Celebrating our deep-rooted love for trees
Givers of oxygen, providers of shade and shelters to our native wildlife – reasons to love trees never grows old.
Measuring COVID’s impact on Victoria’s music industry
RMIT researchers are discovering the true effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on Victoria’s hard-hit music industry by listening to workers’ experiences and ideas on how to best rebuild.
Artist and alumnus Lisa Roet makes conservation larger than life
A large-scale public artwork of iconic chimpanzee David Greybeard, made famous by scientist Dr Jane Goodall, is set to bring wildlife conservation to the fore in Melbourne this spring.
Meet RMIT’s Adjunct Professor in Interior Design, Tüüne-Kristin Vaikla
Tüüne-Kristin Vaikla, founder and partner at Vaikla Studio and a member of the Advisory Board of the Estonian Association of Interior Architects, is also Adjunct Professor in Interior Design at RMIT.
RMIT opens virtual doors for Open House Melbourne
Art and design enthusiasts will be treated to online talks and virtual tours of RMIT’s landmark cultural spaces including The Capitol, Design Hub Gallery and Design Archives during the Open House Melbourne July weekend program.
Drive-in music festivals allow you to social distance. But what happens when you add drugs and alcohol?
With regular music festivals, people can more easily seek help or advice about drug and alcohol or mental health issues. But with drive-ins we need to be creative to minimise harms.
Influential designer Mary Featherston joins RMIT as adjunct professor
Prominent interior designer Mary Featherston AM has joined the RMIT School of Architecture and Urban Design as an adjunct professor of interior design.
Greening project transforms road barriers to reduce car pollution
Road barriers could be retrofitted with “ecological buffers” to cut air and noise pollution, as part of an innovative greening proposal from RMIT researchers.