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Masterclass #1: Curating for Future Audiences (and Challenging Established Conventions)

18 Mar 2019: What knowledge is required in today’s world to create unique and immersive experiences that fully engage our socially connected audiences?

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Design fiction masterclass

13 Jun 2019: Speculative design expert Dr James Auger from RMIT's School of Design is delivering this masterclass on design fiction – the new and highly innovative approach to explore and present original visions for the near future.

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Masterclass #1: Curating for Future Audiences (and Challenging Established Conventions)

18 Mar 2019: What knowledge is required in today’s world to create unique and immersive experiences that fully engage our socially connected audiences?

Read more

Design fiction masterclass

13 Jun 2019: Speculative design expert Dr James Auger from RMIT's School of Design is delivering this masterclass on design fiction – the new and highly innovative approach to explore and present original visions for the near future.

Read more

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DISRUPT: Mapping the future of Melbourne through stories

A collective storytelling project held as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week (20-26 May) is inviting participants to take over a 20-metre wall to disrupt the streets with their dreams of the city.

Building urban climate resilience in the Solomon Islands

The informal settlements of Honiara are home to almost half the city’s population. The complex challenges of these vulnerable urban communities call for tailored, multi-faceted solutions.

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.

Lettuce fight the war on waste

An industrial design graduate who repurposed scrap lettuce leaves to make biodegradable plates was a winner at the 2019 Victorian Design Challenge.

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.

Women leading the way in architecture

Some of Australia’s leading architectural voices are female RMIT staff and alumni who are contributing to transformational leadership and activism at state and national level.

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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nations on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.

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