Arts in Maroondah

Arts in Maroondah

The arts are high on the agenda for making Maroondah a great place to live and work. 

Opportunities for attending and participating in the arts range from leading contemporary visual art exhibitions, programs and activities at the ArtSpace at Realm and the Maroondah Access Gallery and accessible art and lifestyle classes and workshops at Wyreena Community Arts Centre. There's also an exciting range of local and touring theatre and music performances at Karralyka Theatre.

The arts are an important part of everyday life in Maroondah. From the Maroondah Art Trail in cafes dotted throughout the city, to engaging public art in our parks and facilities, they are central to the quality of life in our City.

To find out more about Council's commitment to supporting the arts in Maroondah, see our Arts and Cultural Development Strategy 2014-2018 or contact a member of the Arts and Cultural Development team on 9298 4545. 

Free live music at Realm

Head down to Realm with family and friends to enjoy great local talent at the FREE Live at Realm music series.

The sessions will run on Sundays, from 19 June to 24 July from 1pm to 2.30pm.

Cora Browne will be performing traditional celtic and contemporary folk pop this weekend, Sunday 3 July at 1pm.

Read more about upcoming performances in the series.

Smoke and Mirrors

In recognition of National Sorry Day and National Reconciliation Week 2016, we have developed a vibrant program of activities, events and workshops for people of all ages that celebrates the diversity of Indigenous culture today.

Read more about the Smoke and Mirrors exhibition




1 Million Stars Project


Maroondah residents are invited to join Council in the One Million Stars to End Violence Project.

The Project brings people together across Australia and the world to weave stars as an expression of support for ending all forms of violence.

Find out more about the 1 Million Stars Project.





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