With credits including Mrs Doubtfire, Predator and The Chronicals of Narnia to his name, legendary cinematographer Don McAlpine had some tips for the ECU’s budding filmmakers.
Nick Abbey, PhD candidate in WAAPA won WA Music Industry Jazz Song of the Year at the 2014 WAM awards ceremony.
The 2015 National NAIDOC theme is: We all Stand on Sacred Ground: Learn, Respect and Celebrate
Kurongkurl Katitjin is pleased to release its newest publication: 2014 in Review.
A new art exhibition at ECU examines human habitat and the way artists have historically interpreted a sense of place, belonging and domestic escape.
The Nyoongar Season ‘Djeran (Apr/May) is represented by the colour green as it is the time of the year where the cooler weather begins.
Mariko Huartson is the proud recipient of a Western Australian Japanese Studies Scholarship that will see her study for up to 12-months in Japan.
Taken from the findings of early childhood educators who attended the Pushes and Pulls of Pedagogy forum, a report has been delivered to the Minister for Education.
What do you wish you had said but now it’s too late? A new interactive art exhibition is giving a voice to those unspoken moments.
Two ECU Photomedia graduates have developed a program that sees underprivileged children paired with professional photographers to experience a different type of learning.
Get ready for an exhilarating ride through the Big Band era and the most popular pop, rock and R‘n’ B hits as the Western Australian Academy of Performing Art’s stars of tomorrow take center stage at WAAPA In The Park.
Puppet training in the spotlight as 2015 FirstHand artists announced and WAAPA adds new unit to performing arts degree.
Fremantle’s historic West End is the setting for a new fiction novel about a modern day killer by author Dr Leigh Straw.
Justaposition challenges traditional art presentation and installation, playfully exploring the process of art hanging through photography and found objects.
When you were in school, did you think your teachers had eyes in the backs of their heads? Now using the latest video technology the next generation of teachers are being trained to see the whole classroom.