RMIT class of 2021 graduates at Saigon South campus
More than 940 fresh graduates at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus celebrated their newly-acquired academic degrees in three ceremonies this week.
Leading RMIT architecture alumni feature in landmark book series
The work of leading architects, designers and landscape architects, drawn from RMIT University’s alumni community, is the focus of a new series of books to be published by Thames & Hudson Australia.
Dreams, Knits & Heartbreak documentary premieres on campus
Industry, alumni, peers and staff were welcomed back to campus for the premiere of ‘Dreams, Knits & Heartbreak’ – a documentary following three RMIT students’ journeys to the National Graduate Showcase.
RMIT and The Capitol in the spotlight for Melbourne Design Week
Commencing Friday 26 March, Melbourne Design Week (MDW) will run for 11 days with RMIT at the heart of more than 50 events.
Fashion graduates star at Melbourne Fashion Festival
Sustainable knitwear, 1960’s Barbie-inspired dresses, and the beauty of heartbreak – here are the stories behind RMIT’s fashion graduates’ collections featured at the National Graduate Showcase.
Antarctic sound researcher features on Australia Post stamps
A pioneering RMIT sound researcher who's recorded blizzards on the frozen continent is one of four Australian Antarctic Arts Fellows to feature on a new series of stamps.
RMIT celebrates return of cultural activities and events
A rich program of cultural events and activities is on offer at RMIT’s venues with The Capitol and RMIT Gallery reopening this month and creative residencies once again resuming at McCraith House.
The power of creative practices to drive sustainable socio-ecological transformation
RMIT Europe Research Fellow Cristina Ampatzidou explains her role in the Creative Practices for Transformational Futures (CreaTures) Horizon 2020 project, and how creative practices have the power to drive sustainable socio-ecological change.