7th Oct – 24th Oct 2021
Claire Ellis: In Any Way Shape or Form at Brunswick Street Gallery
The debut solo exhibition of an ex-Attica chef – who also made plates for the fine diner – features 100 ceramic plates in playful shapes, from a folded dumpling and pasta-like coils to seashells and citrus slices.
28th May – 26th Oct 2021
Lune Croissanterie Hot Suburbs Delivery
If you live more than five kilometres from the Fitzroy croissanterie, you can still order classic croissants and pains au chocolat; limited-edition, online-only pastries; and more. But you’ll have to get lucky with the suburb picks.
Lune Croissanterie, Fitzroy
24th Sep – 18th Nov 2021
A Trip Around the World: Gelato Sandwiches at Piccolina
Eight weeks, eight incredibly creamy gelato sandwiches – each inspired by the Piccolina family’s multicultural heritage. Think chocolatey tiramisu, flaky baklava, a coconutty Indonesian creation (with jackfruit) and more.
18th Feb – 19th Dec 2021
Mirka at the Jewish Museum of Australia
The exhibition goes beyond the artist’s paintings, highlighting never-shown works, historical mementos and drawings that’ll immerse you in the Melbourne icon’s world of art, food and famous friends. Plus, a soundscape that uses Mirka’s own voice will guide you through the space.
3rd Oct – 31st Dec 2021
French Impressionism at NGV Virtual Tour
The landmark exhibition of more than 100 impressionist pieces (by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro and more) isn’t reopening after lockdown. But you can still explore the artworks and learn about their significance at this virtual tour lead by senior NGV curators.
14th Jul – 31st Dec 2021
Standing With Sydney by Melbourne Digital Concert Hall
Starved for live music? Want to help support performers through another financially crippling lockdown? Enter this virtual concert hall, where top local performers – including the star of Hamilton Sydney and iOTA – are taking to the stage.
1st Jul – 31st Dec 2021
$20 Tickets at Arts House
The contemporary art and performance venue is slashing prices for the rest of 2021. On soon: an interactive botanical installation, a dance work that looks at Australia’s history of incarceration, a feminist play centering around the word “yes”, and more.
20th Sep 2021 – 31st Aug 2022
Seeing the Invisible at Royal Botanic Gardens
This ambitious, large-scale mash-up of contemporary art and augmented reality is the largest of its kind, opening simultaneously in seven countries. Walk through artworks by Ai Weiwei, Refik Anadol, El Anatsui and more, then watch them come alive through your phone.