On-Site returns for 2024, sharing the work of Brazilian-born RMIT PhD candidate Cecilia Sordi Campos.
Archiving Fashion and Textiles: 30 Year Celebration
During Fashion Week talk guests will have the opportunity to view rarely exhibited pieces from the RMIT Design Archives collection. Guest speaker, RMIT University's Dr. Tarryn Handcock will focus on the relevance of these collections today to emerging fashion designers. Presented as part of the PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival's Independent Programme.
Do the Right Thing (1989) and The Night of the Hunter (1955)
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Photography is constantly dying and being reborn. AI represents the latest stage of photography's transformation into a software output, cannibalising the camera and even transforming it into a set of executable text prompts
Wanderings About History – The Photography of Ulrich Wüst
Ulrich Wüst's photographic work captures his wanderings through German history, portraying the social and urban transformations from the GDR and its disintegration, through the German reunification to the present day. Wüst revives the German history in a new static way, where the past and present clash in a dynamic and ever-changing environment.
To See is to Change
RMIT Culture's Design Hub Gallery presents Bombay Tilts Down, 2022 and A Photogenic Line, 2019 by renowned Mumbai-based artist group CAMP.
Curatorial Tour – The Photography of Ulrich Wüst
Exhibition Curator Matthias Flügge joins us from Germany for an informative floor talk and exhibition tour.
Six Young Punks: GDR documentary double feature
Across two documentaries, follow the lives of six young artists finding their voice in 70s and 80s East Germany. This screening at The Capitol accompanies the exhibition Wanderings About History – The Photography of Ulrich Wüst, on display at RMIT Gallery.
ASEAN Artistic Collaboration Showcase
Join us at one of Melbourne's most iconic and spectacular venues, The Capitol, for a cultural collaborations showcase offering insights into the rich and diverse partnerships between Australia and ASEAN nations.
WIRE's Great Debate: The Good Old Days Weren't That Good
RMIT is delighted to be partnering with women's information and referral service WIRE on International Women's Day, marking the trailblazing organisation's 40 years of service with a Great Debate.
Curatorial Tour – execute_photography
Join the curators as they move through the exhibition, discussing artworks and speculating on the many potential futures that current technologies open up for the medium of photography.
Join us at Design Hub Gallery for an immersive tour and subsequent conversation of our exhibition To see is to Change at RMIT Design Hub Gallery on the 12th of March, 2024.