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REVIEW: WAAPA’s Romeo and Juliet will leave you wishing you paid more attention in Year 9 English.

REVIEW: WAAPA’s Romeo and Juliet will leave you wishing you paid more attention in Year 9 English.

March 18, 2019

The story of our star-crossed lovers may end in bitter tragedy, but the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts’ interpretation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet will have you laughing before...

Hercules Morse: Hardcore’s not-so-hard guys

Hercules Morse: Hardcore’s not-so-hard guys

March 18, 2019

Imagine you’re in a band, preparing for your first gig in months - pretty daunting, right? Now imagine you’re playing this gig without one of your band members - sounds like chaos, yeah? Performing...

What’s on: Music

What’s on: Music

March 18, 2019

Live music and food is a great way to spend a day or night out with friends or loved ones. Here are some top picks of concerts and events you can visit this week. Kodaline Irish indie-rock band ...

REVIEW: Pond’s Tasmania

REVIEW: Pond’s Tasmania

March 11, 2019

The eighth studio album from Fremantle psychedelic rock outfit, Pond, is their most spacey, atmospheric and cohesive yet. With glittery synths and punchy drums that support their most gloomy and introspective...

Outdoor movies still screening

Outdoor movies still screening

March 11, 2019

Summer is almost over and usually it means outdoor movies season is over too. However, we found a bunch of places still showing a great list of outdoor movies. Here is a list in case you missed out over...

REVIEW: Captain Marvel is exactly what you were expecting.

REVIEW: Captain Marvel is exactly what you were expecting.

March 11, 2019

It might feature the first female lead to carry a Marvel film, some nostalgic '90s throwbacks, and a ginger cat that plays a surprisingly large role in the development of the plot, but Disney’s Captain...

Sculpture by the Sea returns

Sculpture by the Sea returns

March 8, 2019

The scenic ocean view at one of Perth’s most popular beaches is not the only reason for the crowds of people with their cameras ready, as Sculpture by the Sea returns for its 15th year. Hosted at...

ArtsHUM: Design is so much more than the final product.

ArtsHUM: Design is so much more than the final product.

November 29, 2018

So says the sign on the door of Building Five in ArtsHUM mode – where all forms of visual arts are on display and being enjoyed. Weird and wonderful creations that capture the attention of all. Bowls...

ArtsHUM: This is what I can do.

ArtsHUM: This is what I can do.

November 29, 2018

Only a high score gets you in - but at the end of it, only the best ideas get produced, so says Dr George Karpathakis, a film lecturer in school of Arts and Humanities, speaking about students in the Independent...

ArtsHUM: Showcasing tomorrow’s artistic talent

ArtsHUM: Showcasing tomorrow’s artistic talent

November 29, 2018

Building Three is abuzz with activity as students and staff mingle with VIP industry guests in a room that smells like fresh popcorn while the red and white flows freely, whetting the whistles of all as...

ArtsHUM – Live coverage

ArtsHUM – Live coverage

November 29, 2018

ArtsHUM is ECU's School of Arts and Humanities' graduate show. It gives students a chance to showcase their work to employers and the general public and it gives newcomers great insight into what the university...

Sustainability is the new black

Sustainability is the new black

August 25, 2018

If you told her as a child that she would become the first certified organic visual artist in the world - Zuhal Kuvan-Mills wouldn’t have believed you. Now an accomplished designer, artist and Alpaca...

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