Shifting Cultures
INITIATIVE
Shifting Cultures
City of Vancouver diversity funding in practice.
By Conner Singh VanderBeek
The Send Off
FICTION
The Send Off
By M.G. Vassanji
Visiting Indigenous
COLUMNS
Visiting Indigenous
Understanding Indigenous identity. New column by David Garneau.

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. 3

In this Speculation issue, Rungh explores goddesses, speculative histories, Indigenous spaces and more.
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Initiatives
True Both to History, and to SolidarityBy Hugh Johnston, Ali Kazimi and Anne Murphy
Scholars challenge the Vancouver Mural Festival story of the Taike-sye’yə Mural.
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Columns
Visiting IndigenousBy David Garneau
Understanding Indigenous identity. New column by David Garneau.
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A digital, creative space for artistic expression.
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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
Vancouver City Council Remembers and Forgets in Komagata Maru Apology
Vancouver City Council issued an apology on May 18, 2021 for the historical discrimination against the 376 passengers aboard the Komagata Maru steamship in 1914. It declared Sunday, May 23, 2021 as the "first Komagata Maru Remembrance Day to be marked in our city".
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