Collaborator: City of Port Phillip
Gasworks Arts Park
Gasworks Arts Park is a historical site in Albert Park, having been a former gas plant that has been converted into a cultural centre.
Discover gasworks arts park through a rang of video and photographic content.
Virtual Exhibition Tour
Explore the Phillip Adams BalletLab Wunderkammer – a digital 360° exhibition of strange and beautiful costumes, set design pieces and art objects created over BalletLab’s 20-year history, set in the Temperance Hall studio.
Viewers will enjoy an unprecedented insight into the artistic process of one of Australia’s boldest dance and cross-disciplinary artists and his collaborators, as Phillip unpicks the webs of inspiration drawn from queer culture, pop culture, fine art, fashion and other disciplines that informed these objects’ creation.
Melbourne Camera Club
The former Freemason’s Hall is a prominent classically detailed corner building of two storeys, presenting finished facades of the Corinthian order of architecture to both Dorcas and Ferrars Streets.
Join Melbourne Camera Club members, Jane Barnes and Peter Walton in an interview talk about how they captured ‘Rainbow Street’ for the ‘Shot in the City of Port Phillip Exhibition’.
A Community Lost and Found
Explore the distinct social history of the Montague area of the former City of South Melbourne during its most populated period between the two world wars with an online exhibition and virtual guided tour.
Australian Tapestry Workshop
The Australian Tapestry Workshop occupies a National Trust and heritage-listed building in South Melbourne and is the only workshop of its kind operating in Australia.
Due to the renewed lockdown restrictions, Open House Melbourne, MPavilion and Melbourne Music Week will be postponing the announced MERGE
MacKillop Family Services
The white stucco Italianate-style building on South Melbourne’s Cecil Street was Victoria’s first purpose built Catholic orphanage and today is one of the oldest remaining orphanage buildings in Australia.
This year’s tour is hosted on an interactive map. The map depicts
the ground floor of the building. The upstairs mostly hosted the dormitories where the young boys slept. Today the space is used as workspaces, offices and meeting rooms.
Tune in for a live Q&A with former residents on Saturday 25 + Sunday 26 at 11am.