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RMIT Vietnam is home to creativity

Thursday, November 26, 2015 - 17:23
Student Creative Showcase opens at 4:30 pm, Wednesday 2 December 2015.
The campaign Their Career, Their Future developed by Dang Tu Anh and her classmates, Professional Communication students.

The Head of RMIT’s Centre of Communication and Design says the university is becoming a hub of creativity and an arts showcase coinciding with the annual graduation ceremony will prove it.

Students from the Bachelor of Design (Digital Media), Bachelor of Fashion (Merchandise Management) and Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) programs will feature Flow, a student creative showcase exhibiting short movies, graphic designs, fashion displays, live pitches and integrated communication campaigns.

Professor Rick Bennett, the Head of the Centre said: “We are proud of the work produced by our students across these programs.

“Flow is a great opportunity to highlight how our programs facilitate students thinking differently, accentuating their creativity and working closely with industry throughout their studies.

“We have been steadily building RMIT Vietnam as a hub of creativity education and practice that will transform the future of creativity industries in this country and the region.”

The lecturers from each degree program chose student projects to feature in Flow.

Professional Communication lecturer Supanida Chantarin chose the Their Career, Their Future campaign to be exhibited.

Student Dang Tu Anh said: “This was our assessment project for the Advertising Professional Practice course. We created a campaign to raise awareness about Vietnamese parents making all the decisions about their children’s futures.

“We received a lot of positive feedback after it went viral. In the Student Creative Showcase we want to continue to introduce our project to people who have not seen it.”

The Student Creative Showcase opens at 4:30 pm, Wednesday 2 December in Academic Building 2 at the Saigon South Campus and runs until Saturday 5 December.