The Monash MPavilion is an event hub and community meeting place that celebrates design, creativity and innovation. We design a formal program of events showcasing the work of internationally renowned artists and performers as well as local Monash talent.
We aim to connect students, staff and the wider Monash community together through performance, art, and events.
All our events are free to attend.
The Monash MPavilion lives on the Monash University Clayton campus, on the corner of Scenic Boulevard and Ancora Imparo Way. Providing seating for up to 180 people in the round, a central performance space, and an integrated lighting and sound system, the Monash MPavilion can cater casual meet-and-greets to large theatrical productions.
Outside of our formal program, the Monash MPavilion can be booked for free by Monash University staff and students for a variety of events.
The fourth MPavilion arrived in spring 2017 in the City of Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens. Designed by Netherlands-based architects Rem Koolhaas and David Gianotten as a contemporary amphitheatre, MPavilion 2017 is the fourth MPavilion from a series of outstanding architectural commissions for Melbourne.
MPavilion 2017 at Monash University launched in May 2018 at the Monash Clayton campus. A meeting place for students and the community, the Monash MPavilion will continue the vision of the Naomi Milgrom Foundation and the Office of Metropolitan Architects.
For more information about MPavilion, please visit their website.
We acknowledge the people of the Kulin Nations, on whose land the Monash MPavilion stands. We wish to acknowledge their Elders, past, present and emerging.
In line with Monash University’s Diversity and Inclusion Framework, we are committed to social justice and human rights and value the diversity of staff, students and the wider community.
We are committed to reducing our environmental footprint and employ measures to improve the sustainability of our operations.