29 Nov – 6 Dec @ Edith Cowan University
Presented by School of Arts & Humanities ·
ECU’s annual graduate exhibition, ArtsHum 2018, will open on Thursday, 29 November at the Mount Lawley campus, showcasing the best of graduating student work from
The School of Arts and Humanities.
ArtsHum 2018 will feature a series of simultaneous displays from across the creative disciplines, celebrating the talent and vision of students who are on the cusp of entering their respective industries.
The exhibition not only allows for students to liaise with professionals in their industry, but also to celebrate the culmination of years of hard work with family, friends, arts and humanities professionals, and wider community.
Highlights include a live fashion show in The Edith Spiegeltent, visual art and photography in Spectrum Project Space, live and interactive broadcasts from the new Broadcasting Facilities, and the Alumni Walk of Fame, featuring SAH’s successful graduates from years past.
Via the various galleries, display spaces and walkways centred around the art studios at the heart of ECU’s Mount Lawley campus, attendees to the free event will experience an array of visual art, fashion, design, photography, film, animation, games, writing, advertising, broadcasting, and journalism.
Henry Boston, former Executive Director of the Chamber of Arts and Culture, WA, will officially open the exhibition alongside Professor Clive Barstow, Dean of Arts and Humanities, ECU. “These amazing graduates will make a major contribution to improving the qualityof life for everyone. As we move into a more automated
and data driven future,creative graduates will offer a life balance that will redefine what it means to be human”, says Professor Barstow.
The ArtsHum 2018 opening is a licenced event, with refreshments provided, commencing at 6pm.
After opening night, the ArtsHum exhibition will be open to the public from Friday, 30 November to Thursday, 6 December between 9 am and 4 pm, excluding the weekend.
Fashion’s Graduate Show, TACK, will open on Friday, 14 December and is a ticketed event at $20 via Sticky Tickets.