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Support Tasveer - and its continuing efforts to curate thought-provoking events for Greater Seattle community with South Asian events like Aaina, tSAFF, SAID and many more. Donate to Tasveer today!

Next Goals for Tasveer are to

  • Have paid staff
  • Have an office space that can hold 5 working stations for our employees
  • Have a dedicated theater space for Tasveer screenings
  • that's all on our wish list!

    Be a Man!: The Construction of Masculinity in South Asia

    Meet Harjant Gill, who will be in attendance for his films Mardistan and Sent Away Boys. Gill is an assistant professor of anthropology at Towson University and an award-winning filmmaker. His work examines the intersections of masculinity, modernity, transnational migration, and popular culture in India. The discussion will be moderated by Seema Bahl, Professor of Sociology at Bellevue College. Prof. Bahl grew up in the Pacific Northwest, but made many trips to India as a child to visit family, and connects strongly to issues of the South Asian diaspora. She teaches and has specific interests in the areas of gender, race, disability, and transnational migration.


    SAID Festival: FREE

    SAID Festival is completely FREE this year, due to a generous grant from City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. Thanks to grants like this that keep us sustained and supported. Your donations are still welcome.

     

    Teen Documentary Workshop

    Teen Documentary Workshop at 3rdSAID, 2017.
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    Workshop Fee: FREE

    Tasveer and Blanket Fort Films invite you to learn the hows and whys of making documentaries and to see your work onscreen at SAID 2017. No equipment or experience required. The workshop is limited to 12 participants and is open to teens 13 and older. Students with a South Asian background and other students of color are encouraged to sign up.