamateetj: Carry Knowledge
Serving Country: Centenary & Beyond On now, this unique exhibition walata tyamateetj: Carry Knowledge showcases the extraordinary collection of government records held by Public Record Office Vic.. | Read More..
Where :Public Record Office Victoria | 99 Shiel Street North Melbourne
 
 
Wang Gongxin | Video Artist
Wang Gongxin Video Artist This exhibition launches the NGV strongly into international new media, featuring three large scale immersive video works from Wang Gongxin, who is a major force in Chine.. | Read More..
Where :Ngv International | 180 St Kilda Road, Southbank
 
 
We saw the Queen
Most likely you have seen the Queen on TV or the cover of a magazine. Maybe you’re one of the thousands of Victorians who has actually seen the Queen; who braved the crowds at the MCG or lined up on t.. | Read More..
 
 
What's On @ Old Treasury Building
The Old Treasury Building hosts the original gold vaults where gold bullion was stored during the gold rush era, as well as rare and historic documents from Public Record Office Victoria highlighting .. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Old Treasury Building | 20 Spring Street Melbourne
 
 
William Blake
This exhibition will showcase the NGV’s acclaimed collection of works by William Blake which includes spectacular watercolours, single prints and illustrated books. Due to the material’s light sen.. | Read More..
Where :Ngv International | 180 St Kilda Road, Southbank
 
 
Wish
What do you wish for yourself, for your loved ones, for the world? Inspired by the Japanese Tanabata festival of wishes, the Wish installation invites you to think about what you most desire, and t.. | Read More..
Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where :Immigration Museum | 400 Flinders St Melbourne
 
 
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