In another of our 2018 highlights series, it is a pleasure to share the most popular articles of the year.
NGV's new exhibition, Between Two Worlds, is a world-first. We chat to one of the curators involved in bringing it to Melbourne.
For those who appreciate insightful conversations with compelling people, we recommend reviewing our top interviews and profile pieces from 2018.
In 2018 we visited many festivals, events and exhibitions across Victoria, cameras at the ready.
In 2018 we published hundreds of feature articles, news stories and think-pieces about the people, programs and places which make Victoria tick.
Victoria will play host to a number of festivals and events this summer, so read our preview to find out what’s on offer.
Have you heard of experiential tourism? With the help of Visit Victoria we have a summary of some of the best tourist ‘experiences’ in Victoria.
Melbourne has been selected as the 2018 partner city for Asia’s annual flagship design industry event.
A new exhibition, Perfection, is affirming our city as an innovative leader in technology.
The first of Melbourne’s new series of Art Trams took to the tracks in Richmond today. View our gallery of images from the launch event.
For a road trip with a quirky art angle, head to the 200 km Silo Art Trail in the Wimmera Mallee.
Detroit’s chief storyteller, Aaron Foley, explains how the simple, yet powerful act of storytelling can help bring communities together.
Six Victorian communities have been given a creative shot in the arm by the Small Town Transformations art project.
Hit the road and get your art fix out of town in Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo or Horsham this winter.
Check out what’s showing at the National Gallery of Victoria this year.
WATCH THE VIDEO: The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival is on until 18 March. We chat with the chair, David Briskin, about the festival.
The 28-year-old – named Young Australian of the Year in 2012 – has garnered international acclaim for her robotics inventions.
Delhi's Mahatma Gandhi exhibition will move to Melbourne’s Immigration Museum in early April 2018.