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Figures Pointing Outside the Frame

SAVAC is pleased to present MONITOR 12 Figures Pointing Outside the Frame, a video program co-curated by Oliver Husain, Otty Widasari and Yuki Aditya.

Khoon Diy Baraav

SAVAC is pleased to co-present a screening of Iffat Fatima’s film Khoon Diy Baraav (Blood Leaves its Trail) with the Kashmir Solidarity Network and Upping the Anti. The film provides an account of state...

Palestine Festival of Literature

Co-presented by Another Story Bookshop to celebrate 10th anniversary of Toronto Palestine Film Festival and Palestine Festival of Literature SAVAC’s Executive Director, Indu Vashist sits down to chat with Hala Alyan, poet and author of Salt Houses and Leila Abdelrazaq, graphic novelist...

Nuclear Hallucinations

Presented as a part of Creative Time Summit 30 September 2017 at 11:00am Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), Weston Family Learning Center, Rm 19 Screening: Nuclear Hallucinations Saturday, September 30, 11:00 AM – AGO, Weston...

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...

Prisoners of Conscience

Co-presented with Early Monthly Segments Guest programmed by Shai Heredia (Experimenta India) and introduced by our Executive Director Indu Vashist SAVAC is pleased to co-present two films from mid-1970’s India guest programmed by Shai Heredia...

Ask the Sexpert

Co-presented with Hot Docs Directed by Vaishali Sinha & Produced by Mridu Chandra In India, a country of 1.2 billion, no one is supposed to talk about sex. Highly taboo, sex remains unfit for public discussion...

Dadyaa

Directed by Pooja Gurung and Bibhusan Basnet, the compelling short film Dadyaa captures the ongoing dilemma faced by an elderly couple.

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.

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