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Ruby Arngna’naaq, writer, filmmaker and tireless advocate for her community in Baker Lake, Nunavut, passed away suddenly 11 October, 2013. Ruby’s creative work centered on writing and video production in direct relationship with her social awareness and political activism.
When I first met Arlan, he was more of an anarchist and more confrontational, although always friendly and with his measured way of seeing, thinking and acting. It was 1996 and Colombia was in the midst of devastation, bloodshed everywhere,…
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This summer, the Contemporary Art Gallery hosted a party at Vancouver’s Burrard Marina Field House in honour of FUSE 36-3/Survivors and Survivalists.
Check out our summer newsletter for updates on our current issue, dates and times of upcoming programming, and other important announcements.
This spring, we revisited a classic FUSE ad, “Why we write for FUSE.”
Check out our spring newsletter here for updates on our current issue, dates and times of upcoming programming, and a flashy new CFP for our fall issue!
1 – 15 March 2013 — FUSE is proud to be partnering with Israeli Apartheid Week Toronto for the launch of our Spring 2013 issue, Palestine–Palestine. At events throughout the week, take advantage of exclusive deals on single copies and subscriptions – up to 30% off newsstand prices!
Next event: Tuesday 5 March, 6:45PM,
Roadmap to Apartheid film screening at
Andrew Herscher - The Unreal Estate Guide to Detroit Book launch Presented by Mostly What is Unsaid (FUSE + Art Metropole + Scapegoat) Thursday 21 March 7 – 9PM Art Metropole 1490 Dundas St. W., Toronto