IAAC Through The Years
Down Memory Lane
The INDO-AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit arts organization passionately dedicated to promoting, showcasing and building an awareness of the arts and artists whose heritage lies in the India in the performing arts, visual arts, literary arts and folk arts. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable by the law. For information please visit www.IAAC.us
The best of Indian culture, and art are brought to the world by IAAC. This year, with your generous help, we were able to successfully stage India@75 and organize the Literary Fest.
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Literary aficionados from all over the New York Tri-State area and beyond joined us for the literary festival.
A big thank YOU, to all those who joined us.
The virtual sessions of IAAC Literary Festival 2022 were filled with interesting stories and anecdotes from emerging and renowned authors, writers, and poets. For those who missed them, here’s a chance to view the recordings. Don’t miss out on the stellar talks!
Join authors Priya Kumari, Ritu Khoda, and @writemeera in conversation with Priya Sitaraman on their books 'Leaf Talks Peace: Buddha’s Message of Harmony’, ‘Somnath Hore: Wounds’, and ‘The View From The Very Best House In Town’ on 13th November.
Dasu Krishnamoorty & Tamraparni Dasu will present ‘Greatest Telegu Stories Ever Told’ in a session with Professor Narayan Hegde on 13th November.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Due to an unforeseen incident, Jenny Bhatt will not be attending the in-person session.
Supports all the artistic disciplines in classical fusion, folk and innovative forms influenced by the arts of india.