Rungh Joins International Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon


February 26, 2019Metro Vancouver   Join Rungh at a "pop up" event at the Surrey Art Gallery on Saturday, March 16, 2019, from 12 noon to 4pm.

Rungh is committed to documenting art stories. Help us to balance the gender imbalance by writing article entries on Wikipedia about female artists, feminist art movements, histories of cis and trans women, and non-binary persons.

This event, in partnership with the Surrey Art Gallery, and funded by the Cultural Grants Program of the City of Surrey, will provide an opportunity to create and update Wikipedia pages as related to artist who appeared in the print version of Rungh from 1992 to 1999. Participants will also be invited to create entries of artist of their own choice within the theme of Art + Feminism.

Dates and Locations
Saturday, March 16, 2019 | 12-4pm
Surrey Art Gallery, 13750 – 88th Avenue, Surrey, BC  V3W 3L1


Rungh is one of Canada's leading arts and cultural sites. Since 1992, Rungh has been a leader in focussing upon culture produced by racialized and intersectional communities. Rungh has recently joined the Pacific Association of Artist Run Centres (PAARC) and continues to grow as a magazine, web platform, artist centre, events producer, archive and arts advocate.

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Jamelie Hassan, 2009. Cedar Wood.
Jamelie Hassan, 2009. Cedar Wood.
Soheila K. Esfahani, 2018. Acrylic on wooden pallet.
Soheila K. Esfahani, 2018. Acrylic on wooden pallet.


Name: Zool Suleman, Editor

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