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Taking Care: First Nations Design for a Changing Climate - Tue 27 Feb 6.30 PM — 8.30 PM
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When its season draws to a close, each MPavilion is gifted to the people of Victoria and relocated to a permanent home in the community where it can remain as a catalyst for conversation.Discover Relocated MPavilions
770 Collins Street
Docklands VIC 3008
Parkville VIC 3052
26 Ancora Imparo Way
Clayton VIC 3800
Queen Victoria Gardens
Opposite National Gallery of Victoria
Parkville VIC 3010
25 Dawson St, Brunswick VIC 3056
Wominjeka (Welcome) We acknowledge the people of the Eastern Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which MPavilion stands. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present – and recognise they have been creating, telling stories and caring for Country for thousands of generations.
Meet the Collaborator: Rachel Elliot-Jones, Molonglo
Rachel Elliot-Jones is the Head of Public Programs at Molonglo. For over a decade, Rachel has been a stalwart of our city’s art and design community, having contributed to organisations such as Assemble Projects, Right Angle — and MPavilion! As we get ready to host Molonglo at the pavilion for Office Wear (part of the...
5 Minutes With: Susan Bamford, MPavilion Front of House
Those who have visited MPavilion 10 this season may recall chatting to Susan Bamford. Having joined our Front of House team for MPavilion 10, Susan has been warmly welcoming guests into the pavilion all season long. This week, we caught up with Susan to see how she spends her summer weekends. Tell us about your...
Meet the Maker: Muhubo Sulieman, Qaymi Arts & Crafts
Muhubo Sulieman is the head weaver at Qaymi Arts & Craft — a traditional Somali weaving practice. Having grown up in Somalia, Muhubo learnt traditional weaving techniques from her mother and her older sister. She recalls, with fondness, the thatched huts she grew up in — known in the Somali language as an aqal. These...