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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  • Hong by Narelle Cridland

    333 Bridge Road, Richmond VIC 3121
    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.
  • Monet's garden by Julia Meere

    Monet's Garden

    415 Church Street, Richmond
    This series of paintings by Julia Meere is inspired by visiting Monet's iconic garden at Giverny with its changing light, myriad of vibrant colours and dazzling water. Meere was so inspired by the fact Monet painted for hours in that garden she was moved to pay homage to him.
  • In Word artwork


    128 Moor Street, Fitzroy
    For some time, artist Yasmin Heidler has been working with the poetic form and work that investigates contemporary notions of ‘the page’. The title of this series, in-word, literally refers to work that has been generated within the basic Microsoft Word for Windows Program.
  • 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.
  • Allergy Cat Lorilee Yang


    Itchy is an interdisciplinary group exhibition curated by Lorilee Yang, held at Seventh Gallery. The exhibition is a play on themes of ‘itchiness’ as a metaphor for cultural, social and political difference showcasing works by artists occupying diverse and intersecting identities.
  • Bonanza sculpture exhibition


    BONANZA is the yearly extravaganza exhibition at Yarra Sculpture Gallery, of the outstanding sculpture and spatial practice works from members of the Contemporary Sculptors Association of Victoria. 
  • Jugg life

    Jugg Life Sidesault at The Melba

    Jugg Life is an explosive fusion of dynamic live percussion and relentless energy, showcasing the breathtaking skills of two of Australia’s best jugglers. With a combined 30 years of performing experience, Byron Hutton and Richard Sullivan display precisely what they love about juggling in as many ways as possible, incorporating competition, danger, music and even a Rubik's Cube. Colourful, visual, turbulent and fun, this intense, non-stop escalation of skill and entertainment will delight the entire family.

  • Feed the Horse Sidesault at The Melba

    Feed the Horse combines the surreal and visceral nature of circus with other artforms to create an immersive, deliberately confronting experience that will shock your senses. Drawing on ritualistic dance, Dadaism and butoh, this work explores how far the human form can be distorted, taking you on a journey to reconnect with your own primal subconscious.

  • William Barton

    Play On Series Five

    Play On Series Five joins the dots between the world’s oldest living culture and the beating heart of Melbourne today, with revelatory classical performances alongside cosmic DJ sets in a lineup of Australia’s most revered artists. Play On returns for its fifth series over three consecutive Friday nights in October and November.
  • Archival Image - Jacob Raupach

    A Problem of Value

    A Problem of Value is an exhibition of new works expanding on Jacob Raupach’s investigations into the structures and constraints of the archive, both in its use of display mechanisms and its construction of, or allusion to, history and knowledge.
  • Four men standing together in suits

    The Boite presents La Mauvaise Reputation

    Come and enjoy a superb afternoon at Mark Street Hall on Sunday 28 October from 3pm with Australia's most authentic interpreters of the wild rhythms, passion and beautiful melodies of classic French chanson of 1930s Paris.
  • Behind the Curtain

    Behind the Curtain

    With the desire to pull back the veil and bring to you the next generation of artistry and discourse, Coalesce ARI in collaboration with Julian Cobb, have curated an exhibition to invite you to glimpse into the world and breeding ground of the fine art student.