Art, Design and Culture

Adding beauty to city construction site

Master of Architecture student Houzhi Du is behind a new artwork, entitled Rain, which has been installed at the Melbourne Grand apartment development site in the CBD.

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Adding beauty to city construction site

Master of Architecture student Houzhi Du is behind a new artwork, entitled Rain, which has been installed at the Melbourne Grand apartment development site in the CBD.

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Art meets technology: Adding beauty to city construction site

Master of Architecture student Houzhi Du is behind a new artwork, entitled Rain, which has been installed at the Melbourne Grand apartment development site in the CBD.

Leading the profession

A remarkable group of alumni is providing thought leadership and driving activism and collaboration within the architectural profession.

Exhibition challenges us to define The Model Citizen

The time has come to decide what sort of citizens we want to be. From harvesting the data of the dead to hybrid bio robot citizens, the high stakes are explored in a compelling new exhibition.

RMIT journalism alumni receive prestigious ABC cadetships

Four recent journalism alumni will begin work as ABC reporters after receiving cadetships with the national broadcaster.

Dead stock denim given new life in virtual design challenge

A design challenge with Swedish fashion brand Cheap Monday has given 18 aspiring designers the chance to undertake a global denim project with an eye on sustainability.

Tony Ellwood honoured as a leader in the arts

National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Director Tony Ellwood AM was presented with an Honorary Doctorate at the RMIT graduation ceremony today.

Masters of Fashion

A culturally diverse, critically and aesthetically potent group of Masters fashion students has exhibited a range of stunning designs at Melbourne’s MPavilion.

RMIT develops Australian-first fact checking subject

In an era of fake news, RMIT is set to become the first Australian university to introduce a new subject focused solely on teaching students fact checking and verification skills.

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