News, Press, & Events
Photo credit: Jessie Cohen and Ramsey Mathews Date & Time: Sunday, June 25, 2017, 1 – 3PM Place: New York Foundation for the Arts | 20 Jay Street #740 | Dumbo, Brooklyn | (closest trains: F to York Street, A/C to High Street) RSVP encouraged: to RSVP, please send a quick email to email@example.com Join[…]
Image courtesy of Sweta Vikram Date & Time: Saturday, June 3, 2017, 12PM – 2PM Place: Asian American Writers’ Workshop, 112 West 27th Street (between 6th & 7th Avenues), New York, NY 100010 Workshop Fee: $10 Limited spaces available, advance sign-up required. To sign up, send a brief email stating your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org Many[…]
Image courtesy of Sa’dia Rehman When your head is spinning from the alternative facts that a bumbling, fascist government is throwing your way, come out and set the record, your mind, and your body straight with some good old-fashioned truth-telling and dancing. This year, to celebrate 20 years of arts and resistance, SAWCC is hosting[…]
The South Asian Women’s Creative Collective (SAWCC) is pleased to present Archival Resistance, an afternoon of discussion, strategy-sharing and artistic activation in conjunction with our 20th anniversary visual arts exhibition, Archival Alchemy. At a moment when South Asian communities, women, and immigrant neighborhoods like the Lower East Side are being targeted by an evidence-averse administration,[…]
With Saisha Grayson at Abrons Arts Center, April 27th, 6:30-8PM Join Saisha Grayson, SAWCC’s 2017 visual arts exhibition curator, for a walkthrough of Archival Alchemy at Abrons Arts Center on April 27, 6:30-8PM. This tour will provide visitors with details about the exhibition, the artworks on view, and insight into Grayson’s curatorial process. Saisha Grayson[…]
In conjunction with our upcoming exhibition, Archival Alchemy, SAWCC invites our community to participate in I Never Ask For It, a site-specific installation by Blank Noise. “Most women, girls, persons across the world can recall the clothes they wore when they experienced any form of sexual violence. Initiated in Bangalore, India, I Never Ask For It holds a mirror[…]
The South Asian Women’s Creative Collective (SAWCC) has served South Asian women since 1997 and has earned a reputation for showcasing cutting-edge work that deals intelligently with issues of gender and cultural representation.
dedicated to the advancement, visibility, and development of emerging and established South Asian women artists and creative professionals by providing a physical and virtual space to profile their creative and intellectual work across disciplines.
Outreach & Activism