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Graduate exhibitions

The School of Arts and Humanities graduate shows are a vibrant and diverse network of simultaneous exhibitions featuring works from our graduating students. More than just a time to reflect on their years of study, the graduate shows give students the perfect opportunity to showcase their skills to industry professionals and the general public. Showcasing our emerging students, the graduate shows have the potential to transform the way we think about art, design, animation, photography, fashion, writing, film and video in today’s world.

Come and discover creativity at ECU as it comes alive to celebrate our students’ transition into this ever-evolving landscape.

Current events

Exclusive Arts and Humanities Tour - Arts Insight 2020
Thursday 26 November
Time: 4.30pm - 6.00pm
Venue: ECU Mount Lawley Campus
Cost: Free

Be sure to register your attendance via TryBooking. See you there! Arts Insight will finish at approximately 6.00pm however, your tickets provide access to the ArtsHum 2020 graduate exhibition.

ArtsHum 2020 - Opening night
Thursday 26 November 
Time: 6.00 - 9.00pm 
ECU Mount Lawley Campus

Please register your attendance via TryBooking. ArtsHum is our premier showcase of creative works produced by this year's cohort of graduating Arts and Humanities students.

ArtsHum Exhibition 2020  

  • Open Friday 27 November, 10.00am - 4.00pm
  • Closed at the weekend
  • Open Monday 30 November - Friday 4 December, 10.00am - 4.00pm.

Fashion Graduate Show
The School of Arts and Humanities Fashion Graduate event #13 TUSSLE will showcase the collections of the latest group of talented emerging designers. Artwork, static garments and music will provide a compelling backdrop for a fashion performance and immersive experience you’re not likely to forget!
Date: Friday 11 December 2020
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm 
Tickets: Can be purchased via

Doors open from 6.30pm. Ticket holders can collect a catalogue and badge at the door. Cash bar (ATM on site) and complimentary finger food served by our student volunteers. Formalities commence at 7pm.

School of Arts and Humanities

Student work

Testing and exhibiting creative work is a fundamental part of our communications and arts degrees. Exhibiting publicly is a large part of the learning process and helps students prepare for future careers as artists, designers and communicators. Students exhibit on campus, in public, on-line, in magazines, and more.

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