India Cultural Center is a non-profit organization that celebrates the arts and culture of India. Our mission is to foster inclusion by educating and engaging the community in Indian culture.
Over 1,000 people joined ICC to celebrate HoliFest 2023
ICC lucked out with beautiful weather to host a community-wide celebration of joyful new beginnings. Thank you to Signature sponsors Redfin and Cafe Spice.
Greenwich Times gives ICC teens front page coverage of Greenwich Historical Society exhibit
The front page of the February 4, 2023 issue of the Greenwich Times featured the story behind My Story Our Future oral history workshops and the exhibit at Greenwich Historical Society on display from February 13 to February 25.
Announcing the release of My Story Our Future: South Asian American Youth Voices of Connecticut!
My Story, Our Future is a youth-centered oral history project with South Asian American middle and high school students in collaboration with the Asian and Asian American Studies Institute at UConn, India Cultural Center, Greenwich Historical Society, and Maum Consulting. Listen to the stories on the AAASI Podcast. These stories help construct a new archive to build homegrown Asian American studies. New resources like this strengthen families and communities while also creating relatable lessons for a K-12 Asian American Studies curriculum.
ICC Tenth Anniversary Gala Featured Shoba Narayan
Shoba Narayan, a trailblazing Broadway actress, performed at ICC's 10th Anniversary Gala on November 5, 2022. Shoba, the first South Asian in the role of Princess Jasmine in Aladdin, will originate the lead role of Simran in Come Fall in Love – the DDLJ Musical on Broadway in 2023.
Kal Penn launches
ICC Speaker Series
Kal Penn, actor, White House Staffer, and now author, spoke to an audience of over 150 at the Greenwich High School Performing Arts Center on March 7. News anchor and women's leader, interviewed Kal. The GHS South Asian Heritage Club co-promoted the event. Read more
Connecticut Humanities awards ICC $21,800 grant
CT Humanities, the statewide, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), awarded ICC its largest grant to date: a $21,800 grant that will help ICC reestablish itself and expand its reach following the pandemic.
ICC Announces new
ICC's Speaker Series will bring boldfaced names in entertainment, journalism, literature, business, medicine, the arts and other fields to Fairfield and Westchester counties. It will also feature influential individuals from the local community. ICC Speaker Series is made possible with the generous support of Blanca and Sunil Hirani.