Rungh Re/launch Party

Rungh Re/launch Party

Centre A | 268 Keefer Street, 2nd Floor – Sun Wah Centre Vancouver, British Columbia
$0 – $10

Rungh Relaunch Party - 2018

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Rungh is launching its current issue (January 2018) at Centre A. Come join us for readings, music, performances, archive magazine store, and more.

Launched in Vancouver and Toronto in 1992, Rungh was a “South Asian Quarterly of Culture, Comment and Criticism”. After publishing as a print journal and acting as a cultural producer on the regional and national arts scene, Rungh ceased to publish in 1999. An archive site contained Rungh’s partial archive from 2005-2017.

Rungh has now relauched as a web project. Rungh’s new tag line is “Rungh.Means.Colour”. Join us to celebrate this 25 year history!

Many thanks to Centre A for hosting and partnering with Rungh for this event.

ARTIST LINE UP

Jen Sungsine and David Ng (HOSTS) from Love Intersections (Rungh is happy to Partner with Love Intersections for this event)

Ali Kazimi, filmmaker, writer (Toronto) – Screening Random Acts of Legacy in Vancouver. Author of Undesirables: White Canada and the Komagata Maru – An Illustrated History. Bio –Here.

Nurjehan Aziz, publisher at Mawezni House (Toronto)

Rahat Kurd, poet, writer – author of “Cosmophilia” (Talon Books)

Prem Gill, CEO, Creative BC, former Rungh Editorial group member https://www.creativebc.com/about-us/staff#prem-gill

Cecily Nicholson, poet, writer – author of Wayside Sang (Talon Books)

Shazia Hafiz Ramji, poet, edtior – author of Prosopopoeia (Anstruther Press)

Sadhu Binning, poet, writer – author of No More Watno Dur and Fauji Banta Singh (Mawenzi House)

Phinder Dulai, poet, editor – author of Basmati Brown and Ragas from the Periphery and dream/arteries

Junie Desil, poet

LIVE MUSIC BYMoondle Band TWITTER: @Moondleband

Music Curation: David Laulinen, Jerry Gill, Zakir Suleman and more.

Organized by Rungh Cultural Society and Centre A

Date

Feb 10 2018

Time

07:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Cost

$0 - $10

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Location

Centre A - Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
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