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Announcing RD’s 2020 April/May Poetry Micro-Resident!

7 April, 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that our April/May poetry micro-resident for 2020 is Zhi Yi Cham!  Zhi is a Malaysian poet/artist based on unceded Ngunnawal and Ngambri country. In 2019 she was selected as part of the You Are Here – Artist Development Program in which her food/poem/film work, ‘The Moon Is Beautiful, Isn’t It?’, was…

Announcing Diego Ramirez as Running Dog’s Editor-At-Large

2 April, 2020

We’re thrilled to welcome Diego Ramirez to the Running Dog team as our Editor-At-Large!  Diego Ramirez is an artist, writer and arts worker. Originally from the city of Guadalajara, Mexico, he currently resides in Narrm/Melbourne, Australia. Ramirez completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at RMIT University and an Honours Degree of Fine Arts at Monash…

Expressions of Interest: April/May Running Dog Poetry Micro-Residency

17 March, 2020

Deadline: Tuesday 31st March (11:59pm) Applications are now open for our April/May Poetry Micro-Resident! RD’s two-month micro-residencies are open to all poets, emerging or established. Previous experience working within the arts writing field is not required.  Our February/March 2020 Poetry Micro-Resident is Bridget Gilmartin, and you can find all the work of our past poetry…

EOI: Claudia La Rocco Writing Workshop x RD

17 February, 2020

Deadline: Monday 2nd March (11:59pm)    Running Dog is thrilled to be partnering with the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award to support two writers (established or emerging) attending Claudia La Rocco’s writing workshop—‘Creative Differences’—on Friday March 13th (2-6pm). The two successful writers will each publish a written feature in response to the Keir Award program on…

Announcing RD’s 2020 Feb/March Poetry Micro-Resident!

11 February, 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that our Feb/March poetry micro-resident for 2020 is Bridget Gilmartin!    Bridget is a poet and sound-maker from Naarm (Melbourne). Their work explores identity, emotion, the self, and the shifting nature of all of these things. Alongside Kiara Lindsay, he co-edits Inhabit Journal and runs a reading series titled Evening Swim….

Running Dog presents: Automate Me

6 February, 2020

Thursday March 5 6 – 8 p.m. Jane Foss Russell Plaza,  (near Wentworth Building)  City Road, Darlington. University of Sydney NSW 2006 Admission is free Running Dog presents a night of screenings, text and performance for ‘Automate Me’—the first in a series of events in partnership with Verge Gallery in 2020. Bringing together the work…

Expressions of Interest: Running Dog CALD editor-at-large

6 February, 2020

Deadline: Wednesday 4th March (11.59pm) Running Dog is currently seeking expressions of interest for a nine-month CALD editor-at-large who will work closely with the publication’s founding editor Naomi Riddle, and assistant editor Hannah Jenkins. This is a position for an experienced editor, and they will be responsible for commissioning one article per month. The successful…

Expressions of Interest: February/March Running Dog Poetry Micro-Residency

15 January, 2020

Deadline: Wednesday 29th January (11:59pm) We’re delighted to launch our 2020 poetry micro-residency series! Our two-month micro-residencies are open to all poets, emerging or established. Previous experience working within the arts writing field is not required.  You find more info about our 2019 poetry residents here, and read the work of Mitchel Cumming, Shastra Deo,…

Callout: Automate Me

7 January, 2020

Deadline: Tuesday 21st January (11:59pm) Running Dog is seeking proposals for Automate Me—our first issue in an ongoing series investigating four major concerns reshaping our world. This issue will be published in tandem with our public programming series at Verge Gallery beginning in early March. You can find more about Running Dog x Verge 2020…

Running Dog presents: Might Delete Later

25 October, 2019

Wednesday November 13  6 – 8 p.m. Jane Foss Russell Plaza,  (near Wentworth Building)  City Road, Darlington. University of Sydney NSW 2006 Admission is free ‘MIGHT DELETE LATER’, organised by Running Dog contributor Mariam Arcilla, will bring together Sophie Penkethman-Young, Emma O’Neill and Danielle Karlikoff to discuss art world habits, online personas and algorithms in an…