Be part of the excitement as Edith Cowan University’s School of Arts and Humanities presents the much anticipated ArtsHum 2017, a premier event on ECU’s event calendar beginning with a spectacular opening night.
Researchers are concerned about a growing app gap where digital-savvy toddlers with access to educational apps may be more school-ready than their counterparts.
The very first of its kind – The Social Media Games – is a time-pressure challenge featuring WA universities battling it out for glory.
Jane Bennett, political theorist and author proposes that collectively we need to live more materialistically by acknowledging the energy invested in ordinary things.
What do you get when you send disadvantaged children on a photographic safari hunt with professional level cameras?
Dr Nirmala Menon will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 15 November
ECU School of Arts and Humanities graduate Lorraine Sindel was named the 2017 WW Mitchell Student of the Year at the Public Relations Institute of Australia (PRIA) WA State Awards for Excellence last Friday.
You are invited to attend the 13th Totally Huge New Music Festival Conference, which will take place Thursday, 26 October at the State Library, presented by Tura New Music, in association with WAAPA and UWA.
Two exhibitions by Edith Cowan University Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) Alumni, Torsten Knorr and Kerry Cullinan will be exhibited at ECU’s Spectrum Project Space in October with a double opening celebration.
Dr Donell Holloway, Duncan Barnes and Carmen Jacques will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 25 October
You are invited to attend the book launch of Dr Jamal Barnes, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Centre for Global Issues, School of Arts and Humanities.
The School of Arts and Humanities and the Australian Association of Social Workers invite you to attend the book launch of 'Key Concepts and Theory in Social Work' by Dr David Hodgson and Dr Lynelle Watts.
Social media sites have made sharing precious family photos quicker and easier than ever before. But with around 1 billion people uploading images to Facebook each week this convenience could come at a price.
Join speakers from justice agencies; specialist family violence agencies; academia and wider community-based programs as they share their first hand experiences of working with young people.
Mr Nick Johnson and Professor Lelia Green will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 11 October
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