Rungh Magazine, Volume 8, No 4

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Performance of Karine Wasiana Echaquan in front of the artwork water song (Kinosipi) by Hannah Claus during the opening of the exhibition Of Tobacco and Sweetgrass. Where Our Dreams Are, Musée d’art de Joliette, February 2, 2019. Photo: Romain Guilbault

NEW Rungh Magazine, Volume 8, No 4

Rungh is Canada’s leading online platform which focuses on creative work by Indigenous, Black and People of Colour (IBPOC) identified artists. Since 1992, Rungh Magazine has featured multidisciplinary, unique and opinionated views and reviews. Subscription is FREE. People ask us, how can I support IBPOC artists in Canada? Our answer, join our mailing list.

In this NEW issue, Rungh’s Artist Run Centre features Navarana Igloliorte (Caribou and Northern Lights), Roger Sinha (Burning Skin), and Nimra and Manahil Bandukwala (Miniature Worlds).

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Caribou by Navarana Igloliorte

The Artist Run Centre in Rungh is Rungh’s long standing reference to Canada’s artist run centre movement. The Artist Run Centre was the stapled centre fold page of the printed Rungh magazine from 1991-1998. Today it continues to be a space for IBPOC artists to showcase and reflect on their creative practices.

Fear and care for the fate of the world at the Gallery Gachet is reviewed by S F Ho. New fiction by M G Vassanji looks at a family saying goodbye to its matriarch. Poet Salimah Valiani reflects on Covid journeys. Conner Singh Vanderbeek asks hard questions about Vancouver’s cultural policy shift and Hanna Claus reminds us that we all begin in water.

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Fear and Care for the Fate of the World. Image: Bruce Ray

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