Internationally acclaimed artist-jeweller, historian and author, Dr Dorothy Erickson, has been honoured with an induction to the Design Institute of Australia (DIA) Hall of Fame.
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Creative artist and Curtin graduate Joel Smoker is passionate about promoting Indigenous art and producing work inspired by his outback upbringing.
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Two Curtin PhD researchers have designed a modular laboratory made from reused and recycled materials to test the viability of sustainable housing.
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In Shanghai’s FILA Fusion designer studio, Head of Design and Curtin graduate Jeromy Lim is conceptualising new youth clothing that marries comfortable athleisurewear with vintage streetwear.
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Wedding dresses by their nature are pieces of sartorial splendour, but Madeleine Tucker’s designs are something to behold.
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In 2017, alumna Iris Smit invented a simple yet effective cosmetic product and started selling it online. A year later, Smit’s business is worth AUD$10 million, and she’s only just getting started.
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Twenty-eight Curtin University students recently travelled to China to participate in the international Design Day Marathon.
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From sewing her first cushion at age 12 to featuring in British Vogue magazine in 2018, fashion alumna Antoinette Raphael is bringing bold attitude to the industry with her streetwear label, RAW WAR.
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Tim Palman will be graduating from Curtin with his career in photography well underway.
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Global wool authority, The Woolmark Company, gives Curtin fashion students an insight into industry and the myriad benefits of working with natural, Australian-grown Merino.
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