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.
Multidisciplinary artist and Honours student Matthew Pope will be exhibiting a new body of work at Spectrum Project Space.
ECU 's Spectrum Project Space proudly presents Défence D’Afficher, new works by hansdieter zeh.
Developed during a five-month exchange in Shanghai, this exhibition explores the motivations behind mothers’ participation in Shanghai’s Peoples Park marriage market.
MENISCUS, the School of Arts and Humanities Fashion event #10 will showcase the work of our latest group of talented emerging designers.
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.
Jane Bennett, political theorist and author proposes that collectively we need to live more materialistically by acknowledging the energy invested in ordinary things.
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.
Edith Cowan University’s (ECU) Spectrum Project Space proudly presents Within Touching Distance, new paintings by Mardi Crocker.
How is something so calm, so chaotic – Performance 1 is part of Matthew Pope’s School of Arts and Humanities Honours research project at Edith Cowan University.
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