Grace Kwabo, TAKEBACK! Photo by Deshani Berhardt
La Descarga Band, Melbourne Cumbia Fest 2023. Photo by Juan Castro.
Ahead of the Curve 2022. Photo by Deshani Berhardt
Community Day, Mapping Melbourne 2019. Photo by Damian W Vincenzi/DWV Photography
Shepparton Culture Kitchen. 2021.

Arts as diverse as our people.

Multicultural Arts Victoria (MAV) has a profound commitment to arts and artists shaping the narratives that define who we are as a multicultural nation.

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The latest projects, news and events.

Future Reset

MAV has partnered with VicHealth’s Future Reset initiative to facilitate programs that promote creativity and wellbeing.

Current Projects

MAV Statement on the Voice

MAV wishes to acknowledge the impact of the recent referendum on the First Nations artists and communities with which we collaborate. Avenues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to influence the very matters that directly affect their lives should have long been a given.

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Get ready to embark on an exhilarating journey through the heart of African culture, music, food, and dance at the spectacular Abbotsford Convent on the 9th of December!

Upcoming Events


MAV provides services to support the diversity arts sector, catering for culturally, ethnically and linguistically diverse creatives and their communities.


MAV offers an auspicing service to artists, creatives and groups from culturally diverse backgrounds.

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Cultural Agency

The Cultural Agency connects our diversity of artists to progressive event organizers committed to structural cultural change.

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Avenues of Support

We regularly update the opportunities and avenues of support available for artistic and cultural development. This includes public and private resources.

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YAPPA YAPPA Release Party, Golden Monkey Bar. Photo by Blacklisted Visions.