Melbourne to get Australian Music Vault later this year

Published on : Thursday, August 10, 2017

Australian Music VaultAustralian Music Vault is set to open later this year in Melbourne. The Australian Music Vault will be a new drawcard for music lovers of all ages, bringing together exhibitions, digital and interactive experiences, and public and education programs.


Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley today announced a new partnership between Arts Centre Melbourne and the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) that will see the ARIA Hall of Fame incorporated in the Australian Music Vault – a dynamic new space charting the story of Australian music.


Drawing on the rich pool of stories and items from leading Australian performers and music identities, and Arts Centre Melbourne’s extensive national performing arts collection, the Australian Music Vault will celebrate the people and events that have shaped – and continue to shape – contemporary Australian music.


The Australian Music Vault already has the backing of Australian music industry icons, with inaugural patrons Kylie Minogue, Ian “Molly” Meldrum, Archie Roach and Michael Gudinski announced last year.


The exhibition space and program is being developed by Arts Centre Melbourne in partnership with the music industry.


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