Since 1992, Rungh Readings, a program inline with our local, regional, and national commitment to creating 'new' intersected communities and stories, has provided a platform to feature new and established voices.
Rungh Volume 7, Number 2 features video recordings of the Rungh Readings that took place in 2019, two of which reactivated some of Rungh's archive issues.
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Poetry, Song, Reflection & Archive Reactivation
Summer Block Party
Rungh Readings with Hogan's Alley Society
Summer Block Party was a 2019 partnership event with Hogan’s Alley Society and Rungh. The event featured an "archive reactivation" of Rungh’s Antiracism issue (Volume 4, Number 1&2) (Guest Edited by Ashok Mathur and Sourayan Mookerjea).
Watch artists Darcy McFadden, Patrick Pouponneau, and Naomi Grace reactivate some of the featured work on the themes of antiracism from the archive issue, alongside sharing some of their own work.
Video recordings from Rungh Readings at the Vancouver Art Book Fair in October 2019 are now available.
Head over to Rungh for poetry, readings, and archive reactivations by Sadhu Binning, Phinder Dulai, Jessica John, Isabella Wang, Patrick Pouponneau, Sunera Thobani, Shazia Hafiz Ramji, Carolyn Nakagawa.
Indigenous and South Asian women poets in conversation
Rungh, in partnership with Full Circle: First Nations Performance, hosted an afternoon of poetry and discussion with artists Jessica Johns, Sana Janjua, Fauzia Rafique, and Wanda John-Kehewin.
Watch and listen to these artists' readings and stories and don't miss the post-reading conversation exploring the artists' process, intergenerational transmission of knowledge, connection to land, struggle, and identity.
Reviews & Reflections
Holding the Hands of Her Ancestors
An insight into artist Audie Murray as she 'disrupts time with her creations'.
Visiting and Revisiting Loves
Shani Mootoos' Polar Vortex reviewed.
Read an excerpt from Polar Vortex by Shani Mootoo.
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