The Rang Collective offers and collaborates with others in offering cultural activities such as film screenings, art exhibitions, musical concerts, storytelling, and poetry recitals. If you or your group are interested in collaborating with us on an event or a project, please email us at!


Here are some of the Rang Collective's events and projects:

Tomb of Sand Book Talk

Poster for Tomb of Sand Book Talk

A Conversation with Daisy Rockwell: Translator of the 2022 Booker Prize-winning Hindi novel Tomb of Sand (Ret ki samadhi) by Geetanjali Shree, at Maison ChaïShaï.


Sherbrooke Mini-Festival

Poster for Sherbrooke Short Film Mini-Festival

Rang debuted its Screening South Asia film series with a short film mini-festival at Restaurant Shalimar, Sherbrooke. Four of our favourite South Asian short films were shown, and the audience participated in an open discussion with written and artistic responses!


India: The Modi Question

Poster for Modi documentary screening

Screening of the acclaimed documentary film by the BBC at the Teesri Duniya Theatre space. In partnership with Teesri, CERAS, and Montreal Serai.


Khamosh Pani - BxB

Poster for Khamosh Pani film screening at Brick by Brick

Our Parc-Extension screening of Sabiha Sumar's film about the effects of the Partition of British India upon Punjab. On the premises of and in collaboration with Brick by Brick.


Anand Patwardhan Talk

Poster for Anand Patwardhan talk

To mark Gandhi Jayanti (the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi), Rang Collective and Raah lab (Concordia) hosted an event for the community in Montreal by inviting Anand Patwardhan, India's leading documentary filmmaker. The talk was titled "The Relevance of Gandhi and Ambedkar in the Fight against Fascism."


Khamosh Pani - Saguenay

Poster for Khamosh Pani film screening in Saguenay

Our Saguenay screening of Sabiha Sumar's film about the effects of the Partition of British India upon Punjab. In partnership with Regard sur le monde, and with funding from ELAN.


New Directions in Sikh Art

Four academics including Professor Pasha M. Khan discussing the Sikh Art Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts

A panel on the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts' new Kapany Sikh Art Collection, with Rang Collective founding member Prof. Pasha M. Khan, Sajdeep Soomal, Prof. Balbir K. Singh, and Dr. Megha Sehdev.


Psycho 6 Talkback

A talkback panel following Teesri Duniya Theatre's production Psycho 6 starring Oliver Koomsatira, with Rang Collective founding members Dipti Gupta and Pasha M. Khan