Looking back brings together work made by a selection of graduates from the ECU fashion major with a particular focus on creating a dialogue between the work they made as students and what they are producing now.
Ten ECU Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) students and Alumni will be holding an exhibition, conference and artist talks over the weekend of International Women’s Day 2019.
Two exhibitions by the recipients of the School of Arts and Humanities, Painting Residency 2018 will open at Spectrum Project Space with a double opening.
In Artifacts of the future, Master of Arts (Visual Arts) student, Caroline Kerr explores the possibilities that 3D printing presents for contemporary ceramic practice. By combining 3D technologies and traditional studio practices, her work attempts to blur the boundary between the man-made and the machine-made.
Borders is a durational performance installation by WAAPA Bachelor of Performing Arts (Performance Making) student, Noemie Huttner-Koros.
ECU's Spectrum Project Space will host solo exhibition Fragility & Strength by School of Arts and Humanities Master’s student Janice Bathurst.
Espresso Self showcases the nexus between creative practice and research, with work by ECU staff being presented to the wider ECU community and general public.
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.
Edith Cowan University’s (ECU) Spectrum Project Space proudly presents Comics West celebrating the last thirty years of comic making in Western Australia, including comics pages, illustrations, digital comics and augmented reality.
Three WA artists have been aware of each others similar interests in time and its manifestation through photographic imagery for several years.
International, Sydney based artist Kannar-Litchenberger exhibits new works around her time in Antarctica, Galapagos, Lord Howe Island.
Two exhibitions by Nastaran Ghadiri and Arts and Humanities staff Tanja Visosevic, will be exhibited at ECU’s Spectrum Project Space in April.
Louise Grimshaw will exhibit a series of complex prints, using natural pigments, acrylic iridescence, inference and an artist book responding to the Jorge Luis Borges text The Library of Babel.
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