Friday 30 January 2015 – Lunchtime seminar with Professor Robyn Healy (RMIT University, Australia)

An image of Professor Robyn Healy

Title: Saving lives and design activism: Fashion and textiles research
Speaker: Professor Robyn Healy (RMIT University, Australia)

Professor Robyn Healy, Head of the School of Fashion and Textiles at RMIT University Melbourne will discuss RMIT’s current research initiatives including cross disciplinary cohorts, research centre and practice-led PhD programs. This lunchtime seminar is hosted by Dr Alison Gwilt, Reader in Fashion and Sustainability.

RMIT University’s School of Fashion and Textiles engages in research that addresses critical questions of our time and speculates on future conditions for a sustainable urban orientated world. By bringing together expertise from design, curatorial practice, business, technology and science the School’s research community works across five streams of enquiry:
• Saving Lives;
• Producing Fashion;
• Body: Centric Lab;
• Creative Materials Lab;
• Design Activism.

12.00PM – 1.00PM

See here for details of other seminars in the series.

All SHU staff and students are welcome to attend the C3RI Lunchtime Research Seminars. If you are from outside of the University and would like to attend a seminar, please email C3RI Administrator to arrange entry.