RMIT Gallery is the University's premier exhibition space.
The Gallery presents an exemplary program of local, Australian and international creative works, research outcomes and cultural stories.
The public exhibition program delivers distinctive visual art, new media, sonic art, design, popular culture, technology, and art fusions across five museum-standard galleries. Our exhibitions promote deeper interactions between RMIT and a global public audience, with a focus on external partnerships and digital dissemination.
water + wisdom Australia India
This new exhibition creatively explores practices of customary water management.
Suzannah Griffith and Eva Salmerón talk about their experiences in 'Human Rabbits' – a public street action presented by Spanish collective mmmm..., where fifty human rabbits take over Melbourne CBD.
Missed an exhibition, or want to experience it again? RMIT Gallery’s past exhibitions are being made available as virtual tours.
RMIT Gallery’s volunteer program provides motivated individuals with the opportunity to gain an understanding of arts administration and the day to day management of contemporary art galleries.
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People of the river
A new RMIT Gallery exhibition weaves connective threads of the rich cultural, ecological and economic flow of water across Australia and India, lands once linked over 100 million years ago.
Fashion students and industry team up to look forward
The studio-led design pop-up event 'Fast Forward: Fashion 2030' at RMIT Gallery showcased a timely collaboration.
International artists converge for Experimenta Make Sense
Art, science and technology will collide at RMIT Gallery when Experimenta Make Sense: International Triennial of Media Art opens on 2 October.
Chaos and Order, 120 years of collecting at RMIT
Embracing the contradictions inherent in public art collections and exploring the uses to which they are put.
My Monster: The Human Animal Hybrid
My Monster celebrates the 200th anniversary year of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein and the enduring fascination with the human animal hybrid.
Dynamics of Air
How do designers, artists, scientists and researchers work with an intangible atmospheric medium such as air? Explore it, alter it, adjust it, feel it, smell it, walk through it, languish in it?