MasterMakers celebrates skills and originality in contemporary jewellery
A bold, unexpected and daring exhibition of contemporary jewellery charts four decades of gold and silversmithing masterclasses at RMIT.
Final year photography students have reshaped their perception of homelessness through a collaborative project with RMIT ABC Fact Check.
Young creative showcases talent and culture for NAIDOC Week
Australian Unity’s annual Artist-in-Residence program invites Indigenous art students to share their artistic process with Rathdowne Place residents and staff.
Melbourne Modern: the legacy of European artists and designers
A new exhibition at the RMIT Gallery traces the lasting impact of European influence on generations of RMIT teachers and students to the present day.
Artists offer creative actions to ecological issues in Asia
When it comes to ways in which artists address ecological issues, actions can be big or small – it’s the action that is important, however subtle.
Students drawn to new NGV program
A new program at the National Gallery (NGV) of Victoria is connecting local and international students through the language of art and design.
Unique public artwork unveiled at RMIT
Revealed at RMIT’s city campus, Wurrunggi Biik - Law of the Land is a 2.4 metre artwork signifying a long-lasting spiritual connection to Country.
Design for the future: Melbourne Design Week
RMIT, proud Design Partner to the NGV, is gearing up for one of the most exciting creative events of the year: Melbourne Design Week.
One of a kind
If the purpose of art is to evoke an emotional response, then RMIT alumnus and Adjunct Professor Vincent Fantauzzo would have been gratified at the unveiling of his most recent work.
History blooms with commemorative artwork
A wreath of wearable enamel brooches is on display at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance in a creative tribute to the stories of the first world war.
Museums of the future: three industry insights
The 50th birthday of the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is a perfect time to discuss how museums are adapting to the challenges of new technology.
Chaos & Order: 120 years of collecting at RMIT
For the first time in 120 years RMIT is presenting a survey exhibition sourced entirely from its permanent art collection, more than half of which has never been shared with the public before.