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Always loved glass and wanted to give glass art a try?

Spring is the perfect time to get creative in the hot glass studio, and whilst it’s not currently possible to visit Venice, you can still explore the magic of glass-making right here with our 5-week course running through October to December 2020.

ECU Annual Scholarships Award

ECU students, Olivia Colja and Tamrah Bartlett, were this year's award winners for the ECU Arts and Humanities Executive Dean's Travel Scholarship.

Introducing ECU Galleries

The newly branded ECU Galleries incorporates Gallery25 and Spectrum Project Space and aims to consolidate practice-led research on the Mount Lawley Campus.

Would you like to learn how to sleep better?

Our Sleeping Better Program is an interactive workshop to help you improve the quality of your sleep.

Would you like to find out about how to balance stress?

Our 4 hour program (single session) will help you understand the impact of stress and provide strategies to help maintain a better balance in your life.

'Carmentis' short film continues to win big

Carmentis, produced by Jaclyn Hewer, and written/directed by sessional Screen Academy tutor Antony Webb, earlier this year was Officially Selected for the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival.

Cobra Kai, Bill & Ted: comebacks redefine middle-aged masculinity, but where are the women?

By Associate Professor Panizza Allmark in the School of Arts Humanities - on The Conversation.

Latest university news

ECU Staff and Students Honour Roll – September and October 2020

ECU's Staff and Students Honour Roll celebrates the significant achievements and awards presented to members of our University community.

New research reveals the causes of depression in teens with autism

New Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has shed light on the factors that contribute to depression in adolescents with autism, and the warning signs for parents.

Exercising one arm has twice the benefits

New research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) has revealed that training one arm can improve strength and decrease muscle loss in the other arm – without even moving it.

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