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We want you to enjoy MPavilion and stay safe. Please follow COVID Safe practices when attending MPavilion events, and if you are unwell, stay at home and tune in online.

COVID-19 Safe Plan

Wominjeka (Welcome). We acknowledge the Yaluk-ut Weelam as the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet. Yaluk-ut Weelam means ‘people of the river camp’ and is connected with the coastal land at the head of Port Phillip Bay, extending from the Werribee River to Mordialloc. The Yaluk-ut Weelam are part of the Boon Wurrung, one of the five major language groups of the greater Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the land, their ancestors and their elders—past, present and to the future.

mPavilion 2020

For the first time in 8 years, MPavilion will be hosting events at multiple locations during the 2020 season.


Explore our M-Topics


Our Podcast Library is regularly updated with archive recordings from talks and readings from the first MPavilion season in 2014 to the present day.

It’s a place brimful of recordings so that you can visit—or revisit—a selection of our cultural events from over the years and listen in-season to the latest from MPavilion 2020.

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  • ⁣Music and animal lovers rejoice, we've got an announcement: Hope St Radio + MPavilion - Live From Melbourne Zoo. ⠀
What could be fuzzier? Yep, we're talking Big penguin energy. 10 weeks, 30 presenters, no feeding the animals. ⠀
Tune in live every Friday 4 -7pm, from Nov 13 - Jan 29 ⠀  Who else can't wait for MPavilion 2020? 🙋 📻 🎧 
@mpavilion @hopstradio @zoosvictoria #MPavilion2020 
#MPavilionZoo #MMusic #HopeStRadio
  • “The dormant street serves as a blank slate onto which ideas compete for the reimagining of a future city.” - Elizabeth Taylor for @foregroundnews Living Cities Forum Series.  In the wake of the pandemic, how will the car and the subsequent need for parking space affect how we live and engage within our cities and high streets?  Commissioned by @nmf_au for the Living Cities Forum series, Elizabeth Taylor’s article ‘Street Fighter: Car parks, COVID-19 and the future of urban retail’ (part 1) explores how the car, parked or moving contributes to our overall liveability. Taylor suggests we're in for a street fight. 🚕 🅿️ 🚙  👉 Link in bio to read the full article
📸  State Library of Victoria Archives.
  • ⁣“Architecture touches on so many different aspects of what it is to be human. It’s culture and aesthetics obviously, but it’s also politics, economics, urban planning and history... It’s helping us find our place in the world with a future that is very uncertain. It is so important not to lose confidence in what that future could be.”⠀— Amanda Levete, architect of MPavilion 2015. ⠀  Step into the innovative and optimistic mind of MPavilion 2015 architect and 2018 RIBA Stirling Prize winner, Amanda Levete.⠀⠀  Speaking recently with the @financialtimes, Levete reflects on the uncertainty of our times, and how recent scientific explorations have given her a newfound optimism for building a better future by living better with nature, now.⠀  Click link in bio to read the article 👉🗞️  📸 Timothy Burgess & @johngollings 
@amandalevetearchitects  #AmandaLevete #MPavilion2015
  • Lonely? Today on the MPavilion #podcast, we’re sharing this pertinent conversation from 2019 with @reallifeworking that tackles combatting loneliness in today’s modern world, from #fomo to neuroscience.
Click the link in bio or listen at 
📸 by Anthony Richardson
#MPavilion2019 #MPavilionpodcast #loneliness #connection #mentalhealthmonth