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First Nations Early Career Writers-in-Residence 2020: MPavilion x Footscray Community Arts Centre
About the residency: The residency is a three-month long program for three First Nations Early Career Writers from Monday 3rd August to Sunday 1st November. The opportunity includes: A desk space for the duration of the residency at Footscray Community Arts Centre (FCAC), available as needed A monthly meeting with the other writers and mentors...
“The lasting, living legacy of Naomi Milgrom’s MPavilion” by Stephen Todd
Published by Thames & Hudson, designed by legendary locals Studio Ongarato, and filled with contributions from renowned leaders in design, MPavilion’s new book, MPavilion: Encounters with Design and Architecture is a celebration of six outstanding years of Australia’s favourite cultural laboratory. The first book ever published about MPavilion, MPavilion: Encounters with Design and Architecture captures the...
Glenn Murcutt AO’s MPavilion 2019 gifted to The University of Melbourne
It’s with great pride that we announce the gifting of Glenn Murcutt AO’s 2019 MPavilion to The University of Melbourne, after hosting the biggest season so far in the Queen Victoria Gardens. “In commissioning the 2019 MPavilion, Naomi Milgrom was very open to a broad range of possibilities when she engaged me as the architect....
Glenn Murcutt AO
In 2019, MPavilion welcomes influential Australian architect Glenn Murcutt AO as our esteemed designer. Often referenced as Australia’s most famous architect, Glenn is the only Australian recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize (2002), and is internationally recognised for environmentally sensitive and responsible designs with a distinctive Australian character.
Learn more about previous years’ architects.
You can visit 4 of the past pavilions at their new homes around Melbourne.Locations
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 2019/20.Browse Library