Visual Arts: Espresso Self 2018

9 September 2018

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31 Aug – 15 Sep @ Spectrum Project Space ·
Presented by School of Arts and Humanities, ECU ·

Espresso Self showcases the nexus between creative practice and research, with work by ECU staff being presented to the wider ECU community and general public. Originally conceived as a platform to encourage ECU academics to exhibit their ‘other’ selves, Espresso Self has evolved into a dynamic expression of what it means to engage with creativity in and beyond the research environment.

This year exhibited in three sections:

School of Arts and Humanities, Visual Arts research;
School of Arts and Humanities, research in process/progress; and
ECU, alternate paradigms of the research journey.

Exhibiting artists:

Lyndall Adams, Clive Barstow, Graeme Burge, Claire Bushby, Trevor Cullen, Alistair Edwards, Stuart Elliott, Roxanne Fozard, Louise Gan, Paul Godfrey, George Karpathakis, Nicola Kay and Stephen Terry, Geoff Lummis, Justine McKnight, Marziya Mohammedali, Julia Morris, Amanda Myer, Denise Pepper, Glen Phillips, Marcella Polain, Greg Pryor, Diane Slade, Susan Starcken, Hollie Turner, Paul Uhlmann, Tania Visosevic, Vanessa Wallace, Gillian Willmer.

Event details:

Espresso Self exhibition is open to the public from Tuesday, 31 August to Friday, 14 September at Spectrum Project Space, Mount Lawley Campus, Edith Cowan University with a sundowner event on closing night to coincide with the ECU Mount Lawley Research Week opening.
Sundowner event:  Thursday, 13 September 6 – 8 pm

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Image courtesy of Paul Uhlmann.

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