Arts & Culture

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Festival shares stories of animation creation

Monday 11 May 2015

CSU will host the 12th Australian International Animation Festival in Wagga Wagga from Friday 15 to Sunday 17 May.

CSU artist celebrates sea journeys in exhibition in Melbourne

Thursday 7 May 2015

A truly global exhibition by Charles Sturt University academic and artist Associate Professor Margaret Woodward will map and celebrate the mobile life of seafarers.

Poetry in flight

Wednesday 29 Apr 2015

A CSU academic has written a poem to mark the unveiling of a significant piece of public art in Wagga Wagga.

Anzacs from Bathurst Experiment Farm

Tuesday 28 Apr 2015

A PhD researcher has explored the contribution of students and staff from a predecessor institution of CSU who served in World War One.

Back on the Riverina Playhouse stage

Monday 27 Apr 2015

CSU will join with the regional arts community this week to celebrate the re-opening of the Riverina Playhouse in Wagga Wagga.

CSU students capture Anzac Day march

Monday 20 Apr 2015

On the 100th anniversary of the Anzac landings at Gallipoli, CSU television production students will capture the commemorative march and service in Wagga Wagga.

CSU student heads to Gallipoli to connect with family history

Sunday 19 Apr 2015

CSU student Jonathon Watson will be one of only 6 000 Australians to attend commemorations at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli on 25 April 2015.

Recalling Indigenous military service in Canberra lecture

Friday 20 Mar 2015

The personal journey of an Indigenous man as a senior Australian Army chaplain will be the focus of an annual public lecture held in Canberra in memory of Wiradjuri Elder Pastor Cec Grant OAM, or Wungamaa.

CSU photography student among the best

Thursday 5 Mar 2015

A CSU student has been named as the only Australian finalist in an international photography competition.

‘Coup-culture’ undermines Australian democracy

Monday 16 Feb 2015

Focusing on the leader, rather than the government, is undermining our democratic standards and fostering a deeper cynicism about politics, according to CSU political scientist, Dr Troy Whitford.

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