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.
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.
The Ontario Arts Council’s Exhibition Assistance Program assists individual visual artists, craft artists and media artists with costs directly related to preparation for a confirmed, upcoming exhibition. These costs may include materials, framing and presentation, crating and transportation.
It is with delight that SAVAC introduces Anna Malla as its new Outreach Coordinator. Anna will be working on the “Mapping Genealogies, Building Futures” project funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, which will document the history of SAVAC and Desh Pradesh, as well as engage with emerging South Asian artists and students.