03 May 2011
RMIT partners with Human Rights Arts and Film Festival - win free tickets
Take advantage of RMIT’s partnership with the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival. Artwork by Amelia Johannes.
RMIT and the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival (HRAFF) are thrilled to announce the beginning of a three year partnership in 2011 - where you reap the rewards.
The Festival will be offering range of benefits to RMIT students over the coming years including internships, film and art exhibiting opportunities, ticket giveaways, special film screenings, student judging panels, guest lecturers and volunteer opportunities.
RMIT will also play host to two exciting events at the Festival: Australian Shorts and the Seminar - Art and Artefact:Conserving Indigenous Culture Through Traditional Communication.
To celebrate the beginning of the partnership, you have the opportunity to win one of 20 double passes to the Australian Shorts film session. All you have to do is be one of the first 20 people to email the title of the film you are most excited to see at the 2011 Festival to firstname.lastname@example.org.
View inspiring local human rights stories. The screening includes the RMIT student film by Emma Judd and Stacey Kwijas, More Than Words.
Where: RMIT Capitol Theatre
When: 3:00pm, 22 May 2011
Art and Artefact: Conserving Indigenous Culture Through Traditional Communication
This forum will explore the power of traditional story-telling, dance and art in the context of Indigenous Australian cultural representation and continuation.
Where: RMIT Kaleide Theatre
When: 5:30pm, 18 May 2011
The festival takes place from May 12 - 22 in Melbourne. To reserve your spot at these events please visit HRAFF.