We are always on the lookout for the remarkable stories that define our vibrant region. Today, we're thrilled to introduce you to a hidden gem right in the heart of Mornington - Artisans Alley, a place where local Mornington Peninsula creativity takes centre stage.
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery will welcome enthusiastic art lovers for the prestigious and popular Archibald Prize 2023 with an extraordinary display of 57 portraits, featuring figures and cultural identities from all walks of life, reflecting the stories of our times.
ho, ho, ho! It's beginning to look alot like Christmas!! Now more than ever it's so important to support small and local and what better way to do your Chrissy shopping than #underthestringbarks!Meet the b...
Girt by Sea is an exhibition of new seascape paintings by Mornington Peninsula based artist Neil Williams. The idea behind these works began in May 2021 when Williams was an artist in residence at the Police Point Artist in Residence program.
4 December 2021, 8:00 AM to 4 December 2021, 2:00 PMSoak in the exceptional atmosphere and regenerate your senses at one of our delightful markets. There is something for everyone from old world to modern c...
This Summer, Merricks General Wine Store is unveiling its eleventh instalment of The Traders lifestyle boutique at Merricks House. Each season brings mounting excitement & anticipation of the latest collection.
Situated at one of the Mornington Peninsula's most beloved and iconic locations, the upcoming Briars Craft and Produce Market will no doubt be a lovely family day out.
Tuesdays to Sundays through March 6 March 2020, 10:00 AM to 31 March 2020, 5:00 PMA new year, a new decade and a new era have begun at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery (MPRG) as it leaps into its 50th...
The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery is a catchment point for much of this creative expression, and a place where people gather to celebrate works from local, national and international artists, as well as take part in some other fun activities.
City people are always rushing about from this to that and connecting more with electronics than each other, but even coastal life can sweep you up in the busy-ness of modern daily business. To retreat, rejuvenate, rebalance and reconnect to the essence of being present is the fuel stop we often need.
Artist Jenny Riddle was drawn to the Mornington Peninsula by the potential for spiritual renewal and creative inspiration; a powerful combination that she found hard to ignore. That move, and her career as an artist, had been on her mind for some time, but were acted on after life-altering events that caused her to look closely at her life.