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Retreat

James Grant
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

An exhibition of paintings exploring local landscapes and private domestic environments which have become increasingly important spaces of both refuge and of tension over the last year.

Greedy Pixiu

William Eicholtz
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Greedy Pixiu are a pan Asian chimera to accompany us back from a difficult pandemic year.

monumentum EXHIBITION POSTPONED

John Mezzini
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

A series of conceptually abstract paintings based on the physicality of movement of his performance artist subjects, including acrobats and professional dancers.

Coastline EXHIBITION POSTPONED

Roma McLaughlin & Kathy Fahey
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

A series of paper cuts, collages and paintings depicting the Victorian southern coastline in the context of climate change and rising sea levels.

RUNT | Return Season

Dee & Cornelius & Wilks
fortyfivedownstairs theatre 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000

RUNT to return to our theatre after a sold-out premiere season

Emerging Artist Award 2021

presented by fortyfivedownstairs
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

2021 submissions open!

Still by Jen Silverman

Jen Silverman
fortyfivedownstairs theatre 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000

Written by one of the hottest young playwrights from New York City, Jen Silverman’s award-winning play will make you laugh, cry and reflect, often all at the same time.

King & Wood Mallesons Contemporary First Nations Art Award

fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

In its second season, the Award is a biennial competition established by KWM to promote and encourage the highest standard of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art practice in Australia.

Step. Float. Fly

Chloe Vallance
fortyfivedownstairs gallery 45 Flinders Lane, Melbourne

Step. Float. Fly has been formed through a warm and sometimes mysterious observation of people and animals as they engage within everyday activities and moments of contemplation.

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