What started as a small hall in the middle of a cow paddock is now turning Victoria’s country live music scene on its head.
A cinema in the rural town of Euroa in the state’s north-east is a beloved venue that unites the community and brings people together.
Tyama is an exciting new multisensory exhibition, developed by Museums Victoria exclusively for Melbourne Museum.
Traditional art and storytelling have always been a part of life for Wurundjeri/Yorta Yorta artist, Simone Thomson.
A collaboration led by Traditional Owners working with architects and designers will embed symbolic design features into Bendigo’s new GovHub.
Local leaders are helping Victoria’s regional communities thrive with new projects and ideas.
VIDEO: After a few tough years, East Gippsland finally comes together over two big nights featuring Australian legend, Paul Kelly.
Stuart is a Yorta Yorta man, father of four and while he’s just started on his art journey, his contribution to the story of Echuca’s past is big.
VIDEO: Why don’t we acknowledge our designers in the same way that we worship our home-grown actors, musicians and athletes?
Meet some extraordinary women across regional Victoria helping #BreakTheBias this International Women’s Day.
‘My Local Life’ has created a vital support network for international students facing isolation during the coronavirus (COVID 19) pandemic.
Heywood’s famous sky-high water tower has transformed into a towering tribute recognising Gunditjmara war heroes.
Victorians are supporting small businesses across the state over the festive season and beyond.
Ballarat is fast becoming a hub for creatives, turning lanes into art galleries, bank buildings into studios and cul-de-sacs into exhibition spaces.
Meet RMIT University’s Tim Lutton, named Design Institute of Australia’s Industrial Design Graduate of the Year.
Susan Oliver is a leader in the field and a passionate and committed supporter of women-led startups, helping to drive success.
With help from a grant from the First Peoples’ Business Support Fund, two artists have repivoted their business to trade through the pandemic.
A Geelong-based manufacturer, a university and a men’s crisis accommodation are paving the way in creating sustainable housing.