Past community festivals
Celebrating the rich traditions of a variety of nationalities and ethnicities.
Identity: yours, mine, ours
An exhibition about identity – who we are and who others think we are.
Each immigrant has their own unique story to tell. This website explores why they came, where they settled and how they started a new life in Victoria.
Fusion, feminism and food
Flavours that flipped Australian kitchens.
Journeys to Australia
Immigration is a vital feature of Australia's history and national identity. Celebrate the journeys that changed Australia forever.
Beyond kilts and bagpipesScottish associational culture and its wider impact on Australian society, circa 1840 to 1920
Listening to Elders
Community elders guide Museums Victoria in representing First Peoples.
Fashion Redux at Melbourne Museum
Major fashion names used the Museums State Collection, in collaboration with Melbourne Fashion Festival, to create a completely unique look.
Melbourne's Biggest Family Album collection
In 2006 over 1000 favourite photographs of Melbourne were collected from Melburnians' private albums.
The Biggest Family Album in Australia collection
Over 9000 photographs from rural and regional Victoria dating from the 1890s to the 1940s.
The Federation Tapestry
Almost 41m long and 20,000 hours in the making, the tapestry marks the centenary of Australia's Federation.
What are your origins?
Where have Victorians come from?
Why did they come?