What's on for the rest of September!

What's on for the rest of September!

RMIT student Emman provides a recap on the month at RMIT so far and a snippet of what's to come!

Spring is here, and in September, RMIT has offered us a rang of activities and events to participate in.

Emman talks through what students have enjoyed so far, and what's to come!

R U OK? Day

I enjoyed coming down to the RUSU Chill ‘n’ Grill on R U OK? Day where students could meet new people, relieve some stress, and have fun over some free food and beverages, therapy dogs, and a DJ booth!

Not only that, but I was also able to speak to students present that day about how they cope with their mental well-being.

R U OK? Day also offered students the chance to engage in several other events, including a Creative Art Therapy workshop with Art therapist Michelle Morgan, Speedfriending with RMIT Kirrip, and Take a Mindful Moment, a 60-minute webinar by RMIT Counselling. 

If you missed out, there's still plenty to look forward to for the rest of the month!

What's on?

Kantha collaborative student artwork

Try something new by joining RMIT student and artist Mita Chowdury, and contribute in making a Kantha, a slow art, collaborative artwork.

Kantha is the traditional hand-stitched, embordered 'Quilt' of the subcontinent, especially in undivided Bengal (Bangladesh and West Bengal) people. 

Event details

When: 12pm until 3pm, 5 September until 18 October
Where: Kirrip Place, RMIT University Building 10, Level 5,  Bowen Street 

For more information, click here.

Street Art Crawl

What pops into your head about Melbourne? If it’s art and coffee, this is perfect for you!

Hosted by RMIT Student Life, Get familiar with Melbourne’s street art as you explore across Melbourne City to look for the famous street art lanes, accompanied by a free coffee.

During this expedition, students can ask our International Student Peer Support Team about life at RMIT as an International student and other queries. 

Event details

When: 11.30am until 1.30pm, every Tuesday
Where: RMIT Streat Cafe, RMIT University Building 10, Bowen Street

For more information, click here.

Bundy Picnic

Celebrate the beginning of Spring with delectable tidbits, fun games, and other activities at RMIT’s Bundy Picnic at the Bundoora Campus! Meet and make new friends and share stories about coping with culture shock and adapting to Australia for International students.

Event details

When: 12pm until 2pm, Thursday 29 September
Where: RMIT University Bundoora Campus - Building 210/202 Courtyard

For more information, click here.

There's still plenty to do in Sepetember so make sure you check out this month's event calendar!

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