Yarra is home to a vibrant program of music, theatre and visual arts events, together with popular and exciting festivals and community celebrations.

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  • Loading by Siri Hayes

    Loading by Siri Hayes

    Loading was created by taking screen grabs of Instagram loading in low reception areas. A technological glitch is exploited for artistic purposes: these blurry images contain the essential schema of the image minus their identifying details. Loading is an exhibition by Siri Hayes, on now at the North Carlton Library.
  • Abstract collage image, with overlapping and visually textured surface. Featuring green, grey and brown elements and two rectangular/square mostly blue toned elements.

    Moving Pixels with the Speed of Light by Corinna Berndt

    415 Church Street, Richmond
    Corinna Berndt’s inquiry into the digital image space and editing technology questions how the human body might either be defined by, or incorporated into its immediate environment, and to what extent digital processes might blur the representational boundaries between the body, its social context and technology.
  • Cold Shoulder 2018 Woven tapestry and textile collage Wool, cotton, linen and silk

    Conceal Reveal

    128 Moor Street, Fitzroy
    Conceal/Reveal is a series of new textile works by Mardi Nowak.  Playing with positive and negative spaces, layering and textures the work is an investigation into images of female identity. 


  • 23rd Key, Only Super Human, 2017, aerosol on cradled board (detail)

    Keezus by 23rd Key

    333 Bridge Road, Richmond VIC 3121

     Keezus is an exhibition of recent works from 23rd Key (Jessica Kease) using the intricate artform of stencil painting to engage and challenge viewers.

  • Even if the race is fated to disappear 3 (Peeneeyt Meerreeng _ Before, Now, Tomorrow), SQUAREcrop

    Toongkateeyt (Tomorrow)

    182 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North
    Toongkateeyt (Tomorrow) is an exhibition of works by Hayley Millar-Baker. Toongkateeyt (Tomorrow) sees the mashing of Countries through inter-generational experiences to create imagined landscapes.
  • Image by Alan Cotton

    Outside In

    Yarra Sculpture Gallery hosts an exhibition of new works by the Visual Arts Students at Box Hill Institute, CAE Campus.
  • Rah Rah Retrospective

    Rah! Rah! is a feminist punk rock retrospective of the past 30 years of female, femme and non binary sounds from Melbourne. From The Wet Ones to Wetfest, this multi arts gathering resets the historical cannon of contemporary music with a 12 hr event across The Speigeltent and the Tote on Sat 12th Jan 2019.
  • Bus Projects Parallel Park (Holly Bates and Tayla Jay Haggarty) Tandem 2016. Archival inkjet print. Image courtesy the artists

    Queer Economies

    Queer Economies takes its cue from the handmade artworks and objects that queer artist and activist David McDiarmid gifted to friends and loved ones during his lifetime. Following in McDiarmid’s generous logic, Queer Economies explores the non-monetary, in-kind economies that emerge within LGBTQIA+ communities, in order to foster resilience, love and connection. 
  • Alicia King. 2018. Future Nature (II). Cast pigmented polyurethane magnetics. 40cm x 40cm x 30cm (1)

    Alien Nature

    Alien Nature is an exhibition at C3 Contemporary Art Space by Dr Alicia King. Alien Nature explores ideas of biological utopias within the context of the technologisation of nature and anthropomorphisation of technology.