Built to last as long as traditional homes, tiny homes are an affordable and eco-conscious alternative; which allows owners to invest time and money in other areas of their lives.
This summer the Immigration Museum’s galleries, courtyard, and Long Room become dance-floors for spontaneous movement, choreographed action and works-in-progress with its ‘Summer of Dance’ season, showcasing diverse talents, communities, and genres.
Melbourne street artist Kitt Bennett has joined forces with award-winning Melbourne street art network collective Juddy Roller to create the Southern Hemisphere’s largest public artwork.
This summer fun program will be running from December 20 – January 27 and is full of unmissable shows.
Thanks to the Victorian Government, with some philanthropic support, the last two years have seen the arts hub undergone a $38.5 million redevelopment to help reinvigorate the centre and keep it as a primary location for both international and local performances.