An exhibition exploring the in-between conditions of the body through garment, object, film and performance.
A new exhibition of works at Edith Cowan University’s (ECU’s) Spectrum Project Space is investigating the way in which new media has altered the family archive and how we relate to our precious photographs.
The surf lifesaving movement sowed the seeds of its own decline in influence over Australia’s beaches when it invited American and Hawaiian lifeguards to compete in a Torquay carnival in 1956.
ECU researcher Dr Donell Holloway considers the growing trend of parents who use their touch screen devices to entertain their young children and the techno-guilt associated with this practice.
Choosing the right game for the kids to open on Christmas morning can be a daunting task for parents, but ECU’s gaming expert has some advice on what’s hot and what's not in 2014.
Since 2006, groups of ECU Photomedia students have visited Bangladesh, immersing themselves in the history and culture of the country, meeting new people and uncovering unique stories.
The media have a vital role when reporting on infectious diseases such as Ebola, especially regarding informing people with evidence-based facts as it lessens fear and stigma.
Journalism and broadcasting students have again been successful at the Ossie Awards recognising the best tertiary student journalists, held at the University of Technology in Sydney.
Despite the continued popularity of movies, producers are facing increasing obstacles in getting their independent films financed and distributed. But one filmmaker has the answer.
CREATEC invites staff and the community to the launch of three new books written by researchers from the School of Communications and Arts.
Five graduating students from ECU’s Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting are off to Sydney next year to kick off their broadcasting careers.
An idea for a TV show about three mates who steal grass trees and sell them on the black market will land one lucky WA student in a room full of film executives who could make his idea a reality.
Contemporary Fashion graduate students will present their work to the public in exhibition and on live models at 'BROOD' on Friday, 12 December.
Research investigating how to best keep young children safe online has been awarded a $365,000 Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project grant.
The 2014 School of Communication and Arts graduation show is almost here.