Selling Bob Marley
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
Selling Bob Marley
One Love Experience reviewed.
Ethnography will die
ARTIST RUN CENTRE
Ethnography will die
Rocio Graham explores ritual, ceremony and relationality.
Reactivation by Design
INITIATIVES
Reactivation by Design
Graphic designer Simone Wharton shares the thoughtful conversations and considerations that informed shifting from print to digital design for Redux.
To Inspire Revolution
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
To Inspire Revolution
Make the World New reviewed by Phinder Dulai.

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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. 9 No. 4

Rungh Redux, an award winning, archive web platform is the focus of this issue of Rungh.
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Artist Run Centre
Ethnography will dieBy Rocio Graham
Rocio Graham explores ritual, ceremony and relationality.
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Reviews & Reflections
Reactivation by DesignBy Simone Wharton
Graphic designer Simone Wharton shares the thoughtful conversations and considerations that informed shifting from print to digital design for Redux.
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Reviews & Reflections
Weaving a webBy Frank Hangler
Designing Rungh Redux for discovery.
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Reviews & Reflections
Precarious Collective MemoryBy Rahat Kurd
Reflections on Rungh Magazine's 1992 launch.
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Documentation
1992 Rungh Magazine launch video documentation
Archives can yield many surprises. This film of the Rungh Magazine Launch at Toronto’s Euclid Theatre in the Fall of 1992 was a precious gift to Rungh by filmmaker Ali Kazimi.
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Documentation
BCMA Acceptance SpeechBy Simone Wharton
Rungh was delighted to accept the 2022 BCMA Award of Merit for Innovative Practice presented to Rungh for the unique work of Redux.
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Documentation
Beyond Extinction: Sinixt Resurgence
Rungh partnered with the 2022 DOXA Documentary Film Festival to present Ali Kazimi's "Beyond Extinction: Sinixt Resurgence".
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Reviews & Reflections
Crafting activismBy Sonia Tao
The Centre Cannot Hold: Laborious Memories reviewed.
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Rungh Redux Logo
Your self-directed journey through the print magazine archives.
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Keerat Kaur: Panjabi Garden Exhibition at Surrey Art Gallery
Keerat Kaur: Panjabi Garden Exhibition at Surrey Art Gallery
mapping elsewhere
mapping elsewhere
Alternator Call for Submissions
Alternator Call for Submissions
Rungh Redux Winner 2022 Award of Merit Innovative Practice
Rungh Redux Winner 2022 Award of Merit Innovative Practice
Setting Fire to Water
Setting Fire to Water
rararar anthology
rararar anthology
Britannia Art Gallery
Britannia Art Gallery

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News
National Film Board Fails Equity AuditNovember 11, 2022
A recent report released by Racial Equity Screen Office (RESO) gave a failing "F" grade to Canada's National Film Board.
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From the Archive
Rungh Magazine: Vol. 6, No. 2
At Rungh, we like to ask questions. Often, the answers surprise us.
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Initiatives
Longing & Belonging: 1990s South Asian Film and Video
The 1990s were a time of significant cultural production within Canada’s South Asian arts communities. Longing and Belonging is loosely structured around themes of diaspora, desire, and identity.
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