The SAVAC-MAWA Residency Program is intended to increase dialogue between SAVAC’s membership and the Winnipeg arts scene, to create networking opportunities for women-identified artists, and to provide an opportunity for artists to move their artistic practices forward in a self-structured environment.
What is the role of the artist collective and what is the relationship between art and activism from both a global and local perspective? Join the AGM for a free panel, including leading Canadian artist duo Condé + Beveridge, Associate Professor Kajri Jain (Indian Visual Culture and Contemporary Art, University of Toronto) and Executive Director of SAVAC, Indu Vashist.
SAVAC’s Special General Meeting is a great opportunity for members to meet staff and community, to delve into the work of a SAVAC artist member, and to participate in the processes that shape SAVAC as an organization. This Special General Meeting features an artist talk with Nariman Ansari, followed by some proposed bylaw changes.
Been thinking about “getting your work online” for a while, but aren’t quite sure about the best way to do it? Last year, SAVAC partnered with Bento Miso, a collaborative, inclusive workspace, to present a hands-on workshop that demonstrated how to use different publishing tools to feature your artwork online, and engage new audiences in the process.