Editors of Trove, The University of Western Australia's online creative arts journal, are seeking submissions for the third issue to be launched in November.
The editors are anticipating short stories, poetry, stage and film scripts, visual art, music, multimedia art works and performance submissions from university students around Australia.
Trove is part of an ongoing teaching and learning project at UWA that provides a digital arena for students to publish their creative work and receive ongoing feedback during their time at university.
Earlier this year, Trove launched the Poet's Corner - an electronic sign that displays student poetry on the corner of Mounts Bay Road and Hackett Drive, Perth.
The Poet's Corner is the first of many upcoming cultural projects on the UWA campus that aims to convert ordinary physical spaces and provide creative backdrops for emerging university talent.
The student-led initiative is supported by the UWA Cultural Precinct and UWA Vice-Chancellor, Professor Alan Robson; UWA's Chair of Australian Literature, Winthrop Professor Philip Mead; and poet and Chair of the Literature Board of the Australia Council for the Arts, Winthrop Professor Dennis Haskell.
Submissions should be sent to Editor Rachael Hains-Wesson.
The deadline for submissions is 28 October 2011.