Reason for Passion
COLUMNS
Reason for Passion
Destroying colonial statues. New column by David Garneau.
we all begin in water
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
we all begin in water
Tracing rivers and Indigenous epistemologies.
By Hannah Claus
The Send Off
FICTION
The Send Off
By M.G. Vassanji

Rungh Means Colour

Rungh is a magazine, artist space, archive, and more. Rungh features work by Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour artists. Canadian, multidisciplinary, unique, opinionated. Since 1992.
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Rungh Magazine

Vol. 8 No. 4

Artist Run Centre explained. Poetry, fiction, reviews and more.
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Initiatives
#MovingVancouverFwdBy Conner Singh VanderBeek
City of Vancouver diversity funding in practice.
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Fiction
The Send OffBy M.G. Vassanji
Short Story by M. G. Vassanji.
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Reviews & Reflections
Building KinshipsBy S F Ho
Fear and Care for the Fate of the World reviewed.
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Reviews & Reflections
we all begin in waterBy Hannah Claus
Tracing rivers and Indigenous epistemologies.
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Artist Run Centre
Miniature WorldsBy Nimra and Manahil Bandukwala
Interpreting folklore through found materials.
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Poetry
COVID CareBy Salimah Valiani
Poetry by Salimah Valiani.
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Artist Run Centre
Burning SkinBy Phil Roberts
Roger Sinha's personal vocabulary of movement.
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Exhibition
Dūje Pāse toñ (From the Other Side): Arts Across the Border, From the Two PunjabsMay 27 - Sep 4, 2021
This exhibition brings together the work of 22 international artists who all participated in a series of artist residencies on the Indian and Pakistani side of the once-united cultural/linguistic region of Punjab.
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From the Archive
Rungh Magazine: Vol. 5, No. 1
Why is no one talking about Kashmir, Rahat Kurd asks in reviewing Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. Ali Kazimi does double duty with his article about Roy’s book launch in Toronto and his Fair Play Artist Run Centre.
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Samachar / Rungh News
New Issue of Rungh Magazine, featuring Navarana Igloliorte, Roger Sinha, and Nimra and Manahil Bandukwala
In this NEW issue, Rungh’s Artist Run Centre features Navarana Igloliorte (Caribou and Northern Lights), Roger Sinha (Burning Skin), and Nimra and Manahil Bandukwala (Miniature Worlds).
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