More information on Food, Retail & Services
Standard hours for food trucks in:
Creative Quarter: 11am - 3pm
Tech Park: 11am - 3pm
Building 500: 8am - 11:30am
Find out more about Curtin’s food, retail and other services around campus.
The Design & Art Precinct sits at the southern end of Sir Charles Court Promenade on Curtin’s Perth Campus. Comprised of Buildings 202, 203 and 212, it houses learning spaces and bespoke facilities including studios, workshops and computer labs for disciplines including Animation and Games, Creative Advertising and Graphic Design, Digital Design, Fashion, Fine Art and Visual Culture.
This ‘Relife’ of the previously outdated facilities ensures the strategic priorities of the Design and Art disciplines can be met over the next ten years and provides a fit-for-purpose learning environment that embraces collaboration, creativity and innovation.
The distributed learning spaces improve student experience by facilitating more innovative and in depth practical demonstrations in a range of technical processes.
The Project Research Space provides a versatile space to curate and display Creative Practice and non-traditional research outputs. The space includes large display space, brown out blinds, assessment space for Masters and Doctoral creative works and mobile walls for flexibility of use. The space also welcomes ad hoc guest lectures and classes.