Outdoors Under Moonlight
2023 Program Guide
Embrace the Melbourne winter and take in the stars at these events.
THE RINK AT RISING — THU 1 JUNE — FRI 8 JULY
A magic new skate spot on the banks of Birrarung Marr. Slice up the ice under a deep constellation of lights.
SPARK — WED 7 — SUN 10 JUNE
Thousands of luminous, biodegradable lights catch the wind and dance in the night sky.
NIGHT TRADE — WED 7 — 18 JUNE
The St Paul’s Cathedral grounds become a fluid space of curated chaos. A free meeting place for song, dance, deliciousness and the uncanny.
CONSORT OF THE MOON — SAT 10 — WED 14 JUNE
A major new sound-work that transforms a haunting, ancient melody into an elemental experience of communal listening, both to each other and the wild earth.
ELECTRIC : SPIRITS OF THE LAND — WED 7 JUNE — SUN 10 JULY
Hamer Hall’s iconic façade plays host to Ancestor spirits and celestial worlds in a large-scale projection work from Aunty Zeta Thomson (Wurundjeri/Yorta Yorta).
MELBOURNE ART TRAMS 2023 — TUE JUN 13 2023 – JUN 2024
Melbourne Art Trams travel into a new season with six newly commissioned First Peoples artists rolling out vivid visions of a Blak tomorrow.
WALLABIES — WED 7 JUNE — SUN 18 JUNE
Twenty big wallabies, bursting with impressionistic colour and personality, peek out from banks of the Birrarung (Yarra River). See if you can find them all!
TIN & ED'S MULTITUDES — MON 5 JUNE — WED 5 JULY
The reimagined deep-sea creatures have taken up residence in Fed Square. See the new lair in the atrium.
10,000 Kazoos — SAT 10 JUNE
It’s 10,000 people, playing 10,000 kazoos and everyone’s invited. Simple. Powerful. Kazoo-tiful.
PHOTO: Anne Moffat