RMIT Gallery is currently closed to the public. However, our virtual doors are open: explore our digital resources, visit our inaugural online exhibition The new (ab)normal and watch a recording of our online artist talk Making Art in Isolation.

For RMIT’s response to coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the RMIT website.

We look forward to welcoming our community back to RMIT Gallery soon.

Latest News

27 Aug 2020

Museum of Me – call for submissions

Museum of Me is an upcoming RMIT Gallery online student exhibition showcasing creativity across the university. The exhibition will be launched on 19…

30 Jul 2020

Watch the recording: Making art in isolation

What does it mean for artists and curators when galleries are closed, studios can be inaccessible, and uncertainty about the future feels…

28 Jul 2020

Making art in lockdown: ‘go with the flow’

Cordelia Tam is participating in RMIT’s online exhibition The new (ab)normal. Cordelia received her Professional Diploma in Fine Art from Hong Kong…

15 Jul 2020

Open House Melbourne: peek inside RMIT Culture’s ‘virtual’ doors

Open House Melbourne is a highlight on the calendar for art and design enthusiasts. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, doors may be physically…

Events

29 Jul 2020

Making art in isolation

What does it mean for artists and curators when galleries are closed, studios can be inaccessible, and uncertainty about the future feels…

20 Feb 2020

Pleasure Plus ‘Art or Porn?’

Pleasure celebrates artists who use the body to not only embellish and adorn but also as a personal and intimate metaphor. While we…

Digital Resources

Video

Unpacked – City Campus Public Art Tour

Join RMIT student Sarah Shahidah Binti Shahaz on a whirlwind tour of just some of the publicly accessible artworks on RMIT’s city…

Video

The Image Looks Back – Curator Tour

The Image Looks Back was due to open a few days after government COVID-19 restrictions came into place. The RMIT Gallery doors closed…

Acknowledgement of Country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.