CURRENT

Creative Confluence: South Asian Community Reflections, Connections, and Dialogue | Asian Arts & Culture Center, Towson University | September – December 2022

Thalaimuraigal: Three Generations of Kolam | Gandhi Memorial Center | November - December 2022

*Curated, Organized, and Participated

PAST

Remembrance, Resilience, Power + Pride - Asia North 2022 | Asian Arts & Culture Center, Towson University | April-May 2022

 

Restoration: Drawing Strength from the Kolam | Betty Mae Kramer Gallery | September - November 2021

pARTicles Virtual Art Exhibit | Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory | Batavia, IL | February 2021

Joint Mathematics Meetings | January 2021

Our Stories: A Virtual Festival | Towson University – Asian Arts & Culture Center | Towson, MD | October 2020 National Folk Festival | Salisbury, MD | 2019


Kolam | Huntington Community Center | Bowie, MD | 2018


4+1 | Takoma Park Community Center | Takoma Park, MD | 2017

Artomatic | Crystal City, VA | 2017


Kolam | The Chicago School of Professional Psychology | Washington, DC | 2017 Artomatic | Park Potomac, MD | 2016


Traditions - Kolam | Takoma Park Community Center | Takoma Park, MD | 2016

 

Beyond the Dot and Line | Children’s National Hospital | Washington, DC | 2016

Maryland Traditions Folklife Festival | Baltimore, MD | 2011-2015


Sanathana: Beginningless and Endless | Sandy Spring Museum | 2015


Kolam | Quince Orchard Library | North Potomac, Maryland | 2013

AWARDS/GRANTS

Creativity Grant | Maryland State Arts Council | July 2022

  • Received a grant to support the creation of the project, Thalaimuraigal: Three Generations of Kolam, held at the Gandhi Memorial Center in November-December 2022.

 

Maryland Traditions Folklife Apprenticeship Award | Maryland State Arts Council | January 2010

  • Received a grant to spend a year continue learning Kolam, a traditional South Indian art form, from Shanthi Chandrasekar, with a specific focus on researching the historical context and training to be able to teach the art form.

Maryland Traditions Master-Apprenticeship Award | Maryland State Arts Council | January 2010

  • Received a grant to spend a year learning Kolam, a traditional South Indian art form, from Shanthi Chandrasekar