Welcome to "Tiffin Talks – Zanani / Zamana / Zameen", the final episode of our #ISF2020 season!
In this in-depth discussion between writer Shauna Singh Baldwin, filmmaker Baljit Sangra, and visual artist Sandeep Johal, moderated by Suvi Bains, the artists reflect on the clash of tradition and modernity within the context of patriarchy and gender inequality and share how their work creates space for South Asian voices.
We couldn't be prouder of it and hope it’s as invigorating and stimulating for you as it was for us.
Listen and let us know what you think and what came up for you as you did.
Presented in partnership with Surrey Art Gallery
Indian Summer Festival is made possible thanks to the wonderful support of:
- Founding Partner: Simon Fraser University
- Major Partners: Langara College, University of British Columbia
- Emerging Artist Sponsor: RBC
- Festival Supporting Partners: TELUS, Hari Sharma Foundation
- Music Series Partner: Creative BC
- Event Presenting Partners: SFU Library, Odlum Brown Community, Nature's Path Organic Foods, Concord Pacific - Canada
- Event Supporting Partners: SFU David Lam Centre, Nature's Path Organic Foods, Fasken, The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent On Recordings (FACTOR), SoundON BC
-Government Funders: Government of Canada, Government of British Columbia, British Columbia Arts Council, City of Vancouver - Local Government, Vancouver Foundation
- Event Community Partners: SFU Publishing, Kahn Zack Ehrlich Lithwick LLP
- Premier Media: The Georgia Straight, CBC Vancouver, Spice Radio 1200AM
- Promotional Partners: Daily Hive Vancouver, Drishti Magazine, kipling media, Curiocity Vancouver
- Founding Cultural Partners: SFU Woodward's, Canada India Network Society
- Cultural Partners: Vancouver Biennale, Museum of Vancouver, 5x15stories, Granville Island, The Ismaili, Surrey Art Gallery