School of Art
RMIT University is ranked 16th in the world for art and design, which positions it as the top art school in Australia.
The School of Art fosters innovative and diverse art practice and research within visual art, fine art, public art, and arts management.
We maintain strong industry links that help us support art students and researchers in interdisciplinary collaborations, and encourage creative, critical approaches to exploring real-world issues within globalised society.
RMIT’s School of Art is a hub for emerging artists, researchers and practitioners to engage in contemporary art practice and gain exposure through local and international exhibitions.About
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RMIT values diversity and offers flexible pathways to Vocational Education and Higher Education programs in Visual Art, Fine Art, Public Art and Arts Management.
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International, community and industry in the School of ArtInternational, community and industry
RMIT School of Art researchers are recognised for strengths in practice-led research and scholarship in contemporary art.
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School of Art Newsletter
The monthly newsletter for the School of Art.
Emerging RMIT artist Isabelle De Kleine snapped up the 2015 National Portrait Gallery's digital portrait prize.