You are invited to the opening of the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts' 2013 End of Year Exhibition this Friday 22 November at Cullity Gallery from 6.30pm.
Curated by Patrick Beale, the exhibition features an impressive array of work by talented undergraduate and postgraduate students currently studying Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Integrated Design, Urban Design and Visual Arts.
To help Year 12 students get a head start on their holidays, we are running a TISC information session on 9 December. This session focusses on how students can structure TISC preferences to give themselves the best chance of achieving their study and career goals. We'll also provide information on our courses and admission requirements.
It's been an extremely busy year for our Prospective Students Office (PSO), and there have been a few changes to the team in recent months. With some familiar and not-so-familar names in the mix (so to speak), we thought this would be a great opportunity for you to meet our new-look team...
Do you know any students in Year 11 who are aspiring designers, or simply keen to develop their creative skills? There is still time to enrol in the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts' (ALVA) annual Design Studio for School Students.
If your students were under the impression that work experience only involved stamping brochures, endless filing and simply observing...they should think again! How about interviewing top UWA researchers one-on-one, compiling articles for a University newsletter and seeing your work published? For five aspiring science journalists from Shenton College and St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls, that's exactly how they spent their week.
Secondary students who are keen to develop their keyboard, string, wind, brass or composition skills under the expert guidance of University staff are encouraged to enrol for the UWA School of Music's Summer School.
The Summer School will be held in the first week of December, and is aimed at students in Years 10 to 12, although younger students may be considered based on their individual skills.