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12/17 | Celebrate the Holidays—Garba Raas w/Mandala South Asian Performing Arts

Mandala Arts instructors and dancers lead visitors in Garba Raas, community dances from Gujarat, India. Originally associated with celebrating the Hindu festival of Navratri, modern-day Garba Raas dances are a fascinating mix of religious and cultural traditions and a festive way to celebrate the holiday season. 24 more words

#colour_collective Indian Red: 'Her Special Moment' #illustration #kidlitart

This week I am late for last Friday’s #colour_collective Twitter event with Indian Red that reminded me of Indian weddings, the Sindoor powder, Indian dance, Indian culture and food… 197 more words


07/24 | Avatar - Incarnations w/Natya Dance Theatre FREE

Based on the mythology of India, “Avatar-Incarnations” presents narratives that express the oneness of all nature, as one energy transforms into another. Natya Dance Theatre dancers employ percussive footwork and dynamic movements, along with hand gestures and facial expressions to allow characters to come alive. 9 more words


MANCHA PRAVESH: Imani Asha Gaston and Odissi

When I enter the MLK Auditorium in Hale Hall on The Ohio State University campus, several instruments surrounded by microphones are already set out on brightly colored fabric on stage right. 2,327 more words


March News

I’ve got some news for ya!

Remember that short film I did back in September for Looking Left Productions called Lamaze? Well, here it is for your viewing pleasure! 259 more words


Chhau Dance Project

Gurukul Chhau Dance Sangam is headed by Guru, Janmejoy Sai Babu. It is composed by six permanent dancers, national and foreign, professionals in different forms of dance both classical and modern, and with different artistic backgrounds, learning the style of Mayurbhanj Chhau under the guidance of Guruji and his sons Shri Rajesh Sai Babu and Rakesh Sai Babu, who have performed extensively in various dance festivals and shows all over India, and in different countries abroad as well. 477 more words


ExpressionWorks update week of October 9th, 2014

This week was our final week of clown and comedy in our Multi Arts Series. Our Leadership work is ongoing on a weekly basis.

A few people were away but we forged ahead with the fun and learning. 176 more words