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Melbourne’s newest festival, RISING, features a commissioned program of cultural events, degustations, theatre, live music, and one-of-a-kind experiences (bathing nude on the Yarra anyone?). The program is extensive, from fine dining to family friendly to free and we are absolutely…

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Introducing SPOOKHOUSE: Melbourne’s Ghost Train Art Gallery

Experiential art has reached a new peak, with the launch of Mysterious Al’s SPOOKHOUSE. Part fairground ghost train, part haunted house, and part gallery, the immersive exhibition is like nothing Melbourne has seen before. Mysterious Al put lockdown (and the…

Out Of Town: 24 hours in Daylesford

It’s little surprise that Daylesford has a reputation as one of the best weekend getaways you can have from Melbourne. The famous Spa Country region is rich in history, has an excellent arts scene, delicious food and wine and boasts…

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ArtVo immersive gallery in the heart of Docklands

Artvo is an immersive gallery located in the heart of Docklands. The gallery is divided into 11 themed areas, which you make your way through at your own pace. It’s the first of its kind to open in Australia. Each theme has been beautifully…

Emerging art: Bluethumb Art Prize 2018

Young, scrappy and hungry, art startup Bluethumb is a game-changer for artists. Online marketplace Bluethumb enables artists to sell their works direct-to-public. For ordinary consumer products, marketplaces can rely on buyers to have had some brick-and-mortar experience. Everyone buys clothing and…

Art Talk: Mirka Mora X Gorman

Mirka Mora is a well-known French-born Australian visual artist who creates unique and colourful iconography. She contributed significantly to the development of contemporary art in Australia. Recently she contributed to the world of fashion with the ‘Gorman x Mirka Mora’ collaboration. In the Spring of 2016,…

History and loss: Colony at NGV Australia

NGV Australia is showing a two-part exhibition about early colony, which tackles the sensitive topic of settlement. Australia: 1770-1861 and Frontier Wars are about Australian settlement from two perspectives, one of the colonising pioneers and the other of colonised people. The…