Western Australia’s geographical isolation from major city centres often leads to a lack of access to arts and performance in the state.
Through our Academy of Performing Arts, WAAPA, and the School of Communications and Arts, we’re aiming to make Perth – and WA – the birthplace and showcase of Australia’s artistic and cultural talent.
ECU are custodians of the most important collection of 18th and 19th century keyboards in the world. This multi-phase project will establish the ECU Centre for Keyboard Performance and Research.
WAAPA is a world-class performing arts school that provides one of the most comprehensive ranges of performing arts training in Australia.
Kurongkurl Katitjin, ECU’s Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research, plays a vital role in assisting the University to meet its commitment to Indigenous peoples. We support University-wide activities and programs, as well as activities specific to Indigenous Australian people and their cultures.
The ECU Art Collection is a dynamic, constantly-evolving reflection of the best in Australian and Western Australian art. It is built on a strong philosophical commitment to integrating art into the experience of students, staff and the wider community, and fostering and promoting local art practice.
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