MPavilion hosts a four-month program of free events. It operates as a cultural space for the community and a space of collaboration and experimentation for the creative sector. A rich offering of free talks, workshops, installations and performances are commissioned and presented in partnership for each edition, presented with more than 400 cultural education partners.



A series of public talks and lectures, featuring architects, designers, artists curators, invited experts and thought leaders from Australia and the rest of the world. MTalks aims to encourage discussion and debate around issues of social, civic, urban and cultural concern.


Focusing on social interaction and engagement, MMeets events ranges from design and craft workshops, yoga, dance, dog walks, debates and meditation. MMeets aim to bring diverse communities and activities together by offering free community programming that is inspiring, congenial and meaningful to the public.


MKids aims to create inspiring events for children and families including workshops, readings, music and installations. MKids provides a pathway for young audiences to connect with the ideas around MPavilion and have free creative learning experiences in the public realm.


MMusic aims to present a diverse selection if aural experiences for audiences within the architect designers space of MPavilion. Each year MMusic features local and international musicians including DJs, solo musicians, bands, sound orchestras, and leading composers and conductors.


Commissioned installations that transform the MPavilion space for a single day or a entire week, MProjects offer an opportunity for visual and performance artists and organisations to conduct projects around public space and community engagement.

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.