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.
The Tin Heads - Ellen Norrish / elastic house - Holly Yoshida double opening event at Spectrum.
Worthless Refuse II is part of an ongoing series of oil paintings that draw upon motifs from Greco-Roman tales and mythologies by recent School of Arts and Humanities graduate, Ryck Rudd.
Hollow Flight is a new exhibition by current School of Arts and Humanities PhD candidate, Harrison See, who explores the fractured sense of self in an increasingly digital age.
A birthday card and a $25 cheque attempts to emphasise the nuances within cosmetic practises.
Looking back brings together work made by a selection of graduates from the ECU fashion major with a particular focus on creating a dialogue between the work they made as students and what they are producing now.
Ten ECU Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) students and Alumni will be holding an exhibition, conference and artist talks over the weekend of International Women’s Day 2019.
Two exhibitions by the recipients of the School of Arts and Humanities, Painting Residency 2018 will open at Spectrum Project Space with a double opening.
In Artifacts of the future, Master of Arts (Visual Arts) student, Caroline Kerr explores the possibilities that 3D printing presents for contemporary ceramic practice. By combining 3D technologies and traditional studio practices, her work attempts to blur the boundary between the man-made and the machine-made.
Borders is a durational performance installation by WAAPA Bachelor of Performing Arts (Performance Making) student, Noemie Huttner-Koros.
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