The University of Melbourne has announced that it will invest at least $6 million to launch an Indigenous Knowledge Institute for world-leading Aboriginal knowledge, research and education.
The Mimir Chamber Music Festival returns to its second home at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music from 24 August – 1 September 2019, giving Australian audiences the opportunity to experience some
Presented in the stunning surrounds of The Ian Potter Southbank Centre, the new home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, Orpheus in the Underworld is a satirical treatment of the ancient Greek
Written by Walkley-award winning journalist Stan Grant, The Australian Dream is a documentary that features the remarkable, inspirational life of Indigenous AFL legend Adam Goodes to tell a powerful
The lid has been lifted on human wastefulness, but what next? A pop-up art/science exhibition from Science Gallery Melbourne is asking people to reimagine their waste.
One of the most celebrated quartets to emerge from the USA, the Emerson String Quartet will present two programs at the Melbourne Recital Centre on Saturday 14 September and Tuesday 17 September in
August has been a significant month in the University of Melbourne calendar – with a focus on the important partnerships we share with our Indigenous communities and a commitment to truth telling,
The latest film from Australian director Kriv Stenders (Red Dog), Danger Close tells the true story of a bloody battle that took place in South Vietnam in 1966. In the relentless rain and mud of a
Set in the 14th century but spoken in a contemporary voice, Ophelia is a dynamic reimagining of Hamlet, focusing on one of the best-known yet rarely explored of Shakespeare’s characters. Ophelia
Set during the colonisation of Australia in 1825, Clare, a young Irish convict, chases a British officer through the rugged Tasmanian wilderness, bent on revenge for a terrible act of violence he