Sarah Rice is an Art Theory lecturer, visual artist and writer. She has a PhD in philosophy and a Graduate Diploma in Visual Art (ceramics). Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. She teaches Practice-led Research in conjunction with the Craft and Design Workshop at the ANU School of Art, and her art-book of poetry Those Who Travel (prints Patsy Payne, Ampersand Duck, 2010) is held in the NGA and other national institutions. Her latest work (both sculptural and framed works on paper) was exhibited as part of the group show 'Material Poetics' at ANCA gallery. She also recently participated (with a series of drawings) in the Wordsmith group exhibition at M16 as both a visual artist and a poet. She regularly runs art and poetry workshops at institutions such as BAC and Craft ACT and CMAG. She also writes exhibition catalogue essays for Art Institutions in the ACT, her latest was for the current Mike Parr exhibition at NGA. Sarah collaborates with institutions and individuals in a cross-disciplinary way - her most recent collaborations have been with a ceramicist, a glass artist, print-maker and photographer.