Your MPavilion 2018 program is here!
Get your diary because our program of free spring-summer events has arrived. With hundreds of events and more collaborators than ever before, we couldn’t be happier to share this season’s calendar of talks and workshops, multidisciplinary performances, interactive installations, kid-friendly experiences, and more.
This year’s program is inspired by the philosophies of MPavilion 2018 architect Carme Pinós of Barcelona’s Estudio Carme Pinós and considers what it means to cultivate inclusive and equitable cities. International guests include Carme Pinós, celebrated former director of Tate museums Sir Nicholas Serota CH, acclaimed next-gen New York theatre director and writer Lila Neugebauer; UK-based design sensations Fixperts, and more.
In 2018 we’ve expanded our Indigenous architecture forum series BLAKitecture. We’re also hosting our inaugural Writer in Residence, Maddee Clark, and are thrilled to announce our Artist in Residence, the award-winning Esther Stewart, who will create an interactive installation for you to enjoy at MPavilion over summer.
This season’s local collaborators include Bakehouse Studios, Chunky Move, SensiLab at Monash University, Melbourne Theatre Company, Multicultural Arts Victoria, Liquid Architecture, Science Gallery Melbourne, Melbourne Festival, Westside Circus, Bedroom Suck Records, Heide Museum of Modern Art and many, many—did we say many?—more.
Construction of Carme’s MPavilion is currently underway in the Queen Victoria Gardens, Southbank Arts Precinct and will open to the public on Tuesday 9 February.
Watch our launch video below and head to our program page to see what’s on at MPavilion 2018.