Arts Video Gallery

This page features all video coverage of Asia Society New York's recent Arts programming. Please note: Clicking on a video will send you to Asia Society's global video gallery.

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Musicians and dancers from the court of Hamengkubuwono X, Sultan of Yogyakarta, perform a traditional Indonesian dance.
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Examples of golek menak and wayang wong forms of traditional Indonesian dance.
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The sultan discusses the history and living culture of performing arts in the Javanese court with Asia Society's Rachel Cooper.
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Experts in the arts, technology, and philanthropy share their experience in making art more accessible to wider audiences.
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Art, design, and technology experts present their observations about the shifting habit of encountering culture through a screen rather than in person.
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Arts administrators present innovative cases of collaboration in the areas of technology, culture, and education.
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Dancer/choreographers Sheetal Gandhi, Hari Krishnan, Parul Shah, and Kuldeep Singh present new works that re-define what "Indian" dance might be.
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A panel evaluates the legacy of the Progressive Artists' Group by examining the impact they had on the social and aesthetic landscape of contemporary India.
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A panel discussion that approaches the question of a modern Indian nation through the lens of science, film, and literature.
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Panelists discuss the challenge of representing the "progressive" Indian nation through visual, literary, and performing arts.
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The director of 'Girls Always Happy' takes questions from the audience and discusses the film with Asia Society's Kelly Ma. Part of the Creative China Festival.
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The director of 'Have a Nice Day' takes questions from the audience and discusses the film with Asia Society's Kelly Ma. Part of the Creative China Festival.
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The director of 'Ash' takes questions from the audience and discusses the film with Asia Society's Kelly Ma. Part of the Creative China Festival.
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A panel discussion on the role arts and culture play in the United Nations' goals for sustainable development.
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Panelists discuss and examine how virtual reality is being integrated into art and museum spaces.
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Authors Hari Kunzru and Balli Kaur Jaswal engage in a provocative conversation about writing in the Indian diaspora.
Current Affairs
Human rights activists, scholars, journalists, and filmmakers gathered to celebrate the life and work of the Pakistani lawyer and advocate, with a special focus on her work with the United Nations.
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Author and ambassador Navtej Sarna recounts some of the many misfortunes blamed upon the Kohinoor diamond, a gem that pitted brother against brother and ended empires.