Arts & Culture
Two academics in the CSU School of Communication and Creative Industries have been awarded NSW Government Create NSW Fellowships.
A CSU research proposal aims to enhance the quality of life of people living with dementia in the Mid North Coast region by examining their experiences in creative and arts-based programs.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) offers an alternative to students who want to study acting and the theatre in practice-based environments in Wagga Wagga and Bathurst.
A book by a CSU academic has been included in a newly published list of the 150 most important non-fiction books by Māori authors.
Working with industry partners, CSU has redeveloped its suite of communication and creative industry courses to rigorously prepare professionals for the 21st century.
Two early career researchers at CSU have been awarded places in the prestigious 2018 Kathleen Fitzpatrick Laureate Fellowship Mentoring Scheme.
In September CSU in Wagga Wagga will stage the inaugural Australian Actor Training Conference (AusAct), the first national conference about how acting is taught.
A leading CSU Islamic art expert advocated for the unifying influence of art when he delivered a presentation at the annual Iftar Dinner* at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra on Friday 18 May.
A CSU researcher believes the story of Indian ‘hawkers’, who plied their trade across south-eastern Australia in the late 1800s, is reflected in the current dilemmas facing migrants in regional Australia.
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