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Arts & About @ ECU

Friday, 05 November 2010

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On Thursday, 25 and Friday, 26 November the Mount Lawley Campus will come alive with displays and exhibitions as part of the Arts & About @ ECU showcase which highlights the best work from ECU’s creative students.

The showcase will officially launch on Thursday, 25 November and will include a number of exhibitions by students from both the School of Communications & Arts and the School of Education.

Highlights include the graduate Visual Arts exhibition entitled 2:1; the Interior and Spatial Design and Graphic Design exhibition, entitled Design 2010: Pixal Pushers and 3D Loopers and the Art Education fourth year graduate exhibition entitled One Art, Please.

Digital Media and Creative Industries students will present their exhibition, entitled Digital Immersion, which showcases displays of 3D modelling and animation, gaming and interactive web design.

Film and Video students will also present a selection of pieces from their exhibition entitled Screenophilia, which combines filmic visual art pieces, short films and Q and A sessions with staff from both the Film and Video course at ECU's WA Screen Academy.

Friday will also see high school teachers and students coming to the Mount Lawley Campus for a range of interactive events and exhibitions as part of the Arts & About @ ECU program.

Head of the School of Communications and Arts, Professor Clive Barstow, believes the exhibition is a fantastic showcase of the ECU’s emerging young talent.

“We have a number of talented and committed young artists within the School, and this is a chance for the ECU community to see firsthand the hard work they put in throughout the year.”

For more information on the exhibition, including times and locations, visit the School of Communications and Arts webpage.

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