Art, Design and Culture

Art, Design and Culture

Historic Oxford Scholar given new lease on life

The Oxford Scholar has re-opened to the public after an extensive renovation, marking the beginning of a new chapter in one of Melbourne’s oldest stories.

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Historic Oxford Scholar given new lease on life

The Oxford Scholar has re-opened to the public after an extensive renovation, marking the beginning of a new chapter in one of Melbourne’s oldest stories.

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Rising through world academic rankings

RMIT has continued to rise as a global leader, climbing 16 places in the 2019 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).

Reactivating cultural heritage

RMIT researcher Eva Prats has paid homage to Irish playwright Samuel Beckett with the transformation of a workers' cooperative in Barcelona to an experimental theatre.

An architecture-lover's guide to spending a day at RMIT

Open House Melbourne 2019 is almost here – here’s your go-to guide to visiting the best RMIT has to offer.

New book explores émigré legacy at RMIT

In an era when debate rages about giving refuge to those considered ‘outsiders’, a new book launched at RMIT Gallery explores the far-reaching impact and contributions of European migrants in Australian culture.

Sans Forgetica wins prestigious design award

Sans Forgetica, a typeface that could help people remember more of what they read, has claimed the top award in Communication Design at the 61st annual Good Design Awards overnight.

Young creative showcases talent and culture for NAIDOC Week

Australian Unity’s annual Artist-in-Residence program invites Indigenous art students to share their artistic process with Rathdowne Place residents and staff.

Highlighting the best of RMIT animation

RMIT graduates will join a line-up of award-winning animators, industry veterans and inspiring independents at Melbourne’s premier animation festival.

RMIT and Melbourne Writers Festival join literary forces

RMIT has partnered with the 2019 Melbourne Writers Festival to host a series of events that will bring the City of Literature to life.

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