An event showcasing recent projects created by the students from across RMIT's communication and digital media disciplines.
See the amazing array projects students have been working on in ...
- Writing and Editing
- Photography and Photo Imaging
- Visual Merchandising
- Live Production and Technical Services
- Screen and Media (TV Production)
- Interactive Media
More details to come!
The Photobook Project
This year's photojournalism books were produced in RMIT's Diploma of Photography and Photo Imaging in collaboration with students from the Associate Degree in Professional Writing and Editing, giving students an exciting opportunity to work as a cross-disciplinary team.
Each photography student created a narrative photo-essay in the style of the 1950s Life Magazine. Taking on the roles of traditional photojournalists, students followed their subjects, making images as unbiased observers and creating a story from what they documented.
Across a three-month period, students produced a self-published book. This included seeking out their subject and following the story, developing the narrative storyline as it unfolded, and making relevant image selections to best convey that story. They also designed their books, along with drafting a written introduction and related captions. Bringing everything together, they then prepared print-ready files for testing, through to their final book.
Editors helped refine the project in various ways, assisting photographers with narrative development and writing as required, and undertaking copyediting and proofreading.
Come'n Clean web series
Come’n Clean is an original RMIT University webseries set in a laundromat waiting area, and explores what happens when sharing the space with strangers or someone you know. It’s a time that things get discussed, secrets are revealed, and confessions made ... it’s where you come clean.
Made up of 18 three-minute episodes, Come’n Clean was written by students of the Advanced Diploma of Professional Screenwriting and shot in a real TV studio by the students of the Certificate IV in Screen and Media (Television Production). The production design was handled by students of the Diploma of Visual Merchandising.
Get a sneak peek of the webseries that will be released in September 2017. Screening will go for approximately 30 minutes in the photoimaging studio.
Mediation web series
Mediation (2016) is a web series featuring over 20 episodes. It takes a playful look at the subject of neighbourhood dispute resolution. Written by Advanced Diploma of Professional Screenwriting students and produced by Certificate IV in Screen and Media (Television Production) students.
Animated shorts screening
Enjoy the best of animated shorts created by the Diploma and Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Interactive Media).
Triple Threat Games
Play with games by students in the Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media (Interactive Media) that have been created across the three disciplines of Design, Interactivity and Sound.