Home from India Salon
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Tharisanam: Vision of the Other
Celebrate the American storytelling delegations return from Chennai, India. The folk stories & myths of India will be told by local SF Bay area storytellers Liz Nichols, Tim Erenata, Jeff Byers, and Eth-Noh-Tec. Listen to the stories from this incredible journey.
Taste the Flavors!
Join us for dinner: a delightful and delicious spread of Indian cuisine! All-you-can-eat meal: 6pm.
Designer Shilpa Srinivasan will exhibit her embelished line of printed tees: fun, unique, and inspired by Indian folk art.
The Fotos and Faces of India
A multi-media presentation of Therisanam, bringing together American and Indian artists in an amazing cultural exchange.
About the Storytelling and Cultural Delegration
This Fall, Eth-Noh-Tec lead a group of 15 storytellers from around the country in a cultural exchange to meet their storytelling counterparts in India. Hosted by the World Story Institute, they met master artists, puppeteers, musicians, dancers, theater troupes and other artists that use storytelling in their art form. Together, they shared their stories in local communities and built bridges of cultural understanding between the peoples of America and India.
Ticket Info: $25-$10 (sliding scale) for dinner and show
977 South Van Ness Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94110
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