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Jisha’s Art Work

"Dance is the hidden language of our soul."

We asked Jisha Jacob, a digital marketing associate in New York City, to share some of her beautiful paintings with BGM. A graduate from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a degree in marketing, Jacob said she started painting at a very young age, but stopped along the way. Read More »

A Doll’s House: A South Asian Rendition by SAPAN


We are gearing up for a big performance based on Henrik Ibsen’s famous play entitled “A Doll’s House”, showing this upcoming weekend! Read More »

Interview: Eka the Poet


by Atiya Hasan Follow @AtiyaHasan05 Anirudh ‘Eka’ Dhullipalla was born in Hyderabad, India and raised in Minnesota and North Carolina. He graduated from Emory University with a bachelors in Economics.  He currently works as a ... Read More »

Dance Fusion


I’ll be honest, I’m a tough critic when it comes to dance. The word fusion and I have a rather strange relationship. When the words modern, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, or ballet are used in conjunction with Bollywood, Bharatnatyam, Kathak, or any other style of Indian dance, I naturally shift gears into the mindset of a dance critic Read More »

The Critic’s Corner Part III


I’m back for my last BG post from the United States until December! I’ll be studying abroad in Ghana this semester, but before I leave I had to gush a little bit about Clarice and Robert’s Bollywood performance on Wednesday July 20th. Read More »

The Critic’s Corner Part II


Every Thursday night is the dreaded So You Think You Can Dance results show which begins with a group routine with all of the dancers. Read More »

The Critic’s Corner


the highlight of every summer since 2005 has definitely been the Wednesday and Thursday night So You Think You Can Dance watching parties that begin at 8 pm in my basement. Each summer, my contagious obsession strikes a couple more of my friends, and now it is the subject of great debate and passionate discussion amongst us. Read More »

Life after an arengetram


An arengetram or Indian classical dance debut is an occasion to lay one’s talent and skills out for all to view. Read More »

Everyday Love by Nidhi Chanani


Over the course of a year, I have had the opportunity to speak with some fascinating and inspiring Brown Girls Read More »

Artist Meera Sethi

Firangi Rang Barangi series by Meera Sethi

Meera Sethi is an artist based out of Toronto, Canada and I recently came across some of her art pieces online. Sethi uses art as an expression of her Indian roots mixed with contemporary Western culture, truly exemplifying the diasporic nature that so many Brown girls experience,struggle with, and embrace on a daily basis. Read More »

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