'We should make a game about this': The story behind Untitled Goose Game
RMIT PhD researcher and games designer Michael McMaster proves that research isn’t all work and no play as his now viral Untitled Goose Game takes off.
Media more important than ever as political moralities decline
The media must call out nonsense when it sees it and distil dishonest rhetoric from the debate, not contribute to it, according to RMIT’s newest Adjunct Professor, Barrie Cassidy.
An unforgettable year – Sans Forgetica turns one
One year after Sans Forgetica – a typeface that could help people remember more of what they read - was released into the world, the RMIT trio behind the project reflect on the wild ride that ensued.
A new home for young media-makers
For the first time, three student and youth media organisations have been brought together in a custom-built space at RMIT.
The Data Game
Journalism students are combining their reporting skills and love of footy to produce the AFL’s latest online show.
The queer lens: A masterclass
The Capitol continues to deliver as an important cultural hub, with a screening of the ground-breaking documentary The Queen and a masterclass on what it means to be a genderqueer artist.
Speaking from the heart: Yankunytjatjara poet Ali Cobby Eckermann
On the eve of her appearance at the Melbourne Writer’s Festival, world-renowned poet and multi-award-winning indigenous writer Ali Cobby Eckermann features in a new podcast from The Garret.
Online in the outback
A new podcast from remote Australia reveals how the world’s oldest living culture is embracing mobile technology.