Tasveer is proud to present: How to Embarrass Your Immigrant Parents by Abby Govindan! A stand-up show and solo act in one, biting and irreverent storytelling.
We invite you to join us for an evening of storytelling as our participants gather to present their stories to the community in an inclusive, safe, nurturing space. Come and witness the nurturing and empowering
April 29th, 2022 4pm- 6pm PST Free Click here to register. Tasveer Youth Collective (TYC) offers a FREE virtual creative writing workshop, with an interactive lesson plan to coach South Asian youth (age 10 - 18 years old)
Support Tasveer's incredible impact during GiveBIG 2022! The campaign will run April 19 - May 4, with a special 48 hour giving marathon on May 3 - 4. Tasveer aims to raise $5,000 to support our long-awaited return to live events.
We got the opportunity to bring in a debut, New York Times Bestselling Indian author of A Burning, Megha Majumdar, to our Tasveer Author Meets series.
Seven South Asian Film Festivals in USA and Canada unite for the largest ever South Asian Film FestivalRita Meher2022-04-17T06:34:34-07:00
The Coalition of South Asian Film Festivals (CoSAFF) is a first of its kind event that brings together seven well-established South Asian institutions from across North America.
To celebrate Pride, Tasveer organized a panel discussion focusing on all the things that are usually overlooked in discussions about Pride in the South Asian context. In this event, we touched upon topics of race, how to be better allies, starting and continuing inclusive community dialogue, and more.
At Tasveer, we wanted to take this moment to start a conversation within our community on how South Asians can be better allies and show solidarity to our Black community members.
We condemn the ongoing racist and white supremacist acts across our country and in our own region. We are not silent friends. We stand in solidarity with Black communities in fighting against racism and systemic injustice.
Brought to you by your favorite TSAL team, this program is all about meeting a new South Asian author and engaging in a dialogue with them about their writings and experiences interspersed with a few readings, audience Q&A and more.