Listen up! Be entertained and enlightened with our collection of podcasts, music and audio interviews from the archives. From classical compositions by emerging artists to audio plays penned by our youngest digital storytellers, we’ve got something to inspire all audiophiles.
Listen to audio from the 2019 Future Echoes festival, where young creatives aged 13-30 years old, challenged ways of thinking through critical conversations and invited audiences into their processes. The festival featured new work by leading youth arts organisations and emerging artists from across Victoria.
From conversations about the interplay of art and politics through to explorations of art making, explore the broader issues that shape contemporary daily life in the Asia Pacific region.
Image credit: Sarah Walker
5 emerging composers. 5 new works. 5 minutes. In the midst of the global pandemic COVID-19, five outstanding emerging Victorian composers explored the theme of Memory.
Housed in a giant shoebox, A Mile in My Shoes is a roaming exhibit inviting visitors to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes – literally!
Listen to beautiful audio stories exploring our shared humanity from the Melbourne season, hosted on Arts Centre Melbourne’s forecourt in November 2019.
The video to the left is closed captioned.
A podcast series produced by young content creators and radio makers. Season one looks into various aspects of the music industry, and season two explores and unpacks issues around iconic Australian songs.
Dinosaurs, titans and ventures into the unknown - immerse yourself in original audio stories written and performed by budding storytellers!
This is theatre for your ears! Tune in to a new audio series where great dramatic texts are brought to life by some of your favourite stage actors. Produced by Melbourne Theatre Company.
Xavier Csar, CEO of Fed Square sat down with Tom Mosby, CEO of the Koorie Heritage Trust to discuss Black Lives Matter, NAIDOC Week and the Indigenous history of the Fed Square site.
Winner of the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Drama, this haunting and poetic story of resilience, isolation and survival is re-imagined as a sonic version. The 2018 theatrical production of Broken was performed at Melbourne's fortyfivedownstairs, and produced by Lab Kelpie.
Take an anthropological look at the process of making creative work. Each episode features a casual and candid conversation with an Australian artist about their individual journey, their own particular way of Making Art.
A podcast series produced by not-for-profit, independently-run community arts organisation FCAC. Platforming artists, creatives and stories in Melbourne’s West and beyond. Each episode engages an artist from communities of focus: First Nations, CALD, LGBQTIA+ and artists with disability.
We’re excited to share a new podcast by Circa Contemporary Circus. Featuring interviews with incredible creative producers, hear about the impossible feats they’ve orchestrated, the challenges they’ve faced and the stories they’ve collected along the way.
Neurodiversity is a radical social movement challenging the notion of what’s normal and what’s a disorder. We hear from actors on the autism spectrum, and a synesthete using her perceptions of colour and music to create art.
Image credit: Jason Lau
Listen to playwright Andrea James discuss her new work, Sunshine Super Girl – the remarkable story of Australian sporting legend Evonne Goolagong, recorded as part of MTC at MPavilion in January.