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Expressions of Interest: Running Dog Poetry Micro-Residency

16 May, 2019

Deadline: Friday 31st May (11:59pm) As part of Running Dog’s commitment to broadening the scope of contemporary arts writing, we’re delighted to launch our first poetry micro-residency in June 2019. This micro-residency is open to all poets, emerging or established, currently living in Australia. Previous experience working within the arts writing field is not required.  How…

Announcing Hannah Jenkins as Assistant Editor

23 April, 2019

We’re thrilled to welcome Hannah Jenkins as Running Dog’s inaugural six month Assistant Editor! Hannah is an emerging arts writer, poet and artist. They are a recent graduate of the Master of Curating and Cultural Leadership at UNSW Art & Design and work in communication at UTS. Hannah has written for Running Dog, U Magazine, Art Almanac, Framework and Junkee, and their…

Running Dog presents Writing with/about Desire at Verge

16 April, 2019

Wednesday May 8 6 – 8 p.m. Jane Foss Russell Plaza,  (near Wentworth Building) City Road, Darlington. University of Sydney NSW 2006 Admission is free ‘Writing with/about desire’ will bring together Enoch Mailangi, Loc Nguyen and Athena Thebus in conversation with Running Dog contributor Em Size to discuss desire, text and creative practice. Language and desire are…

Expressions of Interest: Running Dog Assistant Editor

27 February, 2019

Deadline: Wednesday 20th March (11.59pm) Running Dog is currently seeking expressions of interest for a six-month Assistant Editor, who will work closely with the publication’s founding editor Naomi Riddle. The position will provide an opportunity for an emerging editor and writer to assist with the weekly production of articles for the platform. Applicants are strongly…

Running Dog presents Survival of the Critic at Verge

8 February, 2019

March 14 6 – 8 p.m. Jane Foss Russell Plaza,  (near Wentworth Building) City Road, Darlington. University of Sydney NSW 2006 Admission is free As a young publication, Running Dog is often told that arts criticism is a dying form, and that its audience no longer exists. In launching the first event of a four-part…