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Celebrating Constantin BrÃ¢ncuÈ™i, the patriarch of modern sculpture.
Marking the 140th year since the birth of patriarch of modern sculpture Constantin BrâncuÈ™i, the Ambassador of Romania, Mrs Nineta BÄƒrbulescu, in conjunction with the EU Centre at RMIT University, invites you to celebrate and learn about BrâncuÈ™i’s tumultuous life and his masterpieces.
BrâncuÈ™i’s connections with Australia and New Zealand, an introduction by Romanian Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand Ninety BÄƒrbulescu
Observing The Infinite Column, The Silent Table and The Gate of Kiss on 3 Live webCams
Digital morphisms by Dan BÄƒrbulescu representing a time lapse of the journey from figurative to non-figurative, from 1909 to 1938, from MÄƒiastra and The Golden Bird to The Bird in Space and from The Kiss to The Gate of Kiss
The Sculptor’s Photograph by Emma Hamilton, Victoria, Australia
Videos from Arts et Culture Youtube Channel, displayed at the Exhibition "Images sans fin – Brancusi, film et photographie Expositions" June 29 – September 12, 2011 at the Museum Galleries, Pompodiu Centre in Paris
The Column or a Lesson on the Infinite – a documentary movie by LaurenÈ›iu Damian, National Film Center, National Cultural, Heritage Departament, Edited Video, 50 minutes, Urban Melbourne – 295 King Street
Tasting Romanian delights handmade upon Romanian traditional receipts
Listening to Romanian classical music by George Enescu
Indulge yourself with Constantin BrâncuÈ™i, the window towards Romanian soul.
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Getting thereVenue: RMIT Design Hub,Building 100, Levels 10, Victoria St and Swanston St Melbourne
Walk to the intersection of Victoria and Swanston Streets.
Trams running along Swanston Street include routes 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72, from which you can connect to the train at Melbourne Central or Flinders Street.
Visit the Public Transport Victoria website for more information and connecting services in your area.
No on-campus parking is available for visitors, but you’ll find many commercial car parks a short walk away. Metered street parking is also available nearby, but note the time limits and clearway restrictions.