Feed your mind and soul, and be inspired by all things arty at these regional exhibitions over the coming months.
After fire gutted Carlton's La Mama Theatre last year, we speak to Co-CEO & Creative Director Liz Jones about the rebuild.
The Sunshine Silos Projection Festival celebrated the area’s rich industrial history, cultural diversity and enthusiasm for community projects.
WATCH THE VIDEO: We met up with Brooklyn-based artist KAWS at his NGV exhibition featuring the likes of Mickey Mouse, Snoopy & Sesame Street’s Grover.
Sally Capp will present the keynote address at the Future Female conference, focusing on international women studying in Victoria.
Festival Director, playwright, novelist & Muruwari woman Jane Harrison chats to us about the festival, First Nations writers, and this year's program.
Let the networking begin! Join in the state-wide Digital Innovation Festival.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Victoria is set to host its fourth Digital Innovation Festival celebrating technology and the culture of innovation.
When it’s cold out, head indoors for an art fix at these brilliant regional exhibitions.
If you tune in to breakfast television, Nate Byrne on ABC TV will be a familiar face. Learn about his top events to attend this National Science Week.
WATCH THE VIDEO: Step back in time to the swinging sixties at Melbourne Museum’s latest showstopper.
Take a tattoo trip around the world from Samoa to Japan and back to Melbourne at the Immigration Museum’s latest show.
Victoria’s 100 + country racing clubs are having a resurgence. Find out more about the regional communities benefiting from regional racing
WATCH THE VIDEO: Journey into the fascinating, hidden depths of the gut at Melbourne Museum’s latest show.
Recently appointed Food and Wine Victoria CEO, Anthea Loucas Bosha reflects on her first year at the helm of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
No need to lament the end of summer, autumn is rich with appetising possibilities. Read on for a selection of the upcoming food & wine festivals.
Don’t delay. Hop in the car or get on a train and head to some of our regional centres to experience the brilliant art on offer.