Arts Centre Melbourne
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Arts Centre Melbourne information
The Arts Centre is made up of two separate buildings: Hamer Hall (the concert hall) and the theatres building (under the spire). Both are linked by a series of landscaped walkways. The George Adams Gallery and St Kilda Road Foyer Gallery are free gallery spaces with changing exhibitions. In the foyer of the theatres building, pick up a self-guided booklet for a tour of art commissioned for the building and including works by Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan and Jeffrey Smart.
The Arts Centre hosts a craft market every Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Around 80 artisans sell everything from juggling balls to photographs. Across the way in the Kings Domain is the Sidney Myer Music Bowl , a summer venue with a stage that's been graced by everyone from Dame Kiri Te Kanawa to summer dance parties.