Arts Mildura's home is based at 33 Deakin Avenue, Mildura, which is where Mildura Contemporary Practice, the visual arts component of the program, takes place.  The premises include the Museum of Innocence Mildura (MIM) Gallery, Gallery F (artist run gallery), a residency studio, spaces for workshops, meetings, and five studios for local artists to hire.

Our hub is centrally located, a walkable distance to accommodation, river front and CBD.

Museum of Innocence Mildura  (MIM) is committed to offering opportunities for both practitioners and interested others to participate in an open-minded engagement with a wide range of creative possibilities, consequently perceiving such encounters as possibilities for new thinking.  The annual program includes:  collaborations / residencies / exhibitions / workshops / floor talks / performances  / sound installations.

It also includes a major art prize: the Lake Art Prize.