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Volume 6, Number 3

In This Issue

Naveen Kishore Performing the Goddess–The Chapal Bhaduri Story, 1999 inkjet print Courtesy of the Artist

Naveen Kishore
Performing the Goddess–The Chapal Bhaduri Story, 1999
inkjet print
Courtesy of the Artist

Banner Images for this issue are from the VAG show. Various Image Credits contained in the review in this issue

This issue of Rungh includes an evolving redesign which more fully acknowledges that Rungh is more than a magazine.

In addition to publishing a magazine on a quarterly basis, Rungh is also an arts space with programming, events, research/creation, arts advocacy, and an increasingly activated archive.

Rungh features work by Indigenous, Black and People of Colour artists and contributors. Our locus is Canada.

Features

Centering Indigenous Art Practices

Chris Creighton-Kelly and France Trépanier in conversation with Zool Suleman. | Read more.

Photos Perform India at the VAG

Hussein Keshani reviews Moving Still: Performative Photography in India at the Vancouver Art Gallery. | Read more.

Youth of God

Fiction by Hassan Ghedi Santur. | Read more.
 

More in this Issue

Reviews

Kathak and Tap Dance Converse

Veena Gokhale reviews Rhythm Rewritten at the Festival Acces Asie, Montréal | Read more.

Undone Expectations

Soleimanpour's Nassim reviewed by Rusaba Alam | Read more.

Material Questioning: Durrah Alsaif's Jawahir:Jewels

Simanpreet Anand reviews Jawahir: Jewels at Deerlake Gallery, Burnaby, BC. | Read more.

Photos Perform India at the VAG

Hussein Keshani reviews Moving Still: Performative Photography in India at the Vancouver Art Gallery. | Read more.

Making Queer Pakistani Women Visible in Patthar Ki Zabaan

Sanchari Sur reviews Patthar Ki Zabaan at The Rhubarb Festival in Toronto. | Read more.
Transcripts

Centering Indigenous Art Practices

Chris Creighton-Kelly and France Trépanier in conversation with Zool Suleman. | Read more.
Fiction

Youth of God

Fiction by Hassan Ghedi Santur. | Read more.