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Artemis Muñoz


And the winner of the 2023 Stella Young Award is…

The annual Stella Young Award aims to recognise a young Australian disabled artist for their impact on disability activism. Artemis Muñoz (they/them) is a multidisciplinary artist living and working...

coloured boxes are filled with line drawings of people. in the cedntre there is an online event and auslan sybols. below it says The Gathering.


Join us in-person for the April Gathering!

Join us at the Arts Centre Melbourne for the April Gathering! This Gathering will be hybrid – so you can join us in-person or online. We will be meeting...

The Werribee Gorge, rich reds, browns and oranges create the gorge below, scattered bunches of yellow straw grass, dead tree branches hanging from the earth walls. Above are tall euculyptus trees, vibrant and green leaves contrasting the soft, blue sky.


From Here to There

From Here to There tracks our movement. Movement of the body, of the mind, of time. How we moved from where we were to where we are. How we...

Two painted dragons in oranges, greens, greys and yellows on a white hill against a black sky.


Shining a light into the darkness

Shining a light into the darkness references a journey. One that all artists take to find their creative voice. It also speaks to the benefits of art on individuals’...

A young boy in a room standing in the middle of a spilled puddle of Milk. With a surprised expression on his face. The boy has a hearing aid on a band, a light blue top with a tiger outline print and a blue, red, and white striped shorts, white socks with brown leather sandals. The image of the room around the boy is blurred.


Nimbus Studio present Spill

Spill is a multi-artform exhibition presented by the Nimbus Studio. Eleven artists present works in painting, photography, dry point etching and sculpture. Their works explore the idea and act...

blocks of black, pinks, salmon, gold, white with grey cross hatching across the painting


Katina Anapaikos solo exhibition

Katina Anapaikos’ exhibition is two years in the waiting! This will be Katina’s first solo exhibition. Katina uses paint and pastels to create large-scale compositions. The works explore line,...

Raina Peterson, a person with long dark hair, stands in a darkened space, their face and shoulders illuminated by a theatre light. Their head is throw back and their mouth is slightly open, as if in a reverie.


The Museum of Us: Embodiment Workshop

Drawing on their practice as a yoga and dance teacher, Raina will lead participants on a journey back to our bodies, the ground and the world around us after...

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The inaugural Arts Access Victoria Amplify Award

Established to shine a light on and recognise the contributions made by Deaf and Disabled musicians in the past 12 months, this award is long overdue and rewards the...

A digital illustration with a water stream filled with different coloured blobs, in a green solid field with a blue sky and two feather falling down


The Museum of Us

Click here for the video transcript We commissioned 50 Deaf and Disabled artists to create work exploring the questions: What could an accessible future be for Victoria? And what...