Regional Victoria Living Expo
Regional Victoria Living Expo
Friday 1-Sunday 3 May, Melbourne
 

Regional creativity on show at the 2015 Regional Victoria Living Expo

From fabulous festivals and stunning galleries, to busy performing arts centres and unique venues, it's clear that Victorian creativity spreads well beyond Melbourne's city limits. If you're thinking of making the move to regional Victoria, head along to the 2015 Regional Victoria Living Expo from 1-3 May at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre...more
Fri 1-
Sun 3
May

Collaborative Radio Project

A radio documentary and training program for emerging, refugee and asylum seeker communities to tell their own stories through sound. Stories broadcast on All Our Stories on PBS 106.7FM on Monday May 4, 1-3pm...more
Mon 4
May
PBS 106.7FM

Emerge in the West Festival 2015

Emerge in the West in the City of Maribyrnong reveals emerging African arts, culture and small businesses that have been growing rapidly in Melbourne's West, marking the start of the week long Africa Day Celebrations in Melbourne...more
Saturday
16 May

BAZm e Hazaragi

An afternoon of Hazaragi film, language, poetry and music; presented by Multicultural Arts Victoria in partnership with the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival (HRAFF), BAZm e Hazaragi shines light onto Melbourne's Hazara community and the beauty and wealth of their culture...more
Saturday
16 May
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Collaborative Radio Project
Collaborative Radio Project
Monday 4 May PBS 106.7FM

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Newly released report on 2014 VLGMIN Forum

Read the Victorian Local Government Multicultural Issues Network 2014 VLGMIN Forum Report 'Beyond Festival Showcasing: Enhancing Cultural Wellbeing and Cultural Citizenship through the Arts'. This report summarises key elements of the forum and can be used as a point of reference by local government staff working in the area of cultural development, including the arts, to inform their work with their communities and councils...more.

Visual Artist Minela Krupic joins MAV team in 2015

Minela is one of the successful recipients of the Professional Pathways Scholarship from VCA which will allow her to work at MAV for a year (March - December) and develop skills in project management and community engagement as well as her own expertise as an artist/printer. Minela will work in a part time position assisting in the development of 2015 MAV Visual Arts program and she will aim to contribute innovatively to the multicultural arts sector...more.

Multicultural Arts Victoria exhibition maps art of Melbourne, via south-east Asia

Mungkin banyak benda-benda di sekeliling kita yang memiliki fungsi penting, tetapi keberadaannya kadang tidak terlalu dianggap. Empat seniman dari Australia dan Indonesia mencoba untuk memaknai benda-benda tersebut. Apa jadinya kalau benda-benda tersebut kemudian 'bernyawa' dan 'hidup'?...more.

$150,000 commitment from Labor to new House of World Cultures

The Labor Party announced today, Friday 21 November 2014, that they will commit $150,000 to Multicultural Arts Victoria's House of World Cultures, a new venue to be established on Princes Pier, Port Melbourne, dedicated to ensuring innovation and diversity in Victoria’s arts and culture and tourism sectors...more.

Call for material! In collaboration with Asia Art Archive (Hong Kong)

Call for material! In collaboration with Asia Art Archive (Hong Kong)

In order to better document the contemporary Asian art ecology in Australia where many Asian artists are residing, Multicultural Arts Victoria and Asia Art Archive (AAA) are collaborating on a Call for Material from this region. We are happy to receive publications, exhibition catalogues, leaflets and brochures pertaining to activities of Asian art. Items collected will be delivered to AAA on a regular time interval basis, and then be made available free-of-charge to the public at AAA's facility in Hong Kong...more.
 

Emerge Ambassadors

Emerge Ambassadors

For the past decade, MAV's annual Emerge Festival that runs in metro and outer metro areas in Victoria has cultivated strong relationships with local community members, artists and leaders, many of whom have contributed significantly to the success of the festival and development of the program over the course of the decade. In 2014, Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV) is thrilled to formally acknowledge and appoint 34 artists from each Emerge Festival municipality of Maribyrnong, Dandenong, Fitzroy, Wyndham, Brimbank and Shepparton as 2014 Emerge Ambassadors...more.

MTC Connect Ambassadors -  A partnership between the Melbourne Theatre Company and Multicultural Arts Victoria

MTC Connect Ambassadors - A partnership between the Melbourne Theatre Company and Multicultural Arts Victoria

On Thursday 4 September, the Melbourne Theatre Company launched its 2015 program and the 2015 MTC Connect Ambassadors - a program in partnership with Multicultural Arts Victoria with the aim to support MTC's long-term goal in reflecting Melbourne's cultural diversity and expanding the cultural reach in theatre. 11 theatre-makers and actors were appointed from diverse cultural backgrounds, who will act as artistic and cultural ambassadors, advocates and facilitators between MTC and their communities...more.

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