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Wominjeka (Welcome). We acknowledge the Yaluk-ut Weelam as the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet. Yaluk-ut Weelam means ‘people of the river camp’ and is connected with the coastal land at the head of Port Phillip Bay, extending from the Werribee River to Mordialloc. The Yaluk-ut Weelam are part of the Boon Wurrung, one of the five major language groups of the greater Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the land, their ancestors and their elders—past, present and to the future.

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During the 2020 season, MPavilion responded to the needs of the time by hosting events at multiple locations.
Our 2020 season is now closed, but you can still visit these locations while we gear up for the launch of our next season, in November 2021.
Please note that some locations have set opening hours, so be sure to check them before your visit.

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Our Podcast Library is regularly updated with archive recordings from talks and readings from the first MPavilion season in 2014 to the present day.

It’s a place brimful of recordings so that you can visit—or revisit—a selection of our cultural events from over the years and listen in-season to the latest from MPavilion 2020.

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  • JUST ANNOUNCED: The Living Cities Forum is returning to Melbourne in July!  For as long as humanity has traded, materials have flowed. The Living Cities Forum 2022 theme 'Material Flows' will examine the global material flows that underwrite our growing built environments.  The day-long forum will feature globally celebrated thinkers, architects and urbanism experts—the first round of speakers to be announced includes Ghanaian educator and architectural scientist Mae-ling Lokko, Netherlands based architect and educator Joseph Grima, Canadian landscape architect Jane Hutton (virtual), and British architect and co-founder of Dark Matter Labs Indy Joha.  Speakers will explore if the current global disruptions to material flows—as a result of the global pandemic, wars and other destabilising factors—might well be our chance to rethink the materials we have taken for granted.  This will be an opportunity to rethink logistics as ethics and to reframe scarcity as the catalyst for new abundance.  Thursday 21 July, 9am-5pm
The Edge, Fed Square Melbourne
🎫 Tickets are on sale now via the link in our bio  @maelokko 
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@indy_johar  #LivingCitiesForum #LCF22 #CircularEconomy #Architecture #UrbanDesign
  • Sean Godsell—master craftsmen and MPavilion 2014 architect—has been named the winner of the 2022 AIA Gold Medal! 👏  The gold medal is the highest honour awarded by the Australian Institute of Architects and incredibly well-deserved recognition of Sean’s 40-year career and influence on architecture in Australia.  Sean designed the inaugural MPavilion 2014—conceived as architecture that ‘bloomed like a flower’ each day and opened to its audience, and also held a mysterious box-like quality at night.  The jury recognised Godsell’s lifetime’s work demonstrating “an extraordinary commitment to excellence in design, detail and resolution”.  For a small practice that has completed a relatively small number of dedicated projects, his level of international recognition is unparalleled. Among his many international contributions and accolades, he received the 2016 DETAIL Prize in Germany for MPavilion 2014.  Congratulations, @seangodsellarchitects! 🥇  Head to the link in our bio to read more.  #MPavilion #AIAGoldMedal #SeanGodsell #SeanGodsellArchitects #AIA #Architecture
  • Move over Met Gala...  We're looking back at highlights from the Outwst Fashion Show at MPavilion in April!  Not only did the @outwst.tm crew pull off an incredible show, but they also drew one of the largest crowds for the entire MPavilion 2021/22 season—congratulations again, @outwst.tm 👏 🔥  📷 Images 1-7 @bellaloke, 8-16 @caseyhorsfield  #MPavilion #Outwst #MMeets #MelbourneFashion #FashionDesign
  • 📸 Snaps from our final workshop on Sunday: Weaving with Aunty Bronwyn Razem.  Thank you to everyone who came along to farewell MPavilion while making bush critters and learning traditional weaving techniques with Gunditjmara Artist & Master Weaver Bronwyn Razem.  We were incredibly fortunate to have Aunty Bronwyn with us, sharing knowledge passed on through her Gunditjmara family heritage 🧡  📷 @caseyhorsfield  #MPavilion #MMeets