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Latest news and events

Double opening at Spectrum Project Space

Two exhibitions by Edith Cowan University (ECU) Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) Alumni Joni Sercombe and Dan Gladden will be exhibited at ECU’s Spectrum Project Space in September.

CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Dr Paul McLaughlan

Dr Paul McLaughlan will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 23 August

CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Dr Sally Stewart Knowles

Dr Sally Knowles will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 16 August

Extended Focus

An exhibition at Edith Cowan University’s (ECU) Spectrum Project Space will showcase the artworks of seven current students and recent graduates from ECU School of Arts and Humanities, Visual Arts Honours.

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.


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.

Latest university news

Country kids face veg challenges

Regional and remote kids face unique challenges when it comes to eating the recommended amount of vegetables, new research has found.

As Australia becomes less religious, our parliament becomes more so

Even though the 2016 Census revealed that more than 30% of the Australian population identify as having “no religion” – a label that overtook the Catholic faith figure – Christianity’s effect on Australian politics is far from waning.

Quest for Alzheimer’s test

Detecting Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms appear is seen as the key to fighting the deadly disease. Now thanks to a $700,000 grant, ECU researchers are confident such a blood test can be developed.

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Free personalised nutrition advice! Our Nutrition & Dietetics students are offering F.R.E.E. consultations for adults. Located in the Joondalup…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Check out the Digital Hub used by our Business students in this #360photo! The facility includes virtual reality equipment, and a range of software…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Do you want to study Criminology & Justice? Come to our specialist info evening, Tuesday 29 August at our Joondalup Campus! Register now:…

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