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by Josh Muir

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Our guide to living local

All of us at Arts House are super-passionate about the neighbourhood around us.
We spend a lot of time exploring Errol St and the surrounding area and we hope you will too.

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Melbourne is about to meet RISING, the biggest arts festival to take over the city, and two of the hottest tickets are right here at Arts House.

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Housewarming: North Melbourne Constellation

Australia’s laureate of lasers Robin Fox returns to Arts House with a new project of transformation. Featuring a multitude of crystal balls that refract…

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Housewarming: As We Bloom

Step into a series of serene, fragrant settings in which the cycles of nature echo the flourishing of the community surrounding the artists. These…

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Housewarming: Deep Clean

This meditative video installation explores the chasm that exists between discussions of decolonisation and diversity and the lived experiences of people from minoritised communities….

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Housewarming: Listen

Through performance poetry, projection and textiles, award-winning artist Chelle Destefano assembles a powerful series of works that invite Hearing audiences to reflect on the…

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Housewarming: Elevation

They can be the backdrop to panic or soul-crushing boredom, settings for flirtation or uncomfortable proximity. For a space so small, the elevator looms…

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Housewarming: Palmistry of Pointlessness

Come lay down your palms for a one-on-one reading guaranteed to change your life, or at least your lunch break. Following on from his…

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Makeshift Publics Artists

After an intense selection process we’re thrilled to reveal the 10 artists who will take up the challenge of the inaugural Makeshift Publics.

Arts House acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land, the Bunurong Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples of the Eastern Kulin Nation, and pay our respect to Elders both past and present and, through them, to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.