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Please join us at RMIT Storey Hall for an amazing night on Friday the 3rd of August as RMIT's Gold & Silversmithing graduating class hold their annual fundraising jewellery auction!Viewing begins at 6:00pm- Live auction 7:00pm - 10:00pm- Silent auction 6.00pm - 8:30pm- Lucky dip $20 each - 2018 Limited edition auction pins! $10 eachNibbles will be provided and there is a full bar available to purchase drinks!All proceeds will go to the 2018 graduate exhibition and catalogue. Hope to see you there!Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1838591433114162/Keep an eye out on the Instagram account: @rmit_gs_2018 ... See MoreSee Less
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Now available for PRE-ORDER!The Disassembly Line by PhD candidate Nicholas Walton-HealeyIntroduction: Sarah Pink.The Disassembly Line is a documentary photography series about the work – and the people who undertake the work – performed on ‘the killing floor’ of a rural NSW abattoir.The Disassembly Line is a sensory utopia (but viewer discretion is advised).PRE-ORDER SPECIAL OFFER: The first 100 copies receive a AUD$10.00 discount off the RRP. Receive a signed book and receive a C-Type print 200mm wide x 270mm deep, signed by Nicholas Walton-Healey. ... See MoreSee Less
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Belinda Wilson is showcasing her Master of Fine Art (Research) exhibition, 'Extreme weather in regional Victoria: A reflection and response through painting and sound .' this Thursday 12 July from 5.30-7.30pm at RMIT University SITE EIGHT Gallery.The exhibition combines her own memories of regional living with selected personal and historical accounts of others, to showcase a body of artworks that investigated extreme weather conditions, especially those such as bushfire, drought and flood, that have taken place in North-East Victoria. The exhibition is a collection of 4 year’s work (part-time) and includes paintings, drawings and digital drawing with sound.SITE EIGHT RMIT Building 2 L evel 2, Bowen Street (off Latrobe St), Melbourne, VIC, 3000 .Image : ' Mr Wilson ', Oil on Belgium linen, 125 x 155cm, 2017 ... See MoreSee Less
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There’s still time to register for tomorrow’s School of Art Postgrad Information Night! Tuesday 10 July5.00pm to 7.00pmProject Space/Spare RoomRMIT Building 94, ground level23–27 Cardigan StreetCarlton, VIC 3053Registration via Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/2NgGAVj Meet the expert staff and students connected to our Master of Fine Art, Masters of Arts (Arts Management), Master of Arts (Art in Public Space) and Master of Photography degrees to discuss your individual practice and ambitions within the colourful setting of current exhibitions showing in RMIT's Project Space / Spare room.You'll also have the opportunity to tour RMIT studio spaces used by our students.If you’re looking to improve your commitment and success in a creative career, RMIT’s focus on contemporary studio practice and connecting students with the global arts industry will get you there.This is a free event. Refreshments on the night.Connect with RMIT University’s School of Art.Ranked #1 in Australia and #11 in the World in Art & Design, RMIT University is the place to take your art to the next level.Our postgraduate art courses, studios and galleries are places where artists and students provide opportunities to work cooperatively to engage in ideas; to share, make, talk and research.Postgraduate courses offered in:Master of Fine ArtMaster of Arts (Art in Public Space)Master of Arts (Arts Management)Master of PhotographyImage: Suzannah Griffith, ‘Female Flaneuse’, 2018 ... See MoreSee Less
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Kit Wise as Associate Dean, Art.After graduating from Oxford University and the Royal College of Art with an MFA in Sculpture, Kit Wise received the Wingate Rome Scholarship in Fine Art in 1999, to study at the British School at Rome. He moved to Australia in 2002 and completed his PhD at Monash University in 2012.Kit has held senior educational leadership and governance roles since 2008. He is a Board Member for Deans and Directors of Creative Arts (DDCA) and Deputy Chair of the Executive Council of the Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools (ACUADS).Kit is an Adjunct Professor at Monash University and the University of Tasmania. He is represented by Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne and continues to practice as an artist, art writer and curator. ... See MoreSee Less