Sarah Rice is an art-theory lecturer, visual artist and writer. She holds a PhD in Philosophy and a Graduate Diploma in Visual Arts. She currently lectures in Art Theory at the School of Art, ANU. She works collaboratively with visual artists, runs art/poetry workshops, and gives poetry readings in the ACT and nationally. She was shortlisted in the 2013 Montreal Poetry Prize, awarded an Honourable Mention in the 2013 Tom Howard Poetry Contest, co-won the 2011 Gwen Harwood Poetry Prize, and the 2012 Poetry in Action Award, was highly commended in the 2011 Michael Thwaites Poetry Award, commended in the 2011 CJ Dennis Literary Awards, and shortlisted in the inaugural Jean Cecily Drake-Brockman award.
Her limited-edition art-book of poetry Those Who Travel (prints by Patsy Payne, Ampersand Duck, 2010) is held in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Australia, and her poetry published in the Global Poetry Anthology 2013, Best Australian Poems 2012, Award Winning Australian Writing 2012, Long Glances: A Snapshot of new Australian Poetry from the Inaugural Jean Cecily Drake-Brockman Poetry Prize 2013, Poetry D’Amour anthology 2013, New Writing: fourW twenty-two anthology 2011, Australian Poetry Members’ Anthology, Blackmail Press, Island, Southerly, amongst others.