Their Stories: Interview

February 19, 2013 Their Stories Interview with Members of the South Asian Women’s Creative Collective (reposted from A Blade of Grass) by Erin Sickler This interview was conducted on the occasion of the exhibition Her Stories (August 11–October 7, 2012) at the Queens Museum of Art.  The exhibition commemorated fifteen years of the New York-based[…]

Be/Longing

Friday, March 1 – Saturday, April 13, 2013

SAWCC debuts in Washington, D.C., featuring ten South Asian women artists’ works that engage with the body, directly or metaphorically, whole or dismembered, to address the duality of female experience within the framework of a post-colonial, globalized world.

Video and Photos: Freedom. Safety. NOW. Creative Action Against Gender-Based Violence

SAWCC’s action at the Indian Consulate on Republic Day, Saturday, January 26th, was a success. SAWCC women showed up in the freezing cold to protest against gender-based violence in response to the recent rape and murder of Jyoti Singh Pandey. The creative efforts of SAWCC women to express outrage against sexual violence and pay tribute[…]