Affects as pedagogy: Relation between, space, time and bodies conference
Professor Anna Hickey-Moody from RMIT University in Australia is presenting at Affects as pedagogy: Relation between, space, time and bodies conference from 21-22 November in Barcelona, Spain.
Practice Research Symposium Europe - Opening Event
RMIT Europe is hosting the opening event for RMIT's Practice Research Symposium (PRS) Europe – a biannual public event showcasing PhD candidate research through practice based research.
Book Launch: Deleuze and Masculinity
Launch of the book Deleuze and Masculinity by RMIT's Professor Anna Hickey-Moody from the School of Media and Communication.
Practice Research Symposium Europe - Examinations & Progress Reviews
Three PhD candidates will be undertaking examinations at PRS Europe and over 30 research candidates from across Europe will present on their research over the course of the weekend.
Bachelor of Arts (Textile Design) end of year exhibition.
Ecological Economics: Solutions Now and in the Future
The 2019 Australia New Zealand Society of Ecological Economics conference will address the great challenges of our times: environmental crises and how we can live more sustainably on our planet.
HR Thought Leadership Workshop – Gendered Violence and Workplaces
To mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, RMIT School of Management invites you to join us in confronting and challenging issues of gender inequality, sexual harassment and violence against women.
BA (Fine Art) Graduate Exhibition
Each year, RMIT’s City campus comes alive as art students take over to exhibit and celebrate their final work. The exhibitions offer visitors a unique opportunity to experience graduating student work across a variety of media.
RMIT Alumni End of Year Event London
Our end of year event - part of the RMIT Alumni Global Innovation Series - brings together innovators, leaders and learners from the RMIT alumni community in London to present on the most important trends and disruptions that are shaping the way industry is innovating for global transformation.
Opening Night Pleasure Party
Join us at the opening night party for the 'Pleasure' exhibition - which will offer many surprises and pleasures... including DJ, performances and prizes for best outfit...this is an end of year celebration of the arts not to be missed.
Workshop: Preparing for the new framework program Horizon Europe
Workshop to prepare for the new innovation framework program Horizon Europe
Pleasure: Decorating the Body
Pleasure co-curator Helen Rayment leads a conversation looking at the way artists use the body as a means of expressing various concerns.
Sightlines: Filmmaking in the Academy
Sightlines is a two-day event that will focus on the developing field of filmmaking as a form of academic research.
MBA/EMBA Breakfast Session
Push your boundaries, think big and think different.
My H2020 project at RMIT
Workshop participants will be equipped with the knowledge needed to maximise the benefits of H2020 projects and avoid some common problems.
Ocean Plastics Congress: Turning the tide
Waste plastics in our oceans now cover an area the size of France. Marine environments have become dangerously degraded and microplastics are now entering the human food chain with unknown short-term and long-term effects on health.
Sightings & Listenings Graduate Exhibition
Each year, RMIT’s city campus comes alive with exhibitions of art and photography as students celebrate the completion of their degrees.
9th Annual Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) Conference 2019
The 2019 ABEN Conference will be hosted by the School of Accounting at RMIT University. This year's conference explores Business Ethics: new challenges, better theories, practical solutions.
Call for Papers (Conference) – Activism @ the Margins: Stories of Resistance, Survival and Social Change
The voices and lived experiences of those directly affected by oppression are now front and centre in protest movements. Women of colour, migrants, refugees, Indigenous and LGBTQAx communities as well as climate change activists are powerfully and unapologetically affecting change through a broad range of actions. These protest actions are now occurring at unprecedented scale and speed – from speaking up and out, to educating and organising others in their communities, to urging elected political and community leaders to support efforts to mobilise for and with the most marginalised, disadvantaged and vulnerable in society.
Pleasure: Valentine's Day 'Art Celebrates Love' Julian Goddard + Rhett D'Costa, Gun Shy, Vipoo Srivilasa
Led by Pleasure co-curator Julian Goddard, this Valentines' Day discussion looks at the role of love in contemporary art as present in the exhibition.
Pleasure Plus 'Art or Porn?': Evelyn Tsitas + Judith Glover, Kate Just, Gerwyn Davies
The body is not just a vessel that helps us navigate our way through life. The body in all its forms – youth, adulthood, old age and the nuances in between – also provides pleasure in many guises.
<i>Pleasure</i> presents the work of a diverse group of artists who use the body to celebrate joy, humour, flamboyance and the outrageous.
The 18th Chinese Internet Research Conference
Organised by RMIT and QUT universities with sponsorship from Deakin and Curtin Universities, the 18th Chinese Internet Research Conference (CIRC) focuses on the prospects for, and critiques of the internationalisation of China's digital and communication industries.
Experience surveying day
If you are interested in a career as a land surveyor, this practical one hour event hosted by RMIT University provides a fantastic opportunity for you to do practical surveying activities with the help of fully qualified Surveyors.