Open Day at the Grainger Museum

Grainger Museum Building Exterior

Open Day at the Grainger Museum

Free, open 11am – 3pm

Open Day at the Grainger showcases current student engagement with this unique and provocative Museum. Hear students from the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music performing live across the day and see how the diverse collection is utilised in Object Based Learning, in addition to the Grainger Amplified exhibition.

Come and explore how music, museology, and creative practice intersect!

Student Film Focus:

On display in our Free Music gallery is a collection of work by Bachelor of Fine Arts (Animation) students, who used generative and experimental art techniques to create these animated works.

Participating students are:

Patrick Mifsud
Pilar Binghay
Emily Peck
Bronte Harrison
Will Beattie
Carmel Gorfine
Polly Huang

Ongoing, 11am - 3pm

Student Performance Schedule:

12:30pm - Ray Liang

Ray is a current Master of Music (Research) candidate studying the music of the great Australian composer Miriam Hyde.

Miriam Hyde - Sonata for Piano in G minor (1944)

Miriam Hyde - Brownhill Creek in Spring (1942)

2:00pm - Tina Tao

Tina is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in music at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, specializing in the field of piano performance.

Modest Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition (1874)