Pichet Klunchun’s newest work is a spiritual venture erasing the line between life and death.
Coming to Melbourne as part of Asia TOPA: Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts, the feature was inspired by Phi Tha Khon – a traditional Thai folk festival where locals don colourful masks and vibrant costumes to honour fertility and death.
Carl Gardiner's first exhibiton, Beats Working, is a collection of artworks celebrating simple pleasures and special moments experienced through a passion for music, a love of surfing and connection to nature.
Carl Gardiner's love for art was nurtured thorughout his chilhood by his parents and their creative works.
Yet his own 'time out' hiking, surfing and taking...
If you want to escape the sun this summer, dig into these three thought-provoking documentaries at ACMI.
Goodnight Brooklyn: The Story of Death by Audio will launch the summer series. Directed by Matt Conboy, the film dives into one of New York City's most popular DIY venues, Death by Audio, and its eventual forced closure.
Fresh from announcing their jam-packed international selection, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival is back for a huge 2017 - busting at the seams with local legends, up-and-coming talent, and world-renowned names.
The acclaimed Helen Morse (The Aunt’s Story) and Ursula Mills (Peter Pan) come together for this chilling stage-play from the aftermath of the Battle of Gettysburg.
Directed by MTC Associate Director Sarah Goodes, John investigates the tale of a young couple, Jenny and Elias, who arrive at a haunted bed and breakfast run by the psychologically debilitated Mertis Graven....
The JIFF’s Short Film Fund is offering a total grant pool of $10,000 for the development of two short films.
The films must incorporate a Jewish theme, character or story arc and must be under ten minutes in length. They need to be universally engaging and entertaining and able to resonate with audiences from all backgrounds.
Divided into a three-part series of Opera, Broadway and Symphony, audience members are privy to a fantastic selection for an evening in the sun.
Kicking off the series with Opera on February 4 at Victoria Gardens, renowned artistic director Suzanne Chaundy brings together the likes of some of Australia’s most highly awarded sopranos – Emma Matthews in her Stonnington debut,...
‘The Messenger’ pushes the boundaries of confidentiality presenting a captivating soundscape no one thought available.
Topically genial, the piece is based on thousands of voice messages sent by Abdul Aziz Muhamat, a refugee from Darfur, Sudan, from inside the Australian-run detention centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea.
The internet phenomenon who made his name as a Minecraft and Roblox inquisitor has amassed more than 15.5 million subscribers.
Dan said in regards to the announcement: “I am super excited to be returning to Australia in September, tour across Australia and meet fans in other parts of the country. After announcing the Sydney shows I received so many messages from fans across...
It's no surprise that The Art of Banksy has been a hit with Melbourne audiences. Due to popular demand, the exhibition will now enjoy an extended season.
Known as one of the leading contemporary artists of his generation, The Art of Banksy showcases a vast amalgamation of his work with more than 80 original pieces on display, making it the largest collection of Banksy artwork...
National treasure and comedian Aaron Gocs has outdone himself.
Gocsy has gone ahead and recreated the magic of '90s Australiana TV show Ocean Girl, complete with panoramic montage intro sequence, an attempt at dating his crush David, a quick bout of chasey, and an altercation with those vile ecosystem-hating Russians.
Returning in March with the best and latest in LGBTIQ cinema from around the globe, Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) has just lifted the lid on its first instalment for 2017.
The first eight features have been uncovered highlighted by the captivating drama Tomcat. It shocked audiences at the Berlin International Film Festival where it took out the Teddy Award for Best Film...
The free exhilarating musical extraordinaire fusing heartbeat-animated symphonies with ethereal soundscapes and contemporary art installations is returning to MPavilion in 2017 laced with the flavour of love.
The evening will be highlighted by the Australian debut of LA-based electronic group Tropic of Cancer, looking to divulge into ulterior consciousness as they play live to...
Sit back and enjoy some top-notch movies on the hallowed grounds of the MCG with the return of Cinema at the 'G.
Instead of kicking a footy, you'll be catching the likes of Lion and Sully at one of the world's most spectacular open-air cinemas. Arrive early to enjoy dinner and a drink at the 'G's selected food outlets.
Spoken word artist and rapper OVEOUS (Oveous Maximus) will make his first ever Australian performance in Melbourne.
A man of many talents, his words in poems and music have made him one of the most highly sought after artists in the spoken word scene.
Having worked with great artists like Roy Ayers and Louie Vega, he's also featured on the cult slam poetry show, Def Poetry Jam...
Drawn from the NGV’s exclusive collection, Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s provides an in-depth look at a period characterised by dramatic change.
Between 1990 and 2000, artists began incorporating new technologies and increasingly heterogeneous approaches to making art and Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s looks to celebrate that movement....
Morphing a meteoric screen-space with first-release movie showings and a panoramic view of Melbourne from above – a cinematic experience has never been so romantic.
Featuring blockbusters Allied, Red Dog: True Blue, Trolls, Why Him?, Passengers, Assassin’s Creed, Monster Trucks and XXX: Return of Xander Cage over its first few weeks, The Backlot Rooftop Drive-in accommodates 60...