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Beyond Bollywood: 2000 Years of Dance in Art — Special Preview Fundraiser

On-site at the museum


Anjali Pichai, Lata Krishnan, and Vaishali Chadha, and Commissioners and Trustees of the Asian Art Museum invite you to a special preview fundraiser in support of Beyond Bollywood: 2000 Years of Dance in Art.

Enjoy a sneak peek of the much-anticipated exhibition celebrating the role of dance in art and culture of the South Asian world. On view in the Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Pavilion March 2023.

Join us for a cocktail reception, dinner, live performances, and much more.

  • Festive Cocktail Attire
  • Complimentary Valet Parking


Become a sponsor—Learn about Sponsorship Levels and Benefits, or Corporate Sponsorship Levels and Benefits

For more information or to become an exhibition sponsor, contact [email protected] or 415.581.3794.

Image: Mythical bird-man dancing, approx. 1857–1885. Myanmar (Burma). Wood with lacquer, gold leaf, and inlaid glass. Burma Art Collection at Northern Illinois University, gift of Konrad and Sarah Bekker.

Organizers & Sponsors

Beyond Bollywood: 2000 Years of Dance in Art is co-organized by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco and the Cincinnati Art Museum. This exhibition has been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Democracy demands wisdom. This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. Generous support is provided by Eliza and Dean Cash, Sumir Chadha, Vaishali Chadha and Family, Yogen and Peggy Dalal, Shashi and Dipanjan “DJ” Deb, Aarti and Sandeep Johri, Lata Krishnan and Ajay B. Shah, Fred Levin & Salle Yoo and Jeff Gray, Dipti and Rakesh Mathur, Sundar and Anjali Pichai, SACHI: Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India, Ram and Vijay Shriram, Meena Vashee, and an anonymous donor. 

Sustained support generously provided by the Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Endowment Fund for Exhibitions.