Curating “Beyond Bollywood” at the Smithsonian
activities and experiences by Masum Momaya
Leading the Indian American Heritage Project at the Smithsonian, engaging with communities, sharing knowledge and exhibiting Indian American stories
Masum Momaya describes her activities and experiences while leading the Indian American Heritage Project at the Smithsonian, in Washington DC, USA, engaging with communities, sharing knowledge and exhibiting Indian American stories.
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