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Ron Nyisztor: Artist in Focus

The School of Arts and Humanities is proud to present Ron Nyisztor: Artist in Focus, an exhibition celebrating the works of Perth based artist Ron Nyisztor at ECU’s Gallery 25.

IMMATERIAL

ECU Bachelor of Arts Alumni, Gemma Ben-Ary has come together with Curtin University Bachelor of Arts Honours Alumni, Mandy Harwood to present their collaborative exhibition IMMATERIAL at Spectrum Project Space in July.

Passage Self Strange: Exhibition Opening

Recent graduates of ECU’s School of Arts and Humanities Aliesha Mafrici and Harrison See are proud to present their collaborative exhibition entitled Passage Self Strange to be launched on Friday, 28 July at Turner Galleries in Northbridge.

Catalyst Clemente program giving free tertiary education to people in Midland and Joondalup

ECU’s School of Arts and Humanities continues to grow its commitment to the local community, with the innovative Catalyst Clemente outreach program.

CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Associate Professor Debbie Rodan and Associate Professor Panizza Allmark

Associate Professor Debbie Rodan and Associate professor Panizza Allmark will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 7 June

2018 Creative Proposals Call Out

We want you! Spectrum Project Space is placing the call out for creative proposals for its 2018 calendar.

Re(dis)covery

You are invited to view the works of Sophie La Maitre titled Re(dis)covery, exhibiting at Spectrum Project Space.

Latest university news

Pop on the kettle to prevent disease

Having a cup of tea is a great way to relax, but a review of existing research has found that it could also help protect you from Alzheimer's disease and diabetes.

Vale Graham Wood

It is with great sadness we regret to inform you of the passing of WAAPA Associate Dean Associate Professor Graham Wood PhD WAAPA on Wednesday, 19 July 2017. Graham passed peacefully surrounded by his family and loved ones.

Three ways the ‘NotPetya’ cyberattack is more complex than WannaCry

The NotPetya cyberattack represents a new twist in the field of online warfare, argue Dr Paul Haskell-Dowland.

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Are you considering a career in Counter Terrorism Security or Intelligence Chat with the coordinator of our Counter Terrorism Security &…

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Are you a nurse or a midwife and have you been involved in a critical incident One of our Master of Nursing (Research) students is seeking…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Photos from our Joondalup #ECUOpenDay are live now :) Check out the 2017 ECU Joondalup Open Day photo album :D

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