Photography and Art Exhibition
Proudly hosted by Refugee Radio, 'Jungleye' will feature the photographic art from a group of refugee photographers inside the Calais camp known as the The Jungle. On at the Meat Market: The Stables, these images will be exhibited alongside…
Echoes of the Mind will explore memory - its process, its purpose and its fundamentals. Do our memories define who we are or do they…
The Creator Lab brings diverse artists, creators, and thinkers together over 8 weeks to create a new body of work that is personal, important, and pushes our boundaries.
We're finally showcasing these works including live theatre performances, short films, visual art, live food tasting…
25/26 June 2016
Meat Market - North Melbourne
All ages event
Start the holidays off with a great weekend of building and creating for the whole family. Join Inside the Brick for the Melbourne LEGO Fan Expo and see a major exhibition at the Meat Market. Get hands-on in the…
THIS WEEKEND! Sun 5 June 10AM - 3PM
With more than 70 designers, Swagger Child Design Market will impress anyone who loves to shop for high quality children's style…
Meat Market and Periscope Theatre present
If you can't create a baby, you can always re-create yourself.
With emotional morning sickness and experiences she can't shake, Aurora takes to the streets. Attaching herself to strangers more interesting than friends, they prove far more dangerous. But you must go backwards…
17:30 Sunday 29 May
Piano Project is a Melbourne-based venture that sponsors piano lessons for refugee children who are new immigrants to Australia.
13 - 22 May
Tues to Sun 12pm - 6pm
Meat Market: The Stables
On at the Meat Market, Something Less is an unmistakably Tasmania-centric collaborative exhibition and publishing project that breaks open the narrative of Tasmanian history and mythology and its place in the Australian national…
12 - 22 May
Tues to Sun 12pm - 6pm
Meat Market: Main Pavilion
Returning to the remains of the temporary mining camp located 1651km from Perth that her family called home in the 1980s, video artist Claire Robertson takes her audience on a journey into the vast…
Please join the Melbourne Philharmonia Project for its inaugural concert as they embark on this exciting musical journey.
This concert will feature two works, Peter Sculthorpe's iconic work "Kakadu" and Mahler's monumental 1st Symphony "Titan" all to be conducted by MPP's Artistic Director, Clinton Daley.
The Cobblestone Pavilion of Melbourne's Iconic…
Built in 1880, the Meat Market is a grade one heritage listed building with enormous character and history.
Located in North Melbourne, the Meat Market offers a wide range of spaces suitable for a number of uses including performances, community events, conferences, filming and rehearsals. Just a short walk away from…