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SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre) and Tangled Art + Disability will be screening Maria-Saroja Ponnambalam’s film Pandi in Scarborough, ON, followed by a discussion about mental health in South Indian communities
Past Exhibit
My Head Lay on A Trusty Word marks a new installation by Montreal-born filmmaker Roberto Santaguida. The narrative sculpts a tale of his own personal journey: at fourteen years old, Santaguida ran away from home and dreamt he found redemption on the Atlantic coast.
Past exhibit
The Maze Project &
A Distant Memory 2
The Maze Project is an inventive large scale work encompassing the gallery with its intricate
repeating patterns and symbolic pair of shoes hovering above, encased thickly in concrete.
past exhibit
Deaf, what?
Deaf, what? is an exciting multimedia exhibit developed by Toronto-based artist Sage Willow in collaboration with photographer Alice Lo that highlights the experiences and contributions of activists, change makers and everyday people who identify within the Deaf spectrum – as having some degree of deafness.
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A screen shot from the film Pandi

PREVIOUS EVENT

Pandi Film Screening

June 21, 2018

SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Centre) and Tangled Art + Disability will be screening Maria-Saroja Ponnambalam’s film Pandi in Scarborough, ON, followed by a discussion about mental health in South Indian communities. . . .

» Read more about “Pandi”

Screen shot from My Head Lay on a Trusty Word

PAST EXHIBIT

My Head Lay on a Trusty Word

April 19 – May 19, 2018

My Head Lay on A Trusty Word marks a new installation by Montreal-born filmmaker Roberto Santaguida. The narrative sculpts a tale of his own personal journey . . .

» Read more about “My Head Lay on a Trusty Word”

PAST EXHIBIT

The Maze Project & A Distant Memory 2

March 1 – March 24, 2018

The Maze Project is an inventive large scale work encompassing the gallery with its intricate repeating patterns and symbolic pair of shoes hovering above . . .

» Read more about “The Maze Project”

PAST EXHIBIT

Deaf, what?

January 18 – February 17, 2018

Deaf, what? is an exciting multimedia exhibit developed by Toronto-based artist Sage Willow in collaboration with photographer Alice Lo that highlights the experiences and contributions of activists . . .

» Read more  about “Deaf, what?” 


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Arts organizations need a strong core of dedicated volunteers to provide communities with cutting edge events, performances, and exhibits. Tangled Art + Disability is no exception! If you have a passion for disability arts and culture and are looking for an opportunity to develop your skills apply to join our Tangled volunteer team!
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