On Monday April 4, Githa Hariharan, author of Almost Home: Finding a Place in the World from Kashmir to New York, will present her latest book in an event co-hosted by the Indo-American Arts Council and the South Asian Journalists Association at photographer Clara Aich's studio.
The IAAC supports all the artistic disciplines in classical, fusion, folk and innovative forms influenced by the arts of India. We work cooperatively with colleagues around the United States to broaden our collective audiences and to create a network for shared information, resources and funding. Our focus is to help artists and art organizations in North America as well as to facilitate artists from India to exhibit, perform and produce their work here. The IAAC is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
SAJA, the South Asian Journalists Association, is one of the most dynamic journalism organizations in the U.S. and Canada. Founded in March 1994 with 18 members, today it connects and serves more than 1,000 journalists at news outlets, big and small. SAJA has members spread across North America and active chapters in New York, Washington, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Toronto. It is headquartered at Columbia Graduate School of Journalism in New York City. SAJA serves as a networking and resource forum for journalists of South Asian origin as well as for journalists and others interested in South Asia and the South Asian diaspora. Its mission includes acting as a resource to promote accurate coverage of South Asia and the diaspora.
When: Monday, April 4, 2016 at 6:30pm
Where: Studio of Clara Aich, 218 East 25th Street (between Second and Third Avenues), New York, NY 10010
RSVP: Ramneek Kang, ramneek.iaac[at]gmail.com