Category: Melbourne Now

Melbourne Now was just the beginning

From speech given by Tony Ellwood at the Contemporary Now event, Tuesday 18 March 2014.   I would like to share some of our exciting plans for the future. Plans that signal a shift in the long term vision of …  More

Tully Moore & Tony Garifalakis

TG: Your work in Melbourne Now utilises an array of visual fragments in its compositional structure, what are the sources of these elements and is it important to you that they are recognisable to the viewer?   TM: I guess this …  More

Ash Keating & Steaphan Paton

    AK: In Melbourne Now, one half of your artwork, Cloaked Combat, hangs directly next to my video West Park Proposition, and it strikes me as a wonderful and unexpected connection and interplay. It has been great learning more about …  More

A poetic engagement in reproduction #1

For my Melbourne Now installation, A poetic engagement in reproduction #1, I was drawn to a group of eighteenth Century brocade fragments from the NGV’s Fashion and Textiles Collection. These works were a reference point for the production of a …  More

You loved it, help us keep it.

We weren’t surprised to find that Anne-Marie May’s RGB (Mobile) was popular with our visitors, and we’ve enjoyed watching it pop up again and again in photos on the Melbourne Now Social Hub. It’s also been the most visited, liked, …  More

WIN a reserved table for you and your friends at Friday Nights at Melbourne Now

WIN a reserved table for you and four friends at Friday Nights at Melbourne Now where  Haitus Kaiyote will be performing! Guaranteed entry, a reserved table for you to come and go as you please, plus drinks and some snacks …  More

Melbourne Now Design Residency: Bolwell EDGE Caravan Studio #11 Carter LeAmon Studio

Architect Edmund Carter and industrial designer and artist Simone LeAmon share a collaborative practice. Known for developing design and creative strategies in the areas of public and urban design, interiors, product design and exhibitions, Carter LeAmon’s projects draw on the …  More