Our Bodies, Our Voices, Our Marks is a suite of exhibitions and experiences exploring the art of tattoo, alongside themes of identity, self-expression, culture and community.
Multilingual story time for children and their adults, each month featuring a different language and theme.
Explore the courtyard at the Immigration Museum through tactile indicators.
Step inside one of Melbourne's most important 19th century public buildings.
Explore your identity with tattoo inspired activities.
Explore the power of our bodies, our voices and our marks to create new narratives and identities.
A discussion with OoPLA about the rationale behind Urban Tactility.
Join us for a night of poetry and spoken word performances.
Whose rights? Whose city? What role does design play in addressing urban inequality?
A discussion about the growing awareness of a multi-sensory approach to design in our cities.
Sione Napi Francis, lead curator of Museums Victoria Te Pasifika Gallery, discusses customary and contemporary art forms of tattoo from the Pacific.
How do we share space, share words and share positions in an increasingly divided and divisive world?
What stories do our bodies tell?
Through photographs viewers can appreciate the sheer beauty of Samoan tattoos
This ground breaking photographic exhibition explores the rich history of traditional Japanese tattoo culture and its influence on modern tattoo practice.
An exhibition about identity – who we are and who others think we are.
What would it take to make you leave your homeland and travel thousands of miles to another country?
Take a journey through Immigration Museum and uncover stories of migration to Australia.
A place to relax, talk to helpful staff, and research family and migration history.
Immigration is about us all - those who were here and those who came.
The Tribute Garden is a public artwork that pays tribute to 7000 people who have made the journey to Victoria.
More than 9 million people have migrated to Australia since 1788. Countless others have tried and failed.
The story of Customs House, where officials controlled what – and who – could enter Victoria.
An audio series imagines the world of migration from an alternative point of view.