You are invited to our exhibition showcasing creative works from visual arts staff in the School of Arts & Humanities at ECU from 4 August to 16 October 2020.
Through engagement in the field, exchange and conversation, the artists’ unravel multiple layers, hidden narratives, and spatial dimensions emphasising the complex nature of wetlands and their significance in the local and global context. Exhibition by: Monika Lukowska, Annette Nykiel, Sarah Robinson, Jane Whelan
This exhibition by Cim Sears is an exploration into the absence of Western Desert Aboriginal narratives via her own recently discovered ancestral connections which were historically erased by the State.
We are pleased to invite you to our opening event on Friday 6 March of WOMXN: Hard and Soft Exhibition, curated by Olivia Colja, which runs from 7 - 29 March 2020.
Gale Thackeray, Laura Mitchell and Harrison See are the recipients of the 2020 Spectrum Project Space Artist Residency.
This exhibition represents Nikki Lundy's work as a recipient of the 2019 Painting AIR award, at SAH, ECU for exhibition Measure.
Delirium represents Alex Spremberg's work as a recipient of the 2019 Painting AIR award at SAH, ECU.
Children of China, is a duo exhibition by contemporary artists, Tami Xiang and Ai Song.
The Brightness of Your Rising is an experimental photography project, connected to Prior’s longstanding conceptual interest in masculinity, sexuality and the male body.
These two solo exhibitions represent works by current School of Arts and Humanities PhD candidates Gale Thackeray and Laura Mitchell.
Fragmented Memories is a collaborative exhibition by School of Arts and Humanities alumni Ruth Halbert and Jane Ziemons.
Patches of Hope and Resistance is a group exhibition curated by Gabby Loo and Steven Finch presented at Edith Cowan University’s Spectrum Project Space.
WAAPA Bachelor of Music (Composition and Music Technology) graduate, Steve Paraksos teams up with Fiona Harman in collaboration for the exhibition Sinking, Floating at Spectrum Project Space.
Any Reading Order brings together several comics makers whose work transcends the popular conception of the medium as printed works, particularly superhero comics.
Bedside is a new exhibition by Australian contemporary artist, Lucille Martin. Martin is an artist working in photo-media, textile and performative practice exploring new frontiers of self-representation to navigate the intersections of art, science and technology.
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