Archives of Feeling
Archives of Feeling explores the various ways that artists and communities transform lived experiences of trauma into new archives of knowledge and feeling.
Children's Sensorium: Art, play and mindfulness for a post-pandemic recovery
The Children’s Sensorium is an interactive exhibition featuring light, colour, touch, sound, smell and taste to activate children’s curiosity, connect them to local Kulin country, and introduce strategies and techniques that support emotional resilience and wellbeing.
Everything Feels Like the End of the World
Join us for a session of RMIT Culture Literature & Ideas Salon at The Capitol.
Music with Molecules
Explore the creative intersection of music and quantum science as part of this special Exciton Science × RMIT Culture Salon celebrating National Science Week.
Art, War and Another Afghanistan
Writers, musicians, sportspeople, artists, refugees and activists celebrate the resilience, art and creativity of Afghanistan.
Michelle Chen’s Mental Jam is a collection of video games co-created with young people about their lived experiences of depression and anxiety.
The Big Anxiety - Full Festival Program
The Big Anxiety brings together audiences and creative thinkers – including artists, scientists, researchers, health and community workers, and people with a wide range of lived experiences. For the full festival program visit the link above.
Hard Place / Good Place
Hard Place/Good Place is a creative research project led by the fEEL Lab at UNSW. It focuses on lived experiences of being in a ‘hard place’ or a ‘good place’, through a collection of personal and community stories, told through Augmented Reality [AR] experiences.
An RMIT University School of Art Partnered Studio project run in collaboration with the Alfred Hospital's Innovation and Education Hub that recognises the work and well-being of the Alfred's staff.
Creative Media Tools for Mental Health
Experience a range of interactive virtual-reality experiences that champion positive mental health and delve into issues faced by the community.
The Mindful Art Project
The Mindful Art Project encourages participants to connect with artworks and the present moment in quiet, playful and imaginative ways to improve their mental health and wellbeing.
The Big Anxiety Speaker Series - Writing the Future of Health
A showcase of writers with disability share works that reimagine and write towards a better and more inclusive future of health.