If you haven’t yet seen the Alice in Wonderland-inspired exhibition WONDERLAND at Melbourne’s Australian Centre for Moving Image, now’s the time to go. Closing early October, the immersive and interactive exhibition is going out with a bang, offering an impressive lineup of fabulous events in its last weeks. From live music to technology-integrated experiences, there’s plenty to keep you curious.
Sure to entice Australian music-lovers, ACMI will play host to Cool Room curated acts such as Divide and Dissolve, Makeda, Papaphilia and DJs. A real highlight of the exhibition, Indigenous Australian singer/songwriter Thelma Plum will perform at the museum on October 6. Also promising to be a hit with visitors, special Wonderland High Teas will be available throughout September and October – the perfect way to top off a day at the museum.
Of course, there’ll also be the exhibition itself to check out, featuring plenty of unique artworks. Discover them all for yourselves with the Lost Map of Wonderland, a companion device with interactive animation sequences and challenging riddles. Popping in for a visit after a day spent exploring Melbourne? ACMI will also stay open late for WONDERLAND’s final Friday and Saturday nights – now you have no excuse to miss it!
To find out more about ACMI’s WONDERLAND or its lineup of events, visit the museum’s website here.