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The exhibition features sixty-five posters from the Polish Poster School, widely recognized as one of the most experimental modern graphic design genres. The works provide a powerful record of poster design, popular culture and the socio-politica…(more)
The city of Melbourne prides itself on its reputation as ‘Australia’s cultural capital’, and its development from an outpost shanty town to an antipodean metropolis is a fascinating journey. From the very birth of the colony, ar…(more)
For ten weeks from 20 March, we will continuously screen Tarantism (2007), the internationally acclaimed film by Danish-born, New York-based artist Joachim Koester. Tarantism is a contemporary re-enactment of the historical phen…(more)
For ten weeks from 20 March the Potter will continuously screen My best thing (2011), a feature-length film by acclaimed Los Angeles-based artist Frances Stark. First exhibited at the 54th Venice Biennale (2011) and subsequently screenin…(more)
This exhibition considers afresh Aboriginal and European cultural ways of seeing the natural world in Australia. Featuring bark paintings, nineteenth-century natural history illustrations of birds and animals, and contemporary botanical illustrat…(more)
The John Hugh Sutton Collection was established in memory of an outstanding classics student and resident of Trinity College who was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident in 1925.
In memory of their son, Sutton’s parents gave the…(more)
Grounded—visitors to the Potter will need to be in peak condition as you will need to be able to climb the stairs to enjoy the museum’s current offerings on level 1 and 2. The Potter’s lift is currently out of order and advice is that it will take a few days to repair. Although not confirmed we hope to have it back in working order on Monday 20 May. Please plan your visit accordingly. We apologize for the inconvenience.