Arts & Culture

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ABC restructuring cuts – benefits still hypothetical

Tuesday 14 Mar 2017

A CSU academic says it's clear television and radio will lose out further to digital online platforms in the latest round of restructuring at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Another CSU student a world photography finalist

Wednesday 1 Mar 2017

For the third successive year, a CSU photography student has been named a finalist in the annual 2017 Sony World Photography Awards.

CSU graduate bridges the cultural divide in regional Australia

Monday 9 Jan 2017

A former refugee, hailed as a man of courage and a wise leader, has received his postgraduate degree from CSU after postponing his own education for his family.

Leading playwright to pen play for CSU students

Thursday 22 Dec 2016

A leading Australian playwright and screen writer will pen a play for CSU students to produce and perform in 2017.

Experimental art project explores two Derwent Rivers

Monday 12 Dec 2016

A CSU academic and a colleague have explored two Derwent Rivers on opposite sides of the world in an experiment in hydrographic publishing now on display in Tasmania.

Why The Simpsons has lost its way

Thursday 3 Nov 2016

As the creator of The Simpsons, Matt Groening, prepares to speak at the Sydney Opera House this weekend, Mr Travis Holland, lecturer in communication and digital media at Charles Sturt University (CSU), asks, has the show peaked creatively?

Blue poles: still polarising debate

Monday 10 Oct 2016

Charles Sturt University (CSU) experts in art history have weighed in on a proposal to sell off the Jackson Pollock painting, Blue poles.

Overcoming challenges to gain a degree

Monday 26 Sep 2016

CSU student Ms Shelley Thompson, who is legally blind, is showing that having a disability doesn't mean higher education is out of reach.

Respect for Elders through art

Wednesday 14 Sep 2016

An award-winning film by a CSU student will take centre stage at a new art exhibition about contemporary Wiradjuri and Ngiyampaa cultures.

One person, one vote – a flawed and outdated idea?

Monday 11 Jul 2016

Recent elections have prompted a CSU academic to ask, 'has the democratic idea of 'one person, one vote' passed its use-by date?'

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