Charting our mental health recovery
Academics from across RMIT are developing innovative solutions to the various mental health challenges heightened by COVID-19.
Animation students spread hope and kindness in 'Isonotes' belonging project
With face-to-face classes on hold, RMIT animation students collaborated remotely to create GIF cards of positivity during isolation.
Celebrating our deep-rooted love for trees
Givers of oxygen, providers of shade and shelters to our native wildlife – reasons to love trees never grows old.
Artist and alumnus Lisa Roet makes conservation larger than life
A large-scale public artwork of iconic chimpanzee David Greybeard, made famous by scientist Dr Jane Goodall, is set to bring wildlife conservation to the fore in Melbourne this spring.
The new (ab)normal: Artists respond to COVID-19
From creating art in a high-rise dwelling to managing social isolation, RMIT Gallery’s first online exhibition provides a glimpse into how artists are responding to their circumstances under COVID-19.
Bluestone Collection donated to RMIT
RMIT has been chosen as the new home of the Bluestone Collection of contemporary craft, which will be displayed in the university’s refurbished Carlton Library.
Virtual adventures in Meatspace
A new virtual reality (VR) project presented at The Capitol is exploring and confronting the intersection of technology and the human body.
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.