School of Arts

New exhibition to highlight Rottnest’s tragic past

November 7th, 2017

A scene from Dr Glen Stasiuk

A new exhibition relating to the distressing penal history of Rottnest Island will feature the work of Murdoch University Indigenous historian and filmmaker Dr Glen Stasiuk.

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Dream gig for students on Battlestar Galactica launch

September 26th, 2017

Murdoch University School of Arts students scored a rare gig helping to develop the latest Battlestar Galactica game for Xbox and Playstation, thanks to lecturer Brad Power’s industry connections.

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Is ‘sharenting’ on social media the new normal?

September 13th, 2017

New research has examined why an increased number of mum bloggers are using social media channels to share content based on their children, also known as ‘sharenting’.

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Industry experience creating work ready students

August 3rd, 2017

A Murdoch graduate has told students that industry experience and a positive, proactive approach is key to securing employment directly after graduation.

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From influential novel to award-winning stage production

July 28th, 2017

Murdoch University will host a free public lecture and panel discussion to celebrate the upcoming stage production of the literary classic, 1984.

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Murdoch Singapore explores the cyberfuture of the dark web

July 21st, 2017

Experts in the fields of cyber wellness and cybersecurity will converge on Google’s Asia Pacific headquarters to strengthen digital health and mitigate internet risks for toddlers to adults.

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Radio Murdoch set to go live

April 7th, 2017

Murdoch University radio students are about to hit the airwaves and broadcast to thousands of listeners across Perth.

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Free talk on Japanese pop culture and its fans

March 31st, 2017

In a free public lecture at Murdoch on Monday, 3 April, Dr Leonie Stickland, Lecturer in Japanese from Murdoch University’s School of Arts, will unravel the mystique around the unprecedented popularity of the many facets Japanese pop culture.

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Murdoch arts professor in live discussion of ‘challenging’ theatre piece

February 17th, 2017

Prof Helena Grehan to co-host PIAF artist talk

Professor Helena Grehan from Murdoch University’s School of Arts will co-host an artists’ talk about one of the more complex and innovative works at the Perth International Arts Festival.

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Everyday moments celebrated in new poetry collection

February 15th, 2017

David Moody

A new poetry collection written by a Murdoch University academic reveals the treasures to be found in everyday lives, in both quiet moments alone and in encounters with other people. Ordinary Euphoria is the first collection of poetry by Dr David Moody from Murdoch’s School of Arts. Dr Moody is best known as a playwright, […]

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