A series of paintings by Fiona Harman exploring the experience of living in suburbia and questioning the idea of the ‘model home’ will be on display at ECU’s Spectrum Project Space.
Students from Governor Stirling SHS got a taste of university life during a series of Weekend Workshops.
The Happiness Project, a collaboration between ECU and the City of Fremantle, will open for the second year running on Thursday, 2 July.
Soseh Yekanians’ deeply personal story, inspired by her own experiences growing up as a culturally displaced child in Australia, will be told through a new performance work at ECU’s Spectrum Project Space.
A story about a young man’s first night in his bachelor pad – which may turn out to be the last night of his life – has won ECU graduate Bill Scheggia a WA Screen Award.
Revelation Perth International Film Festival will be screening for its 18th exciting year from Thursday, 2 to Sunday, 12 July, 2015.
The WA Screen Academy and a number of ECU Film and Video graduates have claimed an impressive 13 WA Screen Award nominations.
In a first for Australian film schools, students from ECU’s WA Screen Academy will graduate with a coveted broadcast credit on their resume thanks to the ongoing support of the Nine Network Australia.
ECU graduate Kristian Guagliardo has wanted to be a writer since he was seven years old and now he is now well on his way to achieving his dream, thanks to a $10,000 ArtStart grant.
Aboriginal Broadcasting student Tillara Casey is looking forward to learning about journalism in the real world when she steps outside the classroom and into the studios of ABC Perth.
SCA PhD student can now add another string to her bow with novel, “The Historian’s Daughter”, shortlisted for the Dundee International Book Prize.
In response to a worrying escalation in HIV in Western Australia, two journalism lecturers have developed a pilot project that included several media education and training sessions for WA AIDS Council staff.
The Third Space exhibition showcases on-going collaborative artworks from staff and students at the School of Communications and Arts and the University of Shanghai Science and Technology (USST).
Professor Lelia Green, an expert on how young people interact with the internet and video games will deliver the first talk in The West Australian ECU Lecture Series.
Now on show in breathing space at Mount Lawley Library are a selection of international prints from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.