The health of arts education is much better off because of its existence.
First Site is vital to further employment
Please consult with C. Yorke, an employabil
Here's some reporting from Creative Victoria on the state of employment
- The creative and cultural economy employed over 220,000 people in Victoria, generated $1.4 billion in exports and attracted cultural tourism worth $1 billion
- The creative and cultural economy is growing at almost double the rate of the broader economy.
- Products and services of the creative industries
- Victoria has more than 700 museums, representi
- Creative sectors and occupation
- Creative industries
RMIT, needs to really ask, 'how can we better support your reach First Site' so in turn First Site can further support students.
Each year RMIT partner with Melbourne Fashion Festival to showcase the talent of our students on an international stage. In 2018 RMIT students and recent graduates will explore what occurs at The edges and in between.
Featuring works by RMIT students Betty Liu, Bridget O'Rourke, Camille Thomas, Caroline McMillan, Gwan Tung Dorothy Lau, Joiwind Lowe, Liming Zhong, Margaret McJorrow, Minna Loft, Mohsen Meysami, Rochelle Fitzpatrick, Sang Thai, Selina Hegarty, Sharon McEntee, an...d Thao Nguyen.
Co-curated by RMIT students and recent graduates Anastasia Petidis, Brigid Hansen, and Megan McLennan.
The edges and in between is an art, fashion and textiles exhibition that examines how contemporary creative practices embrace the space between traditional boundaries, webs of connectedness and interdisciplinarity.
Traversing systems of duality as the self/other, object/subject, male/female and place/displacement, the edges and in between will act as a critical tool for examining the contemporary experience.
RMIT Creative invites you to explore what occurs at the edges and in between in this exhibition co-curated by RMIT students & recent graduates, featuring the works of fifteen student artists and designers.
Opening event: Tuesday 6 March 2018
Image Credit: Gwan Tung Dorothy Lau. Gloom. yarn, embossed fleece, stuffing, wire, PU coated fabric. 2017.
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First Site Gallery is run by RMIT Creative