Throughout the duration of the project we’ll be hosting free live gigs and art events. They’ll usually only be announced just prior to commencing and capacity is strictly limited, so keep a keen eye on here, our newsletter and on our socials.



Flash Forward Store

Wednesdays – Fridays 11am – 6pm, Saturdays & Sundays 10am – 5pm

261 Little Collins St, CBD

We've opened up a pop-up store in the heart of the city. The Store is the dedicated hub for Flash Forward’s commissioned artists and musicians to sell their art, records, merchandise, and other one-of-a-kind products. It will also be the only destination where you can purchase the final copies of many of our sold-out and exclusive vinyl pressings. Best of all, 100% of the profits from the Store will go directly to the artists. There is no greater way to support our local creatives. Do pop in.

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Yandell Walton’s ‘End Passage’

Every night 5.30pm – 12am, until Sunday October 10

Platypus Alley

Yandell Walton is an artist whose work encompasses projection, installation, and digital media that meld architectural space with the digital image. Walton has become recognised for her immersive installations that merge the actual with the virtual to investigate notions of impermanence in relation to environmental, social and political issues.

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Natty Solo’s ‘In Every Dream Home a Heart Ache’

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Corrs Lane

Part winter wonderland, part environmental horror show, 'In Every Dream Home a Heart Ache' is an allegorical ready-made of hard rubbish playhouses destined for landfill, repurposed to consider the idealisation of suburban life, throw-away society and the ecological impact of aspirational toys.

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Gosia Wlodarczak Drawing Performance

11am – 5pm, until Friday October 10

The Royal Arcade

'Frost and Shadow Drawing for the City of Melbourne; Drawing Performance with the Modus Operandi in Contagion' is a 21-day performance drawing and installation by Melbourne artist Gosia Wlodarczak. Watch Gosia at work on the glass facade and internal space of shop 8-10, in the city's historic Royal Arcade.

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Jalang perform ‘Santau’ live

Friday June 18

The Curtin

Jalang (formerly Lái) play fast-paced and danceable D-beat punk, propelling the band’s ferocious vocals into the face of the listener. Vocalist Alda’s lyrics are delivered in Bahasa Indonesia and English, engaging with both her own and collective narratives that explore politics, religion, feminism and queer rights in South East Asia, and the diaspora in so-called Australia.

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