Begin your nite immersing yourself in the work of emerging and established artists to watch at Kings ARI. Join curator Jack Brown of the show Some of Them got the First Look for a discussion and floor talk at 7pm.


take the 86 tram up Bourke Street, turn left on Swanston Street and proceed to level six of the Nicholas Building


CAVES gallery presents The Red and the White, a photography installation by Eliza Hutchinson exploring ‘pinkness’.


wander up to Collins Street to the Athenaeum Library


At 6pm Ruth Johnstone will give a talk, however if you miss this you will still be able to see her sculptural works that explore the function of the library in the digital age- compression of knowledge.


if you’re feeling that it’s time for a drink, head down Collins Street, just over Swanston Street


Make a stop at Bar Americano for a coffee or cocktail.


cut back up over Swanston Street and just a little up Bourke Street to find West Space


Presenting four separate exhibitions, West Space provides a rich environment of mixed mediums, artists and Melanie Irwin will do performance ‘Archimede’s Approximation of Pi’ between 7-9pm in the Front Space.


jump on any tram on Swanston Street up to The University of Melbourne


At the Grainger Museum, you can see artist Patrick Pound’s activation of specific items from the Percy Grainger collection.


walk across the campus to find the Ian Potter Museum of Art, our late-nite hub that closes at 12pm


Here you can enjoy Julie Rrap’s exhibition ‘Remaking the World’ while enjoying a performance by Melbourne band The Orbweavers at 10.15pm.