RMIT Design Hub Gallery exists to ask questions about design’s role in the world today. Through exhibitions, conversations, performances and publications, we explore the process of design – making space to imagine, test and risk new ideas together.
Founded within RMIT University, the Design Hub Gallery has its roots in the city and in research practice. But most of all it is a public place, a zone for exploration and a platform for exchange, locally and internationally. An open space for discovery, questioning and experimentation.
Design Hub Gallery welcomes all visitors and is committed to making exhibitions and programs accessible to everyone. Design Hub Gallery is wheelchair accessible and there is a disabled parking space just outside on Swanston Street. The gallery is located on level 2, one floor down from street level. Guide dogs are welcome at Design Hub Gallery. Hearing loops are available in both gallery spaces. All wayfinding signage in the gallery spaces include Braille and raised letters.
RMIT Design Hub Gallery
Building 100, Carlton VIC, Australia
Tuesday to Friday
11am – 5pm
12.30pm – 5pm
Sunday and Monday
Closed Public Holidays