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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Melbourne Modern: the legacy of European artists and designers

A new exhibition at the RMIT Gallery traces the lasting impact of European influence on generations of RMIT teachers and students to the present day.

Congratulations to Queen’s Birthday Honours recipients

Outstanding contributors from the RMIT community have been recognised with an Order of Australia in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

The Capitol open for business with Agnés Varda retrospective

One of the first seasons to feature at the revitalised Capitol will feature films by the “grandmother of the French New Wave”, celebrated filmmaker Agnés Varda.

School of Fashion and Textiles recognised as world-leading

The latest Business of Fashion ‘Best Fashion Schools in the World’ survey has reviewed fashion institutions from across the world and recognised RMIT as a leader in fashion education.

Marion's ceiling shines again

The revitalisation of Melbourne’s Capitol has provided an opportunity to revisit the feminist history of architect Marion Mahony Griffin and her contribution to the iconic building.

The Capitol reclaims its place as a Melbourne cultural icon

Following a multi-million-dollar refurbishment, The Capitol has reopened today as a contemporary destination for culture, education and innovation.

Walk, listen and discover RMIT’s Indigenous history

An interactive app and audio-walk is revealing RMIT’s hidden history, inviting listeners to reimagine the City campus through Indigenous stories of land, river and sky.

DISRUPT: Mapping the future of Melbourne through stories

A collective storytelling project held as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week (20-26 May) is inviting participants to take over a 20-metre wall to disrupt the streets with their dreams of the city.

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