Spectrum Project Space encourages proposals from artists that engage with the multi-disciplinary philosophy of the space.
The Space is available to students and staff from the School of Arts and Humanities and the WA Academy of Performing Arts as well as artists from the broader community. For artists from the ECU community there are no fees however for external artists a small fee will be negotiated.
Proposals are accepted all year round however the Spectrum selection panel meets to assess proposals annually. To ensure you receive information about the callout for proposals please subscribe to the Spectrum mailing list.
Please note the Spectrum programme is booked approximately 18 months in advance.
If you are a current staff member or student and wish to develop your proposal ideas, please talk to your lecturer or contact the committee member with the most relevant experience and background to your work. If you would like an event proposal form please email Claire Bushby or download the Spectrum Project Space - proposal form .
The Spectrum Project Space floor plan and fly through were designed by Spatial Design student Lisa Hannford. For more information on the floor plan please download the Spectrum information packet.
Spectrum Project Space Artist Residency is an annual program which allows the recipient one-month’s access to Spectrum Project Space at ECU’s Mount Lawley Campus as a working studio, with the aim of exhibiting new works in the gallery at the end of the residency in a two week exhibition. This program is now in its sixth year. Year residency takes place over January and February each year. To apply for the residency please complete the Creative Proposals form and specify that you are applying for the residency period.
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