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Overview

ECU Galleries

ECU Galleries are committed to building diverse audiences, accessibility and developing a community of practice. Arts led research is also a priority.

The galleries:

  • are committed to highlighting cultural stories, to presenting exhibitions and events that are relevant to the student population and experience,
  • are a valuable support for learning and teaching activities, inspiring creativity, interdisciplinary and collaboration in research.

The galleries provide:

  • premier exhibition space, featuring doctoral candidates, emerging/early/mid/established-career artists and curators, and the ECU Art Collection,
  • a site for risk and speculation where the process of creativity is as important as the outcome,
  • an engaged and inspiring program of contemporary exhibitions,
  • a laboratory for exploration and experimentation with an inclusive approach to creativity, and
  • a site for multi/cross/inter/trans disciplinary approaches to research.
Spectrum

Spectrum Project Space


Spectrum is a flexible, exhibition and performance space - a site for risk and speculation where the process is as important as the outcome.

ECU's Gallery 25

Gallery 25


Gallery 25 is ECU’s premier exhibition space: presenting an engaged and inspiring program of contemporary exhibitions.

Past exhibitions

Past exhibitions


View our past exhibitions held at ECU Galleries - which includes Spectrum Project Space (SPS) and Gallery25 (G25).


Events

FRI
14
JUN

YouYang Tat Sat

ECU Galleries
exhibition
  Spectrum Project Space

YouYang Tat Sat is an assemblage of sensations and emotions that have emerged as a neo-mantra for Banerjee, one that seamlessly splices the memories of her home country, her imaginative third spaces and her life in the present day. It is testament to a migrant’s yearning for an authentic sense of home. Through the involuntarily harnesses memory deployed in the negotiations of everyday life has she then finally found home or is this merely a trick that her migrant mind has played?

Exhibition dates: Friday, 14 June - Wednesday, 17 July 2024
Floor talk: Wednesday, 17 July 5.00pm - 6.30pm

TUE
18
JUN

Boola Moorditj Boordiya (Many Strong Leaders)

ECU Galleries
exhibition
Gallery25

Boola Moorditj Boordiya (Many Strong Leaders) honours Noongar elders, leaders and ancestors who have been pivotal in shaping Noongar art into what it is today. Drawing from the ECU Art Collection, the exhibition is Gallery 25 and Kurongkurl Katitjin’s key program for the 2024 NAIDOC week, Keep The Fire Burning Blak, Loud and Proud.

Exhibition dates: Tuesday, 18 June - Wednesday, 17 July 2024
Floor talk: Wednesday, 10 July 12.30pm - 1.30pm
Panel Discussion: Saturday, 13 July 2.00pm - 3.00pm

Contact us

Gallery25 and Spectrum Project Space are both located on the Mount Lawley Campus at Edith Cowan University. Find us using our campus maps:

  • Gallery25 - Building 10, Room 122
  • Spectrum Project Space - Building 3, Room 191

Email: ECU_Galleries@ecu.edu.au

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Call for proposals

Applications for 2025 Exhibition Proposals are now open. Download the application form.

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Gallery Program

 

View the full 2024 Gallery Program now.

2024 ECU Galleries Program

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