Dirty Wings
FICTION
Dirty Wings
Short story by Chelsea Vowel.
Spatial Lexicon
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
Spatial Lexicon
HUE exhibition reviewed by Ashley Marshall.
Taking Back Space
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
Taking Back Space
Commodified Trauma and Supernatural Gentrification reviewed by S F Ho.
Distance Repaired
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
Distance Repaired
Himmat reviewed by Rusaba Alam.
Public Art and Creating Community
REVIEWS & REFLECTIONS
Public Art and Creating Community
David Garneau’s Tawatinâ Bridge reviewed by David McGonigal-Videla.

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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Vol. 9 No. 3

How do we make meaning from languages and histories that we do not understand? There is no one approach.
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Fiction
Dirty WingsBy Chelsea Vowel
Short story by Chelsea Vowel.
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Reviews & Reflections
Taking Back SpaceBy S F Ho
Commodified Trauma and Supernatural Gentrification reveiwed.
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Vol. 9, No. 3
Beyond ExtinctionBy Hanif Karim
Ali Kazimi documents Sinixt resurgence.
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News/Samachar
Rungh Magazine Volume 9, No 3August 5, 2022
How do we make meaning from languages and histories that we do not understand? There is no one approach. In this issue of Rungh, this theme serendipitously emerges in four separate pieces.
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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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