Melton City Council's exhibition program supports local and visiting artists to share their work with the community.  We also encourage exhibiting artists to devise public programs and create interactive arts experiences to bring their work alive for visitors.

Current Exhibitions:


Faces of Melton
An exhibition of local portraits by Tamirat Gebremariam

21 March - 28 April  • During opening hours • CS Gallery

Celebrating Harmony Day 2019, Tamirat Gebremariam has painted striking contemporary portraits of 12 residents of the City of Melton. His paintings are a tribute to a diverse group of individuals living in a community where cultural identities are varied and complex. 

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Take Your Best Shot - Your Photo Competition

21 March - 6 May • During opening hours • Melton Civic Centre
6 May - 29 July • During opening hours • Civic Centre

Last summer the Take Your Best Shot Photo Competition invited the City of Melton's young people to photograph what puts the 'Me' in Melton.  This exhibition of the best entries received across the competition, presents a striking vision of contemporary Melton as seen by the city's youth. 


Coveted Cameras
Community Collection Program

5 March - 30 May • During opening hours • Melton Library and Learning Hub

This exquisite collection of antique cameras dates between late 1800’s and 1900, including rare items such as an Art Deco camera inlaid with enamel, a nickel plated Cannon manufactured by Chicago Ferrotype Co and the ever curious Scovill Detective Camera, which pretends not to be a camera at all! 

Local collector and restorer Harry Wilson has been coveting old cameras for 14 years, and is sharing his collection for the first time with City of Melton residents.  See the display anytime during opening hours.


Diversity Wave Wall
Artists' Collective of Melton

19 March - 1 May • During Library opening hours • Melton Library and Learning Hub

Artists’ Collective of Melton and local school students have created a rainbow wave with a wall of handmade fluid art tiles to celebrate Harmony Day 2019.

Each tile, made by local students, represents the unique qualities of individuals who made them, showing that, while we are all different, we also share the same desires for respect and equity.  


Famous Faces of Melton
Heritage Week

9 March - 30 April • During opening hours • Melton Civic Centre

This Heritage Week display celebrates famous characters from our region who shaped local history. Enjoy stories about colourful characters including Jane Richmond, the first female professional car rally driver who raced in the Australian Grand Prix, or poet, essayist and literary critic Vincent Buckley, who was a central figure in Melbourne society. Make sure you tap into a host of heritage events in coming months.

All bookings and more information at:
Tickets: meltonartsandculture.eventbrite.com
Facebook: @imaginemelton
Ph: 9747 5300
Email: artsandculture@melton.vic.gov.au


Exhibition Locations and Opening Hours

193-201 Caroline Springs Blvd, Caroline Springs
Monday, Wednesday: 8am – 8pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 8am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 1pm – 4pm


31 McKenzie Street, Melton
Monday to Thursday: 8.30am – 8pm
Friday: 8.30am – 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 4pm
Sunday: 1pm – 4pm