Peeling back history to reveal Melbourne’s faces from the past
A team of University of Melbourne conservators has discovered a rich history under layers of paint at Victoria's Trades Hall ahead of its redevelopment.
The stories of a city
Writer Christos Tsiolkas, photographer Zoe Ali and historian Andrew May explore life on a single city block in Melbourne in the exhibition called City Songs.
Big Data projects big things for White Night
Using algorithms to analyse large amounts of social media data can tell us a great deal about how visitors experience White Night.
Finding the Hidden Hellenism in Melbourne
From the Hoddle Grid to the State Library of Victoria, tour Melbourne through a Greek lens and discover how Hellenic culture has shaped the city.
Cris Jones on The Death and Life of Otto Bloom
Director Cris Jones discusses his debut feature, The Death and Life of Otto Bloom, this year's Melbourne International Film Festival opening film.
Disaster relief, a dish best served bold
Artists Dawn Weleski and Jen Rae are taking discussions about food and climate change to a new level for a disaster-relief scenario in North Melbourne Town Hall
Five decades of films and the city that inspired them
Fifty unseen films have been released by the University of Melbourne's Victorian College of the Arts. What do they tell us about the city that inspired them?
Buying a house? How property data can help
A new set of property data can help you make that life-changing decision, analysing trends right down to the street and house.
Film in 1970s Melbourne — the enduring human drama
Three never-before-seen films from the University of Melbourne's Victorian College of the Arts offer insights into filmmaking, and Melbourne life, in the 1970s.
Armchair travel: 50 years of Melbourne films
Film and Television at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, is celebrating its golden anniversary by making 50 student films available.