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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Students weave plan for sustainable fashion future

The inaugural Fashion & Textiles Youth Assembly brought students together from across the School of Fashion and Textiles on Tuesday to discuss the state of the current and future fashion industry.

Artists offer creative actions to ecological issues in Asia

When it comes to ways in which artists address ecological issues, actions can be big or small – it’s the action that is important, however subtle.

Students drawn to new NGV program

A new program at the National Gallery (NGV) of Victoria is connecting local and international students through the language of art and design.

Students to work on broadcast of AFL matches

A new partnership with McGuire Media will see students get the opportunity to work on AFL radio production.

Flower power: Floral fashion at Melbourne Flower and Garden Show

RMIT’s annual Floral Fashion exhibit blurred the line between art and fashion to highlight environmental issues at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (17–31 March).

Research leaps forward in ERA rankings

RMIT University has been rated among the world's best in the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings.

Lettuce fight the war on waste

An industrial design graduate who repurposed scrap lettuce leaves to make biodegradable plates was a winner at the 2019 Victorian Design Challenge.

News in sixty seconds prepares students for the future

Journalism students are gaining valuable industry-ready experience by producing news bulletins for free-to-air TV.

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