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Theatre-Dance Performance by Mallika Sarabhai and company - SAC

Everson Museum of Art

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Mallika Sarabhai's The Colours of Her Heart, a roar for women's freedom and an emerging international sisterhood.

The Moynihan Institute and the South Asia Center present Mallika Sarabhai’s The Colours of Her Heart.


Mallika Sarabhai is one of India’s most eminent Bharatanatyam dancers and social justice activists. This production will engage themes of the role of women in Indian society and call for change. 

Tickets are free for members of the Everson Museum of Art and $8 for non-members.
Part of the Ray Smith Symposium—in conjunction with Syracuse Symposium. 

Sponsored by: South Asia Center, College of Arts and Sciences Ray Smith Symposium, the Ford-Maxwell Professor of South Asian Studies, the Everson Museum of Art, Departments of Art and Music Histories and Women’s and Gender Studies, Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Indian Community Religious and Cultural Center (ICRCC), Syracuse University SPIC-MACAY, and the generous donors to the Agehananda Bharati Memorial Fund. 
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