RMIT University

Melbourne, Australia
5-9 July 2000


LEaRNing Conference 2000

About the Conference

About the Venue

Conference Themes

Keynote Speakers

Papers & Workshops

Program

'How To' Workshops

Book Launches

 
Desert Aboriginal Community
Learning Experience


 
Rainforest Aboriginal Community
Learning Experience


Call for Papers

Registration:
International Participants


Registration:
Australian Participants


Publication of Papers

Accreditation

About Melbourne, Victoria

Accommodation

Contact

Links

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The Venue

RMIT Storey Hall

 Swanston St, Melbourne


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RMIT Gallery, Storey Hall

"The RMIT Gallery is part of the Storey Hall complex and includes the Auditorium ... The  Re/Vault expresso bar and cafe and the student gallery, First Site..."

 

RMIT Storey Hall

"this building is certainly catching everyone's eye as it's situated near one of melbourne's busiest underground railway stations and on swanston street."

Architecture Australia - vol.85 no.1 - Features, Storey Hall

"RMIT's daring campaign of architectural patronage, shepherded by Leon van Schaik, brings another controversial public building to Melbourne. Revising stately Storey Hall as a conference centre, architects Ashton Raggatt McDougall front the populace with a fusillade of discourses."

 

 

     


'how to' workshops