How do you break into the film industry? It might seem difficult, but Girish Makwana is living proof that it’s not impossible – though it requires persistence and a willingness to collaborate.
RMIT property and valuation student Melissa Gardner spent a year receiving hands-on work experience as part of an industry supported scholarship worth $10,000.
Eighteen RMIT students have been selected to travel to India for the Cross Cultural Perspectives in Literary Event Management study tour, including placement at the Jaipur Literature Festival.
The current state of play and potential future advances in the field of textile materials were discussed and debated at the TBIS-APCC conference at RMIT’s Brunswick campus in July.
As the city emerges from a winter slumber, Melbourne’s fashion scene is set to heat up when RMIT’s bright young fashion designers present their graduate collections at Melbourne Spring Fashion Week.
A cross-cultural love story inspired by true events and directed by an alumnus of RMIT’s Master of Creative Media will have its world premiere in Melbourne this week.
M@ STUDIO Architects, an architectural practice led by RMIT staff, will reinvent one of Melbourne’s great civic spaces with a dramatic and thought-provoking structure.
On Monday, Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar’s new album To Pimp a Butterfly found itself published on iTunes a full week ahead of its scheduled release, amidst rumours that the album’s distributor, Interscope, had accidentally pushed it live without the knowledge of Kendrick’s label Top Dawg Entertainment.