U.S. State Department’s and Film Independent’s Global Media Makers exchange program connects Indian film professionals with U.S. experts.
Fulbright-Nehru fellow Alan Johnson talks about his connection to India, his fascination with the country’s literature and the importance of exchanges like the Fulbright program.
Payton MacDonald, Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Awardee, connects Indian classical music with Western musical traditions.
Through Fulbright Fellowships, Jeff Roy explores the artistic expression and identity politics of Mumbai’s LGBTQ communities.
Lakshmi Ramaswamy shares her experience as a Fulbright Arts Fellow and how that has influenced her practice and management of the art of bharatanatyam.
American artist Augustina Droze created socially meaningful artworks and murals in India, during her Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship.
Jenna Ruiz’s short film “SINGH” tells the story of Gurinder Singh Khalsa, who inspired U.S. authorities to change their policies about turbans and other headgear in airport security checks.
Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral Research Fellow Anugyan Nag explores the connections between movie dances in Bollywood and Hollywood.
The Natural History Museum’s “Becoming Los Angeles” exhibition presents the city’s journey from a small pueblo to a booming metropolis.
Indian American educator Mathangi Subramanian has recently released a book inspired by her Fulbright-Nehru scholarship work on anganwadis in India.
RISD graduate Mudita Pasari has created Biodiversity 360, an illustrated guide to Guwahati’s biodiversity and the challenges posed by urbanization.