Cultural series brings performers from around the world
The series brings national and international performances to campus, allowing the community to experience a variety of different cultures through the arts.
The new Mukund S. Kulkarni Cultural Series provides Penn State Harrisburg the opportunity to bring national and international performances to campus annually, allowing the community to experience a variety of different cultures through the arts.
The series kicks off its inaugural year with three acts from across the globe, including: Namaste India, showcasing the folk and classical dance of India; Nobuntu, a female a cappella quintet from Zimbabwe, Africa; and The Fitzgeralds, a Celtic fiddling and step-dancing family from the Ottawa Valley, Canada.
The series is made possible thanks to more than $1 million in gifts from several donors in honor of Kulkarni, who retired June 30 as chancellor of the Harrisburg campus.
For more information and tickets, visit the Penn State Harrisburg box office.