Project (vic)Toria Exhibition

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530 Collins East Wing Lobby, Melbourne, VIC 3000

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  • AA Visiting School Exhibition

Project (Vic)Toria re-imagines and investigates Melbourne through objects, food and films, exclusively only at 530 Collins Street.

Victoria is a state we call home yet how much do we actually know about it?

The (Vic)Toria 530 exhibition, re-imagines and investigates Melbourne through objects, food and films. Occupying the East Wing Lobby Space of 530 Collins Street it will showcase work from the Architectural Association Melbourne Visiting School and Melbourne School of Design on a 6 meter Dining Table of Curiosities.

This modern day fireplace will host a series of sensory dining experiences that will speculate beyond the restrictions of yesterday to unleash the potential of creative visions of tomorrow.

Come and experience this exclusive exhibition at 530 Collins Street.

Exhibition Launch 'Welcome to Toria 530'
Date: Thursday, 18 August 2022
Time: 17.30 - 21.00


GETTING THERE: The Toria 530 exhibit is being held at 530 Collins Street, Melbourne, in the heart of the City of Melbourne - Enter through Collins Street.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT: The exhibit is conveniently located on Collins Street tram lines 48, 59, 67, and 86.

PARKING: Parking options are available at a number of nearby parking stations:

SECURE PARKING: 522 Flinders Lane Car Park - Night Parking - $15.00 (book online) - 5min walk

UBER / TAXI: There are usually plenty of taxis and ubers nearby this area.


We have implemented a strong COVID-Safe policy to keep you safe, and ask that you help us by doing your part: We request all our attendees to be double vaccinated. Please don't attend if you're in any way feeling unwell. Note that these requests are subject to change. We will follow VIC authorities' recommendations at all times.


If you have any questions please email:
Reserve your tickets now with the 'Book Now' link


We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which this exhibition stands and pay our respects to their elders past, present, and emerging.

Supporters and contributors:

Melbourne University Architecture Students, AAVS, GPT Group, and UnitedMake