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  • MIT Ohms, the first-ever South Asian a cappella group, blends Bollywood hits with Western pop to create its own modern music.

  • Reena Esmail, an Indian American music composer and a Fulbright-Nehru scholar, reflects on her career and cross-cultural experiences.

  • American artist Gary Hill talks about his innovative use of technology in art.

  • An annual festival by the Indian Fine Arts Academy of San Diego showcases a variety of Indian performing arts.

  • The Cleveland Thyagaraja Festival is the largest Indian classical music festival outside India. 

  • The Freer|Sackler galleries in Washington, D.C., house impressive collections of India’s ancient relics and modern-day masterpieces.

  • New York City-based Battery Dance Company builds bridges internationally through performing arts.

  • The San Diego Museum of Art boasts of a collection of over 1,400 Indian artworks created for the Mughal, Deccani, Rajasthani and Pahari courts from the 12th to the 19th centuries.

  • After a successful career as an international experimental filmmaker and artist, Shambhavi Kaul has joined Duke University’s Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies as an assistant professor.

  • An interview with Richard Peña, professor of Film Studies at Columbia University, on American cinema and its connections with the Indian film industry.

  • banglanatak dot com and the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation help preserve vital folk music forms of West Bengal and support communities in the process.

  • Dakshina uses dance to highlight social issues and mirror the multiple identities of second-generation South Asians in the United States. 

  • Fulbright fellow Karni Singh Jasol brings international learning to his work with museums in India.

  • Indian American author and poet Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni writes powerful stories about South Asian immigrants and works hard to make their lives better.