RMIT Gallery


RMIT Gallery is RMIT University’s premier exhibition gallery, presenting local, Australian and international creative works, research outcomes and cultural stories that promote social and academic interaction between the University and a global public with a focus on external partnerships and digital dissemination.

The public exhibition program delivers unique experiences of visual art, new media, sonic art, design, popular culture, science and technology fusions in its five museum standard galleries spaces, maintaining a strong commitment to the visceral power of material experience.

Permanent Collection

For over 125 years, the RMIT University Art Collection has served as a repository for education and research, and as a source of inspiration. Encompassing some of the finest examples of modern and contemporary art in Australia, it reflects the University's commitment to its - and Australia's - cultural history through the creative endeavours of staff and alumni, and of external artists whose work mirrors the University's own ideals and aspirations. The collection comprises over 2000 artworks in a variety of media. Many works are on display throughout RMIT's campuses, and form an important component in exhibitions at RMIT Gallery.

Online collection
getting to the gallery

RMIT Gallery is located at 344 Swanston Street, Melbourne, near the corner of Swanston and La Trobe Streets (Melways reference: 1A J4).

The gallery is located diagonally opposite Melbourne Central Railway Station and can be reached by trams traveling on Swanston and La Trobe Streets, including the City Circle Tram. 

Limited street parking is available. 


Toilets: No – available at premises next door
Infant Facilities: No
Wheelchair Access: Yes

RMIT Gallery
Building 16
344 Swanston Street
City Campus, RMIT University
Melbourne VIC 3000
T: 03 9925 1717
W: www.rmit.edu.au/rmitgallery

Opening Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 11 am - 5 pm
Thursday: 11 am to 7 pm (late night viewing)
Saturday: 12 pm to 5 pm
Closed public holidays and Sundays.
Entry is Free

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Manit Sriwanichpoom, Pink Man in Paradise #2, 2003, digital image, courtesy of the artist
Bruised: Art Action and Ecology in Asia
RMIT Gallery
12 Apr 2019 - 1 Jun 2019
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