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Fed Square is open. Instructions on enjoying the square in a safe manner, and everything else you need to know.
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Federation Story
Discover the history of Fed Square Have you ever wondered howled Square got its name? Federation Story is a timeline that traces the events, people and ideas that led to the Federation of Australia in 1901. Come and learn – visit the timeline on The Atrium Balcony at Fed Square.
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NGV Design Studio
A showcase of contemporary Australian design and architecture. Highlighting the NGV’s ongoing commitment to design, this dedicated space presents a diverse program of design and architecture-related content curated by the  Department of Contemporary Design and Architecture. The NGV Design Studio is a flexible space to explore and represent key ideas and issues in design and architecture and in doing so enhance the appreciation for contemporary design. Content ranges from retrospective exhibitions on seminal practitioners, to reactive projects, installations and thematic exhibitions exploring contemporary issues.
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ArtPlay at Fed Square
Where children play, create and learn. ArtPlay is a place where children – from babies to pre-teens- can explore their creativity and share unique artistic experiences with professional artists. Hosting more than 300 workshops, events and performances every year, from short workshops for young children and extended creative experiences for older children, the artists, workshops and participants are a reflection of Melbourne’s diversity. It is also the only playground in Melbourne’s CBD, with slides, sandpits, swinging hammocks, activity panels, rock and rope climbing features and balance beams. Bookings are required for most events, however, there are also free drop-in workshops available. Be sure to check out what’s on before dropping by. It’s behind Federation Square, next to the Yarra River – look out for the red brick building next to the playground.
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ACMI
ACMI is Melbourne’s definitive museum of screen culture, and one of the jewels in Fed Square’s crown. Join us and explore the universe of film, TV, videogames and art. ACMI celebrates the wonder and power of the world’s most democratic artform – fostering the next generation of makers, players and watchers. Their vibrant calendar of exhibitions, screenings, commissions, festivals, and industry and education programs explores the stories, technologies and artists that create our shared screen culture. Explore ACMI’s universe before they reopen their doors in 2021.
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The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia
NGV Australia’s back! The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia is now open. Free timed-entry tickets are now available to book. In addition to the Australian collection, visitors can explore three new exhibitions: DESTINY, TIWI and Ivan Durrant: Barrier Draw, as well as rediscover the ever-popular Top Arts 2020 and Marking Time: Indigenous Art from the NGV. Find out more: https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/
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Koorie Heritage Trust
The Koorie Heritage Trust is back! Doors will once again be open to the public from 7 December. In line with public safety measures, KHT will be implementing a range of public health and social distancing measures to ensure the safety of visitors and staff, including limiting the total number of visitors able to enter the building at any one time to 20, as well as requiring contact tracing compliance.   What’s on?  The 8th Koorie Art Show Come and check out the The 8th Koorie Art Show, Koorie’s annual end of year exhibition showcasing the work of Victorian based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. With over 120 works there are a range of styles and mediums on display, and all works will be available for sale. The 3rd Koorie Art Show for Kids and Youth. You also have the opportunity to see up and coming budding artists in The 3rd Koorie Art Show for Kids and Youth. Shop Koorie Open for business and stocking authentic Aboriginal products, ideal for Christmas giving, don’t forget to drop into Shop Koorie. KHT Online KHT Online will continue to keep its community connected in a virtual space, including an online virtual exhibition of The 8th Koorie Art Show, and the opportunity to purchase any of the artworks. Building Aboriginal Cultural Competency These incredible workshops for organisations, individuals and small groups will continue to be offered online, and delivered by Koorie’s experienced facilitators via Zoom.   What’s on hold? For now, the ever-popular Aboriginal Walking Tours and the self-guided tours of KHTs collection will re-open at a later stage.  
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