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Artist: Hana Rafee 

Apply For Gulabi Stories

Welcome to GULABI STORIES: A South Asian Healing Initiative!

Thank you so much for your interest in Gulabi Stories!

Our deadline to receive applications for PHASE I of Gulabi Stories (i.e. workshops/ interviews) has passed. We truly appreciate your interest and support for this initiative.

We invite those who identify within the larger South Asian diaspora to fill out and submit this very brief interest form below. Through the responses received from this interest form, we hope to document this data so we can apply for future funding (after October 2023) to expand our team capacity and continue creating similar safe and inclusive storytelling platforms starting next year. We will also add you to our mailing list serve to keep you updated on potential future opportunities to expand Gulabi Stories into other creative and healing spaces.

If you have any further questions or have any other ideas to collaborate or support our initiative, please contact our team at contact@gulabistories.com.

Thank you once again for your time and support!

Best,

Meghna Bhat + Gulabi Stories Team

If the survey does not open in a new browser window, please copy and paste this link on your browser: https://forms.gle/3FwwYvyyr68xJYCQA

The Gulabi Stories: A South Asian Healing Initiative has been funded by the SEEDING CREATIVITY Individual Artist Grant. The Office of Arts & Culture (OAC) in the City of Sacramento received funding from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) as part of its American Rescue Plan (ARP) grant program, to subgrant to communities responding to the negative economic impacts and public health emergencies of the COVID-19 pandemic. This grant program supports 45 artists with grants to create and/or present new work in the county during the grant period.

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