Rungh - Volume 7, Number 4 is NOW available
Don't miss our two new Artist Run Centre features which include a look into the work of ceramic artist Heidi McKenzie and her journey in crafting identity (her artwork is shown above and in the banners for this issue), and also Jamelie Hassan and Soheila Esfahani’s recent show at the Campbell River Art Gallery exploring the idea of translations.
Excerpts of poetry from poets Junie Desil (eat salt/ gaze at the ocean) and Natasha Ramoutar's (Bittersweet) newly published collections and a fiction excerpt from Francesca Ekwuyasi’s Butter Honey Pig Bread.
Lots more to read and share. Continue reading to see what else is featured in Rungh - Volume 7, Number 4.
Also, stay tuned for Volume 8, as we plan to launch 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.
We hope you enjoy Rungh's newest issue and don't forget to send us your thoughts and feedback and share with your family and friends.
Artist Run Centres
Reviews and Reflections
Did you know that Rungh commissions reviews across Canada by BIPOC reviewers? If you are interested in joining us as a reviewer, get in touch.
Arts Activism and Cultural Institutions.
Chris Creighton Kelly explores the various strategies which arts activists could utilize as they tried to change cultural institutions from inside and outside these same institutions.
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