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Noni Kaur

SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre) and the Centre for South Asian Critical Humanities (CSACH) are pleased to welcome Noni Kaur as the winter 2024 artist-in-residence at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM). Over...

Writer in Residence: Aaditya Aggarwal 

Aaditya Aggarwal is a writer, editor and film programmer based in Toronto and New Delhi. He has formerly worked at Mercer Union, Images Festival, Regent Park Film Festival, Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival...

Leena Manimekalai

Leena Manimekalai is a published poet and award-winning filmmaker from the Southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu whose works promote human rights, particularly those of marginalized people, such as the Dalit, Refugee, LGBTI+ community....

ADA-DADA Residency

ADA-DADA ZINE  — zine designed by CAM Collective — Documenting ADA-DADA projects and ideas developed throughout the residency by curator Maria Alejandrina Coates, artists and guests.  ADA-DADA Website This residency begins by addressing today’s data-driven, device-oriented and networked economy.  The...

Farrah Miranda

SAVAC is pleased to announce that we are hosting Farrah Miranda for a 6-month residency.During this time we will be supporting her in the research and development of a new large-scale public artwork –...

Weather to Store

FADO Performance Art Centre and SAVAC co-present Weather to Store by Kristina Guison Precarity renders the acquisition, care and disposal of an object into an emotionally loaded, calculative problem. The lifecycle of an object...

Aqui Thami

In 2012, the Darling Foundry established its first India Residency Program to benefit artists and the community in order to confront ideas and art practices not easily accessible and allowing artists to be inspired...

Digital Mapping and the Politics of Place

Chicago-based artist Hiba Ali has been invited by SAVAC and Modern Fuel (Kingston) to take part in a month-long research residency in the summer of 2017.

Pallavi Agarwala

We are pleased to announce that Pallavi Agarwala will be coming to Toronto for an International Artist Residency, presented in collaboration with TAIS, the Toronto Animated Image Society.

The Lie of the Land

In May 2016, Golboo Amani undertook a residency with SAVAC under the title The Lie of the Land.

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