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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  • Jeremy Blincoe image of an owl

    The Myth of Progress

    667 Rathdowne Street, North Carlton
    Discover the mysterious and mythical world of Jeremy Blincoe at the latest Carlton Library Light Box Program exhibition.
  • Simon O'Carrigan Study for Reading in Edinburgh Gardens Mural (Detail) small

    Reading in Edinburgh Gardens

    182 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy
    Reading in Edinburgh Gardens is a panoramic mural by artist Simon O'Carrigan that comprises a view of the people reading books in Edinburgh Gardens. It can be seen at Bargoonga Nganjin North Fitzroy Library as part of the 2018 Yarra Exhibition Program. 
  • Hong by Narelle Cridland

    333 Bridge Road Richmond
    Presenting a romantic portrait of the Australian landscape in the palette of China’s auspicious colour, Hong is an exhibition at Richmond Town Hall which translates a sense of bewilderment and loss of identity for Narelle Cridland, an Australian expat living abroad in an Asian destination.
  • Dancehouse Rhiannon Newton hand with moss

    We Make Each Other Up

    Dancehouse is delighted to present the world premiere of We Make Each Other Up, a new Housemate artist-in-residence production by Sydney-based dancer and choreographer, Rhiannon Newton. Stemming from a desire to be a little more plant-like in life and work, Newton asks 'could a dance grow as a plant does'?
  • Image of landscape in Chile by Camila Galaz

    Camila Galaz

    you are the magnet and I am the metal (slowly magnitizdat) is a solo exhibition by Camila Galaz at C3 contemporary art space in Abbotsford.
  • dark blue and white background with event details over the top saying Music for Takayna/tarkine at Fitzroy Town Hall Ballroom on 18 August 2018 from 7pm to 11pm

    Music for takayna/Tarkine bush dance

    201 Napier St Fitzroy
    Come along to the Fitzroy Town Hall Ballroom on Saturday 18 August from 7pm to 11pm to raise funds for the Bob Brown Foundation’s campaign to protect the Tarkine national park in Tasmania’s North West. 
  • A black deck of hand crafted cards

    Fortunes of the Forest

    667 Rathdowne Street, North Carlton
    Fortunes of the Forest is a one-to-one-to-one encounter between artists Amaara Raheem and Caitlin Franzmann, and an individual. Selecting a card from a hand-crafted divination deck, visitors will receive a divination reading as well as a gift of a small dance triggered by the card they have chosen.
  • Black and White image of woman blowing seeds


    415 Church Street. Richmond
    Anvil productions in collaboration with Jesuit Social Services present 2:20AM , a new Australian play by award winning playwright Rebecca Lister. 2:20AM is drawn from Lister's own experience of losing a family member to suicide along with real stories of people directly impacted by suicide.
  • The Stroll

    The Stroll

    Created by Australian video, installation and performance artist Martha Ackroyd Curtis, marths ™., The Video's Suitcase Walk … rebooted is an urban/performance art project as part of 2018 Melbourne Fringe Festival.
  • Boss Squad in convertible car


    Five fearless females are smashing stereotypes while smashing out tricks in BOSS Squad. We don’t want a seesaw, we want to jump, fly and flip. This brand new ripper of a show calls out the cat callers, while embracing all things weird and acrobatically wonderful. On as part of Sidesault at the Melba.