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Heimlich Unheimlich

Heimlich Unheimlich is an installation of collages and poetry that explores through family photographs the post-World War II period, personal and historical trauma, belonging and migration.

Behind the Scenes: Sculpture by the Sea

The behind-the-scenes process for creative work is often unseen but is such a valuable part of making.

Participants sought for study exploring life after the armed forces

Around 5,000 people transition to civilian life each year after serving in the Australian Defence Forces (ADF), and while statistical data is available about them, little is known about their subjective lived experience.

CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Dr Helen Rusak

Dr Helen Rusak will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 21 April

CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series - Robyn Bernadt & Pip Lewi

Robyn Bernadt & Pip Lewi will present at the next CREATEC Weekly Seminar Series.
Event: Wednesday, 14 April

Emilie Lowe’s ‘The Canary’ set to take off in WA

21-year old Emilie Lowe, is preparing to shoot The Canary while completing the final year of a scriptwriting degree at Edith Cowan University.

Most people fail on their New Year resolutions, finds study

The findings of new research by Edith Cowan University has found that despite having the best intentions, within the first month, most people give up on their New Year resolutions.

Latest university news

ECU to take the pressure off with Early Offer Program

ECU has announced it will open applications early to current Year 12 students for study in 2022.

Find your future at ECU’s Open Day

ECU has shifted its popular Open Day event to earlier in the year to give prospective students even more time to explore their options.

Green leafy vegetables essential for muscle strength

Eating just one cup of leafy green vegetables every day could boost muscle function, according to new Edith Cowan University (ECU) research.

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