The Capitol is a new destination for culture, education and innovation, offering cinema, video, new digital media, VR, AR, gaming, video art and animation experiences.
A New Destination for Culture, Education and Innovation
RMIT Media Virtual Showcase 2020
Celebrate the end of first Semester with a selection of the best short films, video art, soundscapes and digital projects created by students in the Bachelor of Communication (Media) program.
An aggregation of resources to stay connected with our creative community amidst the uncertainty of COVID-19.
In line with recent Government advice, The Capitol will be closed for public events effective today, Monday 16 March.
Events scheduled in this venue for the months of March and April have now been cancelled or postponed.
If you have pre-purchased tickets for March or April events, please contact the festival or organisation from which you purchased tickets directly via the links below.
We will continue to take the advice of the relevant authorities and will confirm when we are able to recommence our regular program of events.
For RMIT’s response to coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the RMIT website.
If you have queries about specific events, please refer to the links below or contact us at email@example.com.
Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF)
Student Preview of Misbehaviour
Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Truth, Power, Image: Photography in the Post-Internet Age
We look forward to welcoming our community back to The Capitol soon.
The Capitol brings cinema, new media arts, creative technology and leading ideas together to teach, connect and transform audiences.