IAAC honoured Salman Rushdie, Mira Nair and Manjula Bansal
Salman Rushdie, Mira Nair and Majula Bansal, the prominent Indian Americans on 21 November 2013 were honoured by Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC)...
Salman Rushdie, Mira Nair and Majula Bansal, the prominent Indian Americans on 21 November 2013 were honoured by Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC) at the Angel Orensanz Foundation of Contemporary Art.
The author, Salman Rushdie and filmmaker, Mira Nair were honoured for their commitment and contributions to the global artistic community. Whereas, Manjula Bansal, a renowned Indian-American pathologist was honoured for her contribution to Indian performing, visual and literary arts to New York City’s diverse cultural scene.
Indo-American Arts Council
The Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC) is a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit, secular service and resource arts organization charged with the mission of promoting and building the awareness, creation, production, exhibition, publication and performance of Indian and cross-cultural art forms in North America. The IAAC supports all the artistic disciplines in classical, fusion, folk and innovative forms influenced by the arts of India.
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