'Far From Vietnam': Screenings with the Vietnam Film Institute
Double Screening: 'Gánh xiếc rong' (Travelling circus) + 'Mùa ổi' (Guava house)
Seminar on humour and positive psychology
Professor Willibald Ruch and Dr Sonja Heintz from the Department of Psychology at the University of Zurich will present their current research on humour and its links with positive psychology.
RMIT Global Business Innovation Conversations 2019: The beauty of open innovation
RMIT GBIC 2019: Realising value from new business logics by Swarovski and Australian businesses. The second Global Business Innovation Conversation of 2019 will feature Swarovski's Strategic Director of Innovation Ecosystems, Hannes Erler, alongside a panel of industry innovators from across the Australian business landscape.
Sustainable Development Goal 6: Clean Water & Sanitation
Jean Monnet Sustainable Development Goals Network Seminar Series
Humanitarian Architecture Week 2019: Public Interest Design Masterclass
This Public Interest Design Masterclass, offered for the first time in Australia, will provide training on how designers can expand their practices through working on a wide range of collaborative fee-based and pro bono projects with and for diverse community groups.
Indigenous Architecture and Design Forum: Cultural Heritage and Closing the Gap
The Indigenous Architecture and Design Forum will explore the nexus between cultural heritage, design and the wellbeing of Indigenous peoples. The presenters will discuss the incorporation of cultural heritage in architecture and landscape architecture to increase outcomes for Indigenous peoples and contribute to 'Closing the Gap.'
Humanitarian Architecture Week 2019: Design For a Fragile Planet - Lecture
Join us to hear three humanitarian architects explore divergent pathways and projects in designing for marginalised communities.
Melbourne Modern: European art & design at RMIT since 1945
In the wake of World War II hundreds of exiled and displaced European artists, architects and designers arrived in Melbourne and sought employment with RMIT.
This exhibition is the outcome of Australian artist Drew Pettifer's residency project at Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts in late 2018.
Both Australia and Taiwan have experienced polarising debates around the issue of same sex or equal marriage.
RMIT Law Seminar Series – Twilight Seminar on Criminal Records
Criminal record checking is a common part of employment now in Australia. Some jobs require exclusion of people with particular criminal histories but many employers request a criminal record check as a routine form of general risk management.
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?"
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.
EnGenius showcases RMIT University School of Engineering undergraduate students' final year projects, each providing an innovative design solution to a real-world problem.
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.
This major exhibition explores the Gold and Silversmithing masterclass legacy at RMIT University.
This exhibition brings together the work of five artists who live, work or were born in Asia to explore personal narratives.
Ocean Plastics Congress Turning the tide
Pleasure & the Grotesque: Decorating Bodies 1980s to Now
Pleasure & the Grotesque explores how artists and designers explore, expand, and embellish the human body.