Education and public programs
RMIT Gallery is Melbourne’s most vibrant public art and design gallery. Its broad exhibition program explores and celebrates all aspects of visual culture, by presenting changing exhibitions of Australian and international fashion, architecture, fine art, craft, new media and technology. As part of RMIT University, RMIT Gallery plays an important role in professionally profiling outcomes in interdisciplinary teaching and research at RMIT.
Floor talks are available free of charge for secondary schools and tertiary institutions, as well as other general interest groups. We welcome bookings. Please contact Evelyn Tsitas, Media, Education and Public Program Coordinator.
RMIT Gallery also delivers an adjunctive program of public lectures, seminars and publications. Its public program provides an opportunity for audiences to listen to artists, curators and leading visual arts professionals talk about their work and contemporary culture.
A wide range of public programs are available at RMIT Gallery, as part of the exhibition program. Events are free of charge (unless indicated).
Please contact RMIT Gallery for current exhibition floor talks.
Bookings for events: Phone 9925 1717.
08/10/2014 Curator talk - Warlayirti: The Art of Balgo In this talk, the curator, Jacqueline Healy will speak about key works and concepts in the exhibition.
13/10/2014 Wellbeing not winning: The importance of sport and organisation in remote Indigenous communities The importance of sport and organisation in remote Indigenous communities.
23/10/2014 Reel Australia: the dialogue between Indigenous and non Indigenous filmmakers The filmmaking output of Aboriginal Australians forms a substantive and significant part of the history of Australian cinema.
Previous public program events
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