2019 Higinbotham Lecture – Sport and Human Rights: Can Sport Change the World?
RMIT University welcomes Human Rights advocate Craig Foster to deliver the 2019 Higinbotham Lecture, "Sport and Human Rights: Can Sport Change the World?"
Workshops: Lean Start-up Research and Co-Creation for RRI
These workshops are part of a series of events and activities organised under the EU project GoNano, which aims to achieve better alignment between the multiple stakeholders involved in nanotechnology research and innovation.
Making is Knowing: jewellery panel discussion
Making is a significant part of our ability to know or to create new knowledge.
Super Tight Exhibition
Super Tight explores the culture of spatial tightness emerging in Asian cities and its creative potential. This immersive exhibition considers techniques for living closely, unpacking the delight and difficulty that arises from the dense occupation of large cities.
Currently there are more unused mobile phones per head of population in Australia. Research in sustainable practice continues to question the methods of reclaiming, reusing and recycling materials in a global economy based on built-in obsolescence. In response to the proliferation of e-waste globally and in consideration of the processing of recyclates artists Nicky Hepburn, Liv Boyle and Belinda Newick will explore and repurpose materials of e-waste into jewellery and objects.
Enar de Dios Rodriguez is a guest of SITUATE as a part of the 2019 SITUATE Austrian Arts Residency Exchange.
Building Value in Healthcare
Hosted by RMIT University and Vall D’Hebron University Hospital, Building Value in Healthcare is bringing together industry leaders in the European healthcare sector for a conversation around understanding what drives purchasing and the new paradigm under Value-Based Healthcare (VBHC).
Professor Barrie Cassidy: The decline of political moralities
RMIT University's School of Media & Communication invites you to join us for conversation with Adjunct Professor Barrie Cassidy as he explores the decline of political moralities.
MasterMakers: artists reflection on the masterclass
For many artists participating in the Mastermakers, the RMIT Gallery contemporary jewellery exhibition, masterclasses are presented as a new way of approaching making in the studio, a way of thinking and feeling about the relationship between tool and experiencing materials through hand and mind.
MasterMakers: Reflecting on the jewellery master class legacy
Join curator, lecturer and jeweller Mark Edgoose for this spirited discussion about the importance of skill and training in creating contemporary jewellery.
'Formosa on my mind' jewellery Master Class floor talk
'FORMOSA ON MY MIND' is an exhibition outcome of Emeritus Prof. Robert Baines (RMIT) teaching residency in NTHU, Taiwan.
Panel discussion - Building synergies across the SDGs: waste, food and sustainable cities
Experts from RMIT University will lead a panel discussion on innovation for sustainability in waste, food and cities. The event will take place as part of the European Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP 2019) in October in Barcelona.
EnGenius showcases RMIT University School of Engineering undergraduate students' final year projects, each providing an innovative design solution to a real-world problem.
Business Research Showcase 2019
RMIT University’s College of Business is proud to host its annual Business Research Showcase. Celebrating the College’s excellent research, the 2.5 day schedule features panel discussions which aim to stimulate intellectual discourse and engage an audience of academics, students and industry partners.
Global Gender Economics Conference - Challenging Economics, Society and Gender
Two days of powerful talks. The Centre for Gender Economics in conjunction with RMIT University present the GGEC19 conference in Melbourne, October 2019.
Coveted relationships: the collector & the jeweller
The RMIT Gallery contemporary jewellery exhibition MasterMakers explores the impact RMIT has had on the training of gold and silversmiths and the important connections and contributions that have followed.
Melbourne Mechanobiology Symposium 2019
We are delighted to invite you to the 2019 Melbourne Mechanobiology Symposium. This two-day symposium aims to provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary networking and collaboration. Topics will address the recent advances on the role of mechanical forces in cellular physiology, their clinical implications as well as emerging methods and techniques.
This exhibition brings together the work of five artists who live, work or were born in Asia to explore personal narratives.
This major exhibition explores the Gold and Silversmithing masterclass legacy at RMIT University.
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.
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 & the Grotesque: Decorating Bodies 1980s to Now
Pleasure & ..... explores how artists and designers explore, expand, and embellish the human body.
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.