CALLOUT FOR PROPOSALS: Issue #33 Power


Content proposals **Due Feb 6  DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEB 12**     Power can speak of revolution and change, oppression and manipulation. Power is relative. The powerful and the powerless are categories that shift with perception and experience. In a landscape of funding cuts, skewed representation, political upheaval and social inequality Issue #33 of Runway asks

Love art? Got skillz? Runway Board Member Call Out for 2017


Send us a CV and paragraph on why you are keen to work with Runway by 19 January 2017!   WHAT: Runway Australian Experimental Art is an online journal produced by The Invisible Inc., an artist run initiative that aims to promote the activities of Australian artists, writers and curators both nationally and abroad. Runway is positioned as an

RUNWAY <3 LIVEWORKS // writers workshop callout


Interested in performance and writing? Performance Space and Runway are offering seven participants the chance to participate in a free full day writers program in association with the Liveworks 2016 program, Saturday 5 November 2016. Experimental, interdisciplinary and emergent practices offer unique challenges to writers and critics. Treading ever-shifting ground between forms, this intransigence can make for thorny

FAIRFIELD FOOD SAFARI // presented by Runway and PYT


Saturday 24 September 2016 Join Powerhouse Youth Theatre Artistic Director Karen Therese and local artist Bashar Hanna on a very unique tour of Fairfield’s food and cultural scene. Meet at Fairfield station at 11:40 (train leaves Central at 10:57) Tour continues to 3pm (train departs Fairfield to Central at 3:20) $20 general / $15 Runway

RUNWAY REGIONAL TRAVEL BURSARIES


Be our 2016 TINA or ARTLANDS reporters! **Proposals due Friday 16 September** Runway is looking for NSW based arts professionals to attend This is Not Art, Newcastle (30 Sept-2 Oct) and the Artlands 2016 conference in Dubbo (27-30 Oct). We want you to be our eyes and ears on the ground and so we are offering offering

Tribunal: a review


Siân McIntyre Laura McLean

  ‘Truth is what you see, truth is what you hear, truth is what you speak’ Yuan Senior Law man Uncle Max Dulumunmun Harrison Tribunal, a critical participatory performance project instigated by 2015 Griffin Studio Artist Karen Therese, opened on Saturday to a full house at the SBW Stables Theatre, Sydney. Tribunal was produced by Powerhouse

Callout: Runway issue #32[RE/PRODUCTION]


**Proposals for content due 1 September 2016** Image: Pony Express, from ‘Ecosexual Bathhouse‘ 2016. Courtesy of the artist.   In this time of cuts and calls for resilience in the arts, Runway turns to address questions of labour ­– specifically reproductive labour, that which sustains the conditions of life that make possible the production of the new.

On the threatened closure of Sydney College of the Arts


Laura McLean

This week, on Monday 4th July, protestors met at the University of Sydney to condemn the proposed closure of Sydney College of the Arts (SCA). Established in the 1970s as the first tertiary art school in New South Wales, and run as a faculty of the University of Sydney since 1990, SCA is one of

In Response: A carving out of space that is designed to end


Madeleine Stack

As Part 2 of our ongoing blog series on the ecologies of Australian Artist Run Initiatives, we’re hoping to stimulate further conversation, reflection and debate. We’ve asked all the contributors from Part 1 to create a response to the contributions of their peers. This week we conclude the series with Madeleine Stack’s assertion on the importance of risk,

In Response: Community, Criticality and Play


Lucy Hawthorne

As Part 2 of our ongoing blog series on the ecologies of Australian Artist Run Initiatives, we’re hoping to stimulate further conversation, reflection and debate. We’ve asked all the contributors from Part 1 to create a response to the contributions of their peers. In this week’s instalment, Hobart-based Lucy Hawthorne offers a suggestion to break with the


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