Lecturer in Psychology and Criminology, James McCue describes how around the world, the idea of adulthood is being challenged in his latest article in The Conversation.
The Contemporary Visual Arts Research Group is proud to host a lecture by Professor Maria Gough; Joseph Pulitzer, Jr. Professor of Modern Art and Harvard Professor.
The Edith Cowan Centre for Global Issues is proud to host guest speaker Michelle Ciulla Lipkin for her keynote address on Media, Technology and Kids.
Constant mobile phone use by parents could see baby talk become an “endangered language,” ECU communications Professor Lelia Green has warned.
WA poets John Kinsella and Tracy Ryan are preparing to launch half a life of work by ECU School of Arts and Humanities Honorary Professor Glen Phillips.
Margaret Rive Press interview ECU South West Literature and Writing student Tiff Hastie who won the 2018 Margaret River Short Story Competition South West Prize with her story ‘The Chopping Block’.
The Digitising Early Childhood International Conference, hosted by Edith Cowan University (ECU), will return to the Novotel Langley Hotel Perth from 9 - 13 July 2018, bringing with it top researchers from around the world.
For the sixth consecutive year Edith Cowan University School of Arts and Humanities is partnering with the Western Australian Secondary School Executives Association (Inc) and Sangora Education Foundation to host the Young Originals Exhibition 2018.
Paradise’s Parasite III comes to Edith Cowan University’s (ECU) Spectrum Project Space after touring at Shanghai’s University of Science and Technology (USST), ARK Gallery and Yinghuang Tea Rooms at USST.
ECU's Spectrum Project Space presents solo exhibition Orientalism & Imperialism: Veiled, Unveiled and Reviled by South African born artist Aasiya Evans.
Presented as part of the first Perth Comic Arts Festival (PCAF), this exhibition explores the relationship between painting and comics.
The popularity of Marvel-inspired blockbusters in recent years may suggest a revival of comics, but they have never gone away, say the organisers of a comics festival to be held in Perth later this month.
WA Screen Academy graduate Ben Young talks on his love of film making and recent Hollywood success with friends Grant Sputore and Zak Hilditch.
Digital cameras and smartphones may have lowered the barrier for entry into photography, but there is still strong demand for professionals who can make great images.
Congratulations to School of Arts and Humanities Lecturer, Dr Justine Dandy for her recent win at the 2018 Aspire Awards Ceremony.
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