This issue of Rungh includes an evolving redesign which more fully acknowledges that Rungh is more than a magazine.
In addition to publishing a magazine on a quarterly basis, Rungh is also an arts space with programming, events, research/creation, arts advocacy, and an increasingly activated archive.
Rungh features work by Indigenous, Black and People of Colour artists and contributors. Our locus is Canada.
The feature conversation in this issue, Centering Indigenous Art Practices, is a part of Rungh's journey to advocate for long overdue changes.
Reviews from Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal are a part of Rungh's growing national reach, featuring photo based art work from the Vancouver Art Gallery's, Moving Still: Performative Photography in India exhibit.
An excerpt from Hasan Ghedi Santur's novel, The Youth of God, rounds out this issue.
Engage and enjoy.