Sikh Archives of Canada Experiential Multimedia Workshop
Dec. 9 2021, 2:00 p.m - 3:00 p.m
How to Attend
Register in advance for this meeting here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Join us in part 2 of the Sikh National Archives of Canada’s (SNAC) event seeking to reconcile the underrepresentation of diverse voices in the Sikh archives. SNAC is inviting folks to reinsert themselves into Sikh-Canadian history through the process of archival work. We are inviting you to interact directly with archival material through a therapeutic and artistic lens. We are inviting you to make art which will be added, in turn, to the archives. This reclaiming will add your stories to the archives in real time, creating a living history that re-inserts the most underrepresented into archival storytelling.
ArtworxTO Pop Up Hub | Bayview Village - PAST EXHIBITION
This exhibition was located at 2901 Bayview Ave, North York, ON M2K 1E6
Curator: Raji Kaur Aujla
chashm-e-bulbul is an exhibition that probes the erasure of Sikh grandmothers’ visibility from historical records and explores methodologies to tell their stories through oral traditions, Punjabi textile, folk embroidery, Phulkari over the passage of time. Image Credit: Rachel Topham.