Articles related to 'Design, Film, Multimedia'
One of society’s most cherished and once unchanging of institutions, the museum, is embarking on a vast transformation: glass cabinets are being replaced by photons, static displays by lively memories and experiences from the public itself, the locked-away vaults of knowledge by a new openness and a vivid discourse with society.
People can leave uni with a lot of theoretical knowledge only to start their first job and find themselves thrown in the deep end. Not so for Swinburne alumni Zoe Warne and Matt Agar who attribute much of their subsequent success to Swinburne’s Industry-Based Learning (IBL) program.
Once upon a time, the creator of Animalia was just an enthusiastic design student. Today he has the guilty pleasure of believing he has created for himself "the best job in the world"
From the 1960s, an influential movement involving the marriage of old and new media was 'Fluxus', a global network of experimental artists and designers. One of its central figures, American academic Ken Friedman, has moved to Australia to chart a new course for design education.