Monash Arts Events

Featured events

Upcoming events

  1. Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Building S, Room S901

    ABC Big Ideas event

  2. Arts West North Wing, Building 148, University of Melbourne

    Languages, Literature, Cultures and Linguistics Conferences & Symposiums ASILE Conference 2018: Cultivating Literacy The theme for Australian Society of Indonesian Language Educators (ASILE) 2018 conference is Cultivating Literacy, a key issue for developing deep and ongoing relations between Australia and Indonesia in the 21st ‘Asian’ century. Cultivating Literacy goes beyond language learning in terms of […]

  3. Monash University, Lecture Theatre H238, Building H

    A Public Lecture by Professor Roman Koropeckyj (UCLA), Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Arts, Monash University.

  4. Japanese Studies Centre, 12 Ancora Imparo Way

    LLCL Seminar Series

  5. Caulfield Campus, H116, Monash University

    What did the lives of Polish Jewish youth look like on the eve of the Holocaust? Drawing upon a treasure trove of letters, diaries, and autobiographies written by Polish Jewish youth in the 1930s, this lecture explores their dynamic and turbulent lives.

  6. Monash University, Caulfield Campus

    Creative Directions is a festival of ideas and industry know-how exploring critical issues shaping the nature of work in the contemporary media, cultural and communications industries.

  7. Music Auditorium

    Join us for an exhilarating 50-minute performance featuring the Brazilian Ensemble and the Modal Music Ensemble!

  8. Monash University, Seminar Room, Ground Floor, Campbell Hall, 21 Sports Walk

    Music Research Seminars

  9. Monash College

    In this year’s Bill Kent Memorial Lecture, Professor Nicholas Terpstra of the University of Toronto will address the topic: ‘The Sound of a Wall: Spatial and Sensory Boundaries between Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Renaissance and Early Modern Italy'

  10. Monash Conference Centre

    We are delighted to invite you to the launch of the Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre. The Centre signals Monash University’s commitment in response to the rising awareness of family violence as the most common form of violence against women and the momentum towards transformative change arising from Victoria's landmark Royal Commission into Family Violence.

  11. Music Auditorium

    Join us for a special performance from our classical piano students, who demonstrate the diversity of activity taking place in the Monash University Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music classical piano program.

  12. Monash Univeristy, Caulfield Campus, Room B5.37, Building B

    Introducing main topics from a documentary “1948: Creation and Catastrophe” and a visual presentation by film's co-director, Prof.Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb

  13. Monash University, Robert Blackwood Hall, 49 Scenic Boulevard, Clayton Campus

    Premieres of works by Iain Grandage (2018 Monash University Ed Byrne Commission) and Ian McQueen are programmed alongside Stravinsky’s masterwork ‘The Firebird', in a concert that pays tribute to the old classics while celebrating the new.

  14. Music Auditorium

    Join the Wind Symphony and Brass Ensemble for a performance of the best brass and wind music going around. From Australian works, music from the movies and your brass favourites!

  15. Paris Cat Jazz Club

    Three awesome student ensembles come together for a night of jazzed up, funked up music at the Paris Cat Jazz Club. If you're looking for a night out, this is your chance!

  16. Music Auditorium

    This night promises to be exhilarating and thoroughly enjoyable. Sit back, relax, and let us take you on a musical journey you won't forget!

  17. Japanese Studies Centre, 12 Ancora Imparo Way

    LLCL Seminar Series

  18. Caulfield Campus, H116, Monash University

    David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973) was the “founding father” of Israel and the county’s first Prime Minister, beginning in 1948. His riveting story combines historical vision with pragmatic realism and grand charismatic leadership with intellectual, political and personal eccentricity.

  19. H5 Lecture Theatre, 20 Chancellors Walk, Monash University

    Film Screening of After the Apology

  20. Music Auditorium

    Joe O'Connor and Steve Barry are recognised as two of the most innovative and accomplished Australian improvising pianists of their generation. For this dynamic collaboration, Steve and Joe have developed new repertoire for piano duo, drawing on their shared interest in 20th and 21st century art music and the experimental quarters of New York's jazz and improvised music scene.