Exhibition » 30.05.2018 - 03.06.2018


The Practice Research Symposium (PRS) is a twice-yearly gathering of research candidates enrolled at RMIT in disciplines associated with Architecture and Design. The PRS’ prime purpose is to be the tangible focus of a learning community - its home, so to speak. As we all know, people learn more from each other than they do from abstract structures, and the PRS is first and foremost a gathering of peers.

The PRS is run in June and October each year.

Examinations are open to the public and run from Wednesday 30 May – Friday 1 June.
+ Examination timetable

Exhibition open:

5 – 7pm, Friday 1 June
12 – 5pm, Saturday 2 June

Lecture by Prof Felicity Scott 
A Straighter Kind of Hip
Thursday 31 May
6.30 – 7.30pm
RMIT Building 80 (SAB), Room 2, Level 1 

PRS launch and drinks a
With book launches and special performances
Friday 1 June
5 – 7pm 
RMIT Design Hub
Project Rooms 1 and 2, Level 2

Supervisors and Candidates Forum 
Feedback Loops - Drink and Think Forum
5.30 – 6.40pm, Saturday 2 June
RMIT Design Hub

Candidate presentations

Saturday 2 June
10am – 5.30pm
Various locations across RMIT Design Hub 

Followed by a cocktail party (RSVP only)
6.45 – 8.30pm
Long Room, Level 10 

Sunday 3 June
10am – 3.00pm
Various locations across RMIT Design Hub

Followed by drinks
3.00  – 4.00pm
Long Room, Level 10 

View further details and updates about the PRS weekend at practice-research.com