What's On
Let your little artists unleash their creativity at 'Expression Through Art for Kids' - a fun-filled kids' art course.
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  • Children
  • Course
Step into a world of wonder and exploration as we invite your little ones, aged 2-5 years to our Messy Play sessions.
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  • Children
This delightful exhibition showcasing the artworks of our local students celebrates the Sister City relationship between the City of Whitehorse and Matsudo, Japan.
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  • Matsudo
This Sogetsu Ikebana exhibition features students of curriculum and master classes and is presented by Emily Karanikolopoulos.
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  • Art Exhibition
  • Free
  • Matsudo
Established artist Mark Dober presents wall-sized gouache and watercolour paintings on paper that document various sites in southeast Australia.
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  • Art Exhibition
  • Free
Celebrating the Sister City relationship between Whitehorse City Council and Matsudo, Japan.
  • Matsudo
  • Workshops
Celebrating the Sister City relationship between Whitehorse City Council and Matsudo, Japan.
  • Matsudo
  • Workshops
Celebrating the Sister City relationship between Whitehorse City Council and Matsudo, Japan.
  • Matsudo
  • Workshops

Venues & Festivals across Creative Whitehorse

The City of Whitehorse is one of the most dynamic art and cultural hubs in metropolitan Melbourne. There’s something for everyone – exhibitions, music, theatre, heritage, and art and craft.

Creative Whitehorse: connecting you to a creative community. 

A gallery hosting curated exhibitions on contemporary subjects, with invited artists and works from its fine collection.
Our well-loved community arts centre, with excellent, accessible term/holiday programs and topical exhibitions.
A historic building hosting events of all sizes: with a stage, catering facilities, hireable spaces and amenities.
Historic cottage and museum complex surrounded by hectares of bushland, open weekends and available for school tours.
A heritage building and vast green space, host to classes, events and sustainability-focussed programs for all ages.
Festivals are one of the most loved programs in the City of Whitehorse, with over 45,000 people attending annually.