Running Dog at Verge :: Survival of the Critic: Arts Writing in 2019
Thursday 14 March 2019
6 – 8pm
Jane Foss Russell Plaza, City Road, Darlington.
University of Sydney NSW 2006
Admission is free
Verge Gallery is excited to be partnering with Running Dog in 2019, presenting four events across the year. These events will expand on Running Dog and Verge Gallery’s commitment to fostering critical dialogue around creative practice and engaging with audiences. Survival of the Critic: Arts Writing in 2019 is the first of these events and is curated by Running Dog’s founding editor Naomi Riddle.
As a young publication, Running Dog is often told that arts criticism is a dying form, and that its audience no longer exists. This event aims to find out if this claim is true.
‘Survival of the Critic’ will bring together Pedro de Almeida, Lauren Carroll Harris, and Neha Kale—three established writers and editors—to tackle the thorny issue of arts criticism in 2019.
Seating and Accessibility
Seating is on a first-come, first served basis. Entrance to Verge Gallery is via Jane Foss Russell Plaza. Lift access is available from both City Road and Maze Crescent onto the Plaza. If you have specific questions about access, please contact us prior to the event and we will make every effort to accommodate you.
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