“Adventurous art lovers cherish the curated performance program at Arts House. It is replete with curious delights from around Australia and the world." – The Age
Who we are
Arts House, as a key program of the City of Melbourne, is Melbourne’s contemporary centre for performance and interactive artforms. We support innovative responses to the changing nature of our cities through creative inter disciplinary practice, curated through a balance of provocation, responsiveness and collaboration with artists, communities and audiences.
Image: Aeon, Lz Dunn. Photo: Bryony Jackson
Image at top: Trilogy, Nic Green. Photo: Bryony Jackson
To contact Arts House staff, please call or email the General Enquiries contact.
(03) 9322 3720
Contact us via email
Arts House Box Office is open from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday, and 90 minutes prior to performances.
(03) 9322 3720
Contact the box office via email
+61 411 029 393
Email Ben for all media enquiries
“Set out from the very beginning of a project to articulate some environmental guiding principles with your team, so everyone understands that these considerations are tantamount to the art, or indeed, that an environmental thinking can co-exist with art-making.’ Nicola Gunn, SANS HOTEL
At Arts House, we strive to be a leader in sustainability. We consider environmental sustainability in the making, administration and delivery of works.
We have adopted greener alternatives across Arts House and promote sustainable practice across all our activities and business practices. Some of our key sustainability initiatives include the Greenie-In-Residence Program, which saw Matt Wicking from Tipping Point spend time with us to facilitate a year-long program of workshops, consultation and networking events based on greening the arts; we have implemented a paperless ticketing system and paper-free show programs (you can view them all online); we have a very healthy compost for all staff and Arts House artists, and an edible garden on the Arts House terrace.
For more information on Arts House’s approach to sustainability please be in touch. We’d love to chat.
Image: Howl by Aphids. Photo: Sarah Walker