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Cities of Hope Exhibition 2013

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An impressive and diverse exhibit at RMIT Gallery
RMIT Gallery is tucked away on Swanston Street, and is slowly gaining notoriety as a hub for fashion, architecture, fine art, and contemporary works.

RMIT Gallery
RMIT Gallery

'Peter Corrigan: Cities of Hope' runs until the 8th of June and is curated by Vanessa Gerrans. The RMIT Gallery is part of Storey Hall, at 342–344 Swanston Street in Melbourne.

Peter Corrigan is a well-known architect and costume designer. With a distinct sense of colour and design, buildings such as RMIT Building 8 have become notable in the Melbourne CBD, thanks to Peter Corrigan's vision.

Cities of Hope traces the creative process behind decades of work, and includes architectural models, drawings, costume designs, and artworks. It even includes the library of Peter Corrigan, several videos, and influential items from other public collections.

As part of the exhibition, a revival season of a play based on the novel 'The Lover,' with set design by Peter Corrigan, will be held at the RMIT Gallery from May 14th to 25th.

Cities of Hope resembles a festival in one exhibit with so many forms of artistic and creative expression, it is a fascinating glimpse into the process behind architecture and design.
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Why? A great blend of art, architecture and design
When: Until June the 8th, 2013.
Where: RMIT Gallery.
Cost: Free
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