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Mapping Melbourne 2017

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Celebrating our Unique Asian Australian Identity
For over 17 days and in 14 venues, Mapping Melbourne will come alive with a series of intercultural, multi-art form events which will take place smack-bang in the heart of Melbourne.



Now in it's fifth year, this festival comprises both emerging and established performance, visual and musical artists, who gather to share and celebrate our unique Asian Australian identity and highlight positive global creative connections.

Mapping Melbourne 2017
KAIJU HIP HOP JAZZ PROJECT - Photo by Tsuyoshi Fujino


Performing and showcasing in some of Melbourne's iconic and public places, this mostly free festival will feature artists from across Australia, China, Japan, India, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.

Mapping Melbourne 2017
YUMI UMIUMARE - Photo by Sarah Walker


Come and join these contemporary independent artists from across the Asian region, from Thursday 30 November to Sunday 17 December, as they build connections and establish collaborative ongoing relationships while presenting challenging work. Mapping Melbourne seeks to create new perspectives, possibilities and expressions through these challenging artistic works.

Mapping Melbourne 2017
Illustration by Kemal Ezedine


Mapping Melbourne 2017
HAIKU HANDS - Photo by Cole Bennett


Check out what the festival got up to last year.


For a taste of what to expect around Melbourne this festival, Mapping Melbourne will launch at the MPavilion on Thursday 30 November, 6pm - 9pm. It will feature live performances, installations and interactions by Yumi Umiumare, the Kaiju Hip Hop Jazz Project featuring Kojoe & Aaron Choulai, and Haiku Hands

Mapping Melbourne is proudly produced by Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV)
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Why? a multicultural arts experience
Where: Melbourne
Cost: FREE
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Especially as Melb City Council has refused to back the Chinese New Year traditional festivities in 2018!
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