Start your night off at Flinders Lane Gallery. The gallery turns into a studio for the night, with interactive programs hosted by Josh Robbins as well as Jon Eiseman and Melinda Schawel.
walk west down Flinders Lane towards the centre of city
Make a stop off at Karen Woodbury Gallery to view Other Worlds, an exhibition of leading Australian landscape artist Phillip Wolfhagen.
staying on Flinders Lane, just a few doors down you’ll find your next destination
Chapter House Lane is showing a new installation oriented exhibition by Alasdair McLuckie. The artist’s new work adopts meticulous processes and a strong formalist aesthetic sensibility.
turn right onto Swanston Street and arrive at the Nicholas Building,
You’ll hit Stephen McLaughlan Gallery on level eight. Here you can take a breath and contemplate the times we live in, with a series of oil paintings on cartridge paper by Australian artist, Massimo Palombo.
finish off your walk by making your way north up Swanston Street
Immerse yourself in the lively group show at Fort Delta (located at the back of Capitol Arcade and downstairs). The Smell of an Oily Rag features 13 artists, the exhibition surveys contemporary practice across a wide variety of mediums against the backdrop of post-capitalism.