Festival Program


Museum of Broken Relationships: Curators in Conversation

Sat 31 Aug, 1pm
RMIT Kaleide Theatre

After the end of their four-year relationship, Croatian artists Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišić began the Museum of Broken Relationships, exploring love and letting go. The masterminds behind this award-winning work discuss their journey and the staggering stories shared by contributors. With Honor Eastly.

Have you ever had your heart broken? Do you own an object that won’t let you forget? Here’s your chance to give it the perfect new home. Donate your very own item and story of heartbreak to the global Museum of Broken Relationships before Wednesday 7 August, 5pm.

The Museum’s celebrated curators, Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišić, will hand pick several items for display as part of the Melbourne exhibition season at No Vacancy Gallery from 31 August to 29 September and all contributions will become part of the world wide collection.

To contribute your item, fill in a donation form. After submission you will receive a confirmation e-mail with further instructions.

All donations are exhibited anonymously and are non-returnable. If you have any concerns or questions, please contact us at: [email protected]


1 hour

Available on Pass


Session Artists

Olinka Vištica is an arts producer, born in Split, Croatia, and cofounder of the Museum of Broken Relationships. She holds master's degrees in English and French language and literature from the Faculty of Humanities at Zagreb University.

Dražen Grubišić is a versatile visual artist from Zagreb, Croatia. He holds a master's in painting from the Academy of Fine Art in Zagreb and is a cofounder of the Museum of Broken Relationships.

Honor Eastly is a writer, podcaster and co-founder of The Big Feels Club. She has three hit podcasts to her name, including the critically-acclaimed No Feeling Is Final podcast, which is about her experiences of suicidality. Her shows have been downloaded over half a million times, and have caused many awkward conversations with her family, and colleagues.

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