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December 15, 2020

Rungh - Volume 8, Number 1 is NOW available

Three-Thirty. Artists: Aaron Jones, Ebti Nabag, Kelly Fyffe-Marshall. Locations in Scarborough: Doris McCarthy Gallery; Lester B. Pearson Collegiate Institute, north façade; Malvern Public Library, south façade. Curator: Anique Jordan. October 3 to December 18, 2020.

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Rungh Volume 8, Number 1 is now available. Don't miss Ashley Marshall's review of Three-Thirty Exhibition at the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival 2020 or Annahid Dashtgard's reflection on how IBPOC writers are treated.

Lots more to read and share. Continue reading to see what else is featured in Rungh - Volume 8, Number 1.

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Join us in the new year for the launch of a redesigned Rungh site, with a bold look and navigation that encourages you to linger and delve deeper into our growing content. Rungh will also be adding some “destination reading” with the gradual introduction of Columnist(s) and our growing list of initiatives and archives.

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New Cartographies: Power to the Young PeopleBy Ashley Marshall
Three-Thirty Exhibition at Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival 2020.
A Return of a New MedeaBy Rebecca Peng
Myths of heroism and desire in Laiwan’s Tender.

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More in this issue

Edgewater Casino - An Abandoned Plaza of Nations
An Abandoned Plaza of NationsBy Luya Tshimbalanga
Photo essay and text by Luya Tshimbalanga
Oratory to the PageBy Phinder Dulai
Jillian Christmas' the gospel of breaking reviewed.
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