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Dallas Indian Arts Collective opens new performance venue in Dallas

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KERA reported that Dallas Indian Arts Collective (DIAC) has opened a new performance venue in Oak Lawn called Center Stage. The new venue opens into a gallery space which then leads to a stage and room that can seat up to 300 guests.

Center Stage opens on August 19 with a performance of Kathak!, a traditional Indian dance journey of 10 artists from Luchnow, Delhi and Calcutta, and a fine art exhibit by Dallas artist Lekha Singh.

KERA reports that the DIAC founders, Anu Agarwal and Jitin Hingorani, formed the collective to showcase and preserve Indian culture for South Asians as well as introduce it to a larger audience.

They hope that other artists and art groups from around North Texas will utilize the space when it is not being used for DIAC programs.

ABOUT DALLAS INDIAN ARTS COLLECTIVE

Dallas Indian Arts Collective (DIAC) is a non-profit arts organization aimed to educate, entertain and enrich the lives of North Texans by creating a cross-cultural platform to promote understanding and appreciation of performing, visual and literary arts from the Indian Subcontinent and Diaspora. Find out more on the DIAC website.

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