Spectrum Project Space is an exhibition and performance space that functions as a laboratory for exploration and experimentation with an inclusive approach to creativity and is a site for multidisciplinary approaches to artistic practice.
With an educational perspective, Spectrum Project Space attempts to reveal a range of reflective processes that underpin creative practice in all its forms. Spectrum both promotes and celebrates all forms of invention, experimentation and intuition irrespective of its outcome and therefore contributes to our understanding and appreciation of contemporary culture both locally and globally.
Thursday, 07 September 2017
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.
Thursday, 17 August 2017
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.
Spectrum Project Space is located on the Mount Lawley Campus at Edith Cowan University in Building 3, Room 3.191.
If wish to know more about Spectrum or would like to enquire about exhibiting, please contact:
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