Urban Planning and Environment Postgrad Info Session
Make 2017 the year you pursue that sustainable career you've always dreamt of. Find out more at this info session.
Crossing the Floor (This hall breathes)
A temporary art installation that reveals Robbie Rowlands' rich artistic investigations that have informed his idea for a major new permanent sculpture.
Write It. Shoot It. Show It.
An event showcasing recent projects created by the students from across RMIT's communication and digital media disciplines.
Empire of Dirt
Clinging to the walls of RMIT's Rodda Lane is Empire of Dirt, a new temporary public artwork by James Geurts.
They told me to honour him...
Judy Anderson's work is deeply personal with a focus on spirituality, family, and graffiti with the purpose of honouring people in her life.
Meat the Family
'Meat the Family' is an exhibition by Melbourne-based artist, Keiren Seymour.
Ocean Imaginaries focuses on some of the contradictions and conflicted feelings raised by how the ocean is imagined in an age of environmental risk.
Experience Design Day
What is the day in the life of a design professional like? Through a series of hands-on challenges you'll explore the design process and unlock ways to develop creative solutions.
Experience Marketing, PR and Advertising Day
Explore a day in the life of a marketing or communication student. Learn about what it’s like working within an agency plus you’ll get to experience working on a real life case study.
Sustainable Development in the Asia Pacific Region
The Symposium at RMIT University is designed to foster and facilitate the exchange of information, ideas and experiences acquired in the execution of research projects.
Lilo Nein's work investigates the conditions of 'artistic speaking'.
Miok Chung is an artist from South Korea and a professor at the School of Art in Keimyung University (Daegu, Korea).
Fast Fashion: The dark side of fashion
Taking a critical look behind the scenes of the fashion industry with an exhibition that undresses the social, economic and environmental impacts of cheap fashion.
Precisely – An exhibition by Sue Lorraine
'Precisely' is a tribute to Sue Lorraine's late father, architect and artist Hans Lorraine.
Exhibition – Bielander / Britton / Minegishia
David Bielander (Switzerland), Helen Britton (Australia) and Yutaka Minegishi (Japan) are jewellers and artists who have worked together since 2002 from a shared atelier in Munich.