Kite making workshop and parade as part of Sunday Streets
The Exchange at Knowledge Market will join in the fun of Docklands Sunday Streets on 26 November for a kite making workshop and parade.
Practice Research Symposium Europe
The Practice Research Symposium is a public event showcasing the research of PhD candidates enrolled at RMIT and other universities to undertake a Practice-Based PhD.
Industrial Design Graduate Exhibition
Showcasing the exceptional work of students from the RMIT Bachelor of Industrial Design (Honours) program.
Digital data and automation in everyday life
In this half-day symposium we invite members of the Digital Data and Society Consortium to propose and present papers that connect to the theme of digital data and automated futures.
The Crafting of Automation: Evelyn Ruppert Public Lecture
Evelyn Ruppert, Professor of Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London, will present at RMIT University on Data and Automation.
Book Launch: Refiguring Techniques in Digital Visual Research
DERC launches the new book 'Refiguring Techniques in Digital Visual Research' at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.
Good Tension - Textile Design Festival
The School of Fashion and Textiles presents this inaugural festival featuring student work from the Bachelor of Arts (Textile Design) and Advanced Diploma of Textile Design and Development programs.
Photography and Photo Imaging End of Year Exhibition
The 2017 Photography and Photo Imaging End of Year Exhibition is the culmination of two years study in the Certificate IV and Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging at RMIT University.
present tense .5 Faking It: The Problem with Authenticity and Sincerity in the Memoir
Are memoir and autobiography always the same, or does memoir belong to neither nonfiction nor fiction? What is the autobiographical pact and what is the authenticity effect?
Long lived by the idea of a starry sky, this series explores the Australian night sky and its stars as an investigation of light, detail and texture.
Hive is a series of photographic works shot throughout RMIT's New Academic Street, a large area of the University that is currently undergoing a major reconstruction and transformation.
Forming a part of the 2017 Graduate Exhibition for the Master of Arts – Art in Public Space this series of images represents works undertaken in the public realm by five of our recent Graduates.
Ethics in a Crowded World
The 25th annual Conference of the Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics will be hosted by the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, at RMIT University, Melbourne.