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Center Stage Artists Embark on D.C. Tour

Center Stage brings musicians from Egypt and Ukraine to America for a nation-wide tour through December 2018.

UGRAD Alumna Initiates Family Festival at Azerbaijan Carpet Museum

Global UGRAD alumna Asli Samadova curated the the Azerbaijan Carpet Museum's first two-day family festival that hosted over one thousand people who participated in activities ranging from Children’s Museum features to presentations of recent textile and art projects.

FLEX Student of the Month –April 2016

Davit, a States’ 4-H placed Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) student from Georgia, always has a positive attitude and smile for everyone around him. He is eager to learn and proudly represents his home country.

Freedom to Express - International Writing Program

Learn more about the International Writing Program.

Center Stage

Center Stage demonstrates America’s respect for other cultures by providing unique opportunities for international performing artists to engage with diverse communities throughout the United States and offers Americans the chance to grow in understanding and appreciation of other nations.

Arabesque Brings Vietnamese Culture to Life

Arabesque, a dance troupe from Vietnam

Members of Arabesque, a dance troupe from Vietnam, discuss their performance and their goals for their Center Stage exchange.

Tri Minh's Quartet Bring Sounds of Hanoi to the U.S.

Tri Minh's Quartet poses in front of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

Members of the Vietnam-based Tri Minh's Quartet discuss their music and Center Stage experience.

Ribab Fusion: Berber Culture with a Modern Twist

Ribab Fusion, a funk-rock-jazz group that celebrates Morocco’s Amazigh (Berber) culture

Members of amazing funk sensation powered by a single ribab string, Ribab Fusion, discuss their hopes for their Center Stage exchange.

An Introduction to the 2014 Center Stage Tour!

Center Stage is an opportunity for U.S. communities and international artists from a diversity of genres and traditions to connect and to learn from each other along the way.

Learn how Center Stage, a groundbreaking cultural diplomacy initiative, connects foreign artists with American communities.

Center Stage Continues to Connect Cultures

Ribab Fusion from Morocco and Khumariyaan of Pakistan kicked off their Center Stage tours with a performance at Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage on September 16.

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