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Ali Asgar

Exile Series = Rising Sadness Performance and Artist Talk by Ali Asgar Presented by OCAD University’s Art and Social Change, The President’s Office and Onsite Gallery Co-sponsored by SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre) and...

Ghost Landing

How do severed architectures become sites of memory? How do Indigenous peoples and diasporic settlers come to occupy constructed landscapes as specters? This program explores human intimacies with transitory landscapes—built urban neighbourhoods and homes...

Lands and Seas of Bones

As a part of the Toronto Queer Film Festival, SAVAC is happy to co-present a program of experimental shorts titled Lands and Seas of Bones. Featuring films from Turtle Island, the program remember the...

The Feeling of Being Watched

SAVAC is pleased to co-present The Feeling of Being Watched (Q&A with director Assia Boundaoui to follow) at the Toronto Palestine Film Festival (TPFF) on Sunday 23 September 2018 at, 4:15 PM. Filmmaker Assia Boundaoui is haunted by a childhood memory...

Demons in Paradise

Demons in Paradise Jude Ratnam, 2017, France/Sri Lanka, 94 Minutes SAVAC and Workman Arts’s festival, Rendezvous with Madness are happy to co-present a screening of Demons in Paradise by Jude Ratnam in Toronto, ON. Ten years...

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...

The Mountains, Les Invisibles

As a part of Doors Open Toronto, SAVAC is a screening The Mountains, les Invisibles by multimedia artist Amshu Chukki. Chukki’s work will be screened alongside a selection of works curated by our colleagues...


SAVAC’s annual summertime picnic, Realpicnik, is coming up soon. We’re inviting everyone to join the SAVAC crew and community on Sunday, July 29, 2018 from 2-5pm at Christie Pits to enjoy the sun, take...

Breathing Room

SAVAC is excited to launch Natural Interruptions, a new series of artistic interventions in The Commons @ 401 Richmond. We will be inviting artists to make material interventions that respond to the nature of our...

You Can’t Not Cuz You’re Gonna Anyways

In partnership with the Feminist Art Gallery (FAG), SAVAC invited a group of artists to make artistic interventions against misogyny for a project titled, You Can’t Not Cuz You’re Gonna Anyway: Constant Response to Misogyny,...

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