RMIT Culture Talks: RMIT PlaceLab. A Space to Shape Place: Where Community Ideas and Academic Research Converge

An interactive forum to celebrate the launch of RMIT PlaceLab, a new urban initiative connecting communities, shaping place, and taking a radically different approach to doing research. Presented by Kiri Delly, Brock Hogan and guests.

An interactive forum to celebrate the launch of RMIT PlaceLab, new urban initiative connecting communities, shaping place, and taking a radically different approach to doing research.

The future is local. Now is the time to rethink how we live, and the solutions needed to support a more liveable, adaptive, and inclusive future. RMIT is taking a fresh approach to doing research, one that's more collaborative and informed by the people who know their neighbourhoods best: that's you.

In this open forum, join the conversation, alongside the RMIT PlaceLab team, learn about this exciting new initiative, and explore how RMIT PlaceLab aims to Engage, Research & Transform Melbourne's most vital urban opportunities.

This event is part of the RMIT Culture Talks: a four-part series designed to translate knowledge and examine issues affecting the community in an accessible and engaging way. Each session will include RMIT academics as speakers alongside collaborators, industry representatives and community members, showcasing creative, innovative ideas and research.

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