Olympics Live presented by Westpac
On Sunday 21st February Bunjil Place will be presenting The 13 Most Beautiful… Songs for Andy Warhol Screen Tests as part of the PHOTO 2021 Festival program. Senior Lecture in Screen Studies at Melbourne University Dr. Wendy Haslem has further explored the deep significance of Warhol’s films in the history of media and pop art.
Our Outdoor Screen in the Plaza presents a unique, specialised program that celebrates artists, filmmakers, animators, sporting heroes and our community. Learn more about the content we show directly from the minds of the curators. This week Zachary Hepburn talks to us about his curated piece titled, Cities, Places, People.
From naming shows to performing weird tricks, we have all the interesting a hilarious details of what it's really like to perform in a circus!
This Sunday the MIFF Summer Residency at Bunjil Place takes a dive into the perilous depths of the Amazon with the critically acclaimed adventure-thriller Jungle.
The MIFF Summer Residency at Bunjil Place kicks off on Friday 5 February with H is for Happiness, so we caught up with acclaimed director John Sheedy to discuss the film and his career transition from stage to screen.
Created by artist game makers Helen Kwok and Chad Toprak, Rainbow Bird Playground offers delightful puzzles, challenges, and activities for children, families, and adults alike.
Eight video artists think through time, scramble history, remix the past and reach for possible futures.
2021 is all about wellness! Get the family together and join resident yoga expert, Michelle, for a digital yoga class in the comfort of your own home.
From Ethiopia to Colombia, and weaving through the lands of this very continent, experience tales about ancient stones, connection to country, and the mesmerising tricks of hula hooping teens