RMIT School of Art


The School of Art at RMIT is an international site for innovative and diverse art, craft and photographic practices and research.

The School of Art is known for its diverse and internationally-renowned creative programs led by accomplished artists, photographers and professional staff who strive for excellence in pedagogy, research and innovation.

RMIT is ranked number 1 in Australia and 12 in the world for Art and Design (2018 QS Rankings) placing the School of Art in the top echelon of the world’s art and photographic educational institutions.













Lau Sze Yin (Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), graduated in 2018, Painting Major),  A journey of forms : Lightness 1, 2018, Stocking and wire

Lau Sze Yin (Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), graduated in 2018, Painting Major), A journey of forms: Lightness 1, 2018, Stocking and wire

The School of Art has a range of activities which aligns with RMIT’s international strategy.

This includes;

  • International Agreements

  • International Industry Engagement

  • International Research Projects

  • Student mobility — through exchanges and study tours

  • International Artist Exchange Residencies / Teaching Residencies / Graduate Residencies

  • Visiting Artists

The School of Art plays a pivotal role in accelerating RMIT’s ambitions to become the leading Australian university in Asia. It has long established translational partnerships with The Hong Kong Art Centre/ Hong Kong Art School to deliver Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fine Arts programs in Hong Kong. Building on these experiences and strengths, agreements are also in place with East China Normal University (ECNU) for Masters by Coursework programs in Public Art and Arts Managements, allowing students to study in both China and Melbourne and be awarded degrees from both institutions.



Metro Rail Hoardings

RMIT University Open Day 2019

Graduate Exhibition

Pao Gallery, Hong Kong Art Centre 2019