Becomings is an exhibition by postgraduate students in the School of Communications and Arts at Edith Cowan University.
The Cuban Connection showcases the creative practices from the Printmaking Studios of Havana, Cuba. These artists share studio spaces, but have developed a diverse array of works and themes.
Please join us on Friday, 13 June for an end-of-semester screening to celebrate our students’ achievements this semester.
Translations of Space is an international exhibition that explores phenomenological and aesthetic space.
A touching short film by two ECU graduates which explores organ donation has won the People’s Choice Award at the national film competition 2014 FilmLife Project.
Themes as diverse as ghost stories and ballet are set to give seven ECU Broadcasting students their first break in television.
A fundraising exhibition held in association with Birdlife Western Australia. 43 local artists will be participating with works made in response to an assigned WA threatened or endangered bird.
Film and Video graduate Zarah Lee Barrow has joined filmmaking legends as an award winner at the WorldFest-Houston International Independent Film Festival.
Scholarships, award-winning films and working in the industry are some of the rewards mounting up for WA Screen Academy graduate Gabrielle Cole.
WA Health Minister, Hon Dr Kim Hames, spoke on Tuesday, 15 April to more than 30 ECU health journalism students.
School of Communications and Arts, Game Design and Culture graduate is now director of SK Games.
An exhibition by Daniel Nevin of portrait photographs produced using alternative photographic techniques and exploring Walter Benjamin’s ideas of aura and photography.
Spectrum invites you to a curated exhibition, run in collaboration with the WA Police Department and the Bright Blue Charity Organisation for sick children.
You are invited to the exhibit opening of Open Enquiry Bangladesh - a collaboration between Pathshala and Edith Cowan University.
Design students will unleash their creativity and innovation on Fremantle in a new initiative which aims to provide ideas for enhancing happiness in the City of Fremantle.