Archived exhibitions

The Port Phillip City Collection (PPCC) is of historic, social, cultural, artistic and aesthetic significance and value to the people of our City, Victoria and Australia. View past exhibitions from the art and heritage collections.

Julie Shiels, All that remains, 2005, © Julie Shiels. Courtesy of the Artist

Visual Art Collection - past exhibitions

 

The e-books below provide a gauge of the breadth of media and diversity of artists in Collection exhibitions over the past decade. To view the full Visual Art Collection visit the Port Phillip City Collection database

 

Recent Acquisitions Port Phillip City Collection 2016-2018

Recent Acquisitions Port Phillip City Collection 2015-2016

Recent Acquisitions Port Phillip City Collection 2011-2014

Recent Acquisitions Port Phillip City Collection 2010-2011

Recent Acquisitions Port Phillip City Collection 2008-2009

 

Floods in Montague Street, 1961, image courtesy Neta Earl

Heritage Collection - past exhibitions

A selection of past heritage collection exhibitions in various formats that demonstrate the rich capacity of the Port Phillip City Collection to tell both municipal and community stories.

Montague: a community lost and found

Badges and buttons, Bits and Bobs

Beginnings of the Borough: Celebrating 150 years of Port Melbourne

Port Phillip on postcards

St Kilda by the sea

Supply and Demand, 140 years of the South Melbourne Market

The Butcher, the Baker, the Bicycle Maker, Clarendon Street 1855-2006

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