The U.S. State Department’s OneBeat initiative brings together musicians from around the world to create original work and develop strategies for arts-based social engagement.
Fulbright-Nehru Fellow Lalitha Sindhuri works to understand how cross-cultural training in dance can impact the body and life of kuchipudi dancers.
From West Bengal to Washington, D.C., young artists and professionals learn from each other through a groundbreaking, heritage-themed exchange program.
Vinita Sud Belani’s theater company, EnActe Arts, works to increase representation of South Asians in theater.
Through tours sponsored by the U.S. State Department, Ari Roland leads artistes to build international understanding through music.
Lagnajita Mukhopadhyay, Nashville’s first Youth Poet Laureate, talks about her journey, the future of poetry and the power of narration.
As an Indian American, Sameer Patel chose a fairly uncommon career by becoming a musical conductor.
After revolutionizing our interactions with music through their mobile phone apps, the duo of Parag Chordia and Prerna Gupta now aims to make reading as addictive as texting, with HOOKED.
Award-winning writer Vijay Seshadri discusses the writing process, and the mysteries inherent in crafting world-renowned poetry.
"Black Panther," the first Hollywood blockbuster centered on a black superhero is defying long-held stereotypes about Africans and women.
Author Tonya Bolden shares her views on what young people like to read and the importance of instilling a love for books from a young age.
Kelly Cox’s documentary, “Big Dream,” presents the stories of seven young women overcoming personal challenges to follow their passion in STEM fields.