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Written by NASeA/ANMA Cultural Committee   
Tuesday, 10 May 2011 07:41

Atlanta, Georgia- 2011 NASeA/ANMA cultural team is working relentlessly to put together a fantastic show that ATLANTA has yet to witness.

The cultural program will be a spectacular event showcasing talents from all over the US. We all know our motherland is a melting pot for cultural diversity; therefore our goal is to celebrate our heritage by promoting the same highlighting our rich culture, value and tradition.

Therefore, we invite you and all the talents out there who can represent our ethnic heritage in any artistic form and make our event enjoyable and successful. You should not miss this event, please be the part of this historical program and galvanize your talent.

Few examples of our sub-cultural flavors are Bhote Selo, Rai/Limbu Dance, Gurung Dance, Bhojpuri/Maithili/Tharu Songs/Dance, Newari songs/Dance and many more...

So, Please be part of this great Cultural event reflecting and representing our beloved Motherland!!!!!

If you would like to participate, please complete the registration form athttp://jointconvention.org/?page_id=859 and send it to us by July 15, 2011.

The cultural items are selected on first come first serve basis; however, this committee reserves the right to pre-screen performances and/or assigns performance time slots at their sole discretion. Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated. Our entertainment segment will be Non-Competitive Performances for any age group.

A preview of the performance is required due to a large number of interested parties in this category. Please provide us a link of your recorded performance. We prefer that you send us the same item that you are planning on performing at the NASeA/ANMA 2011 convention. If it is not possible, please feel free to send us any program you have performed in last six months.

The music CDs or the link of the song must be submitted by no later than Aug 15, 2011. If there is any issue or concern with your submitted program you will be contacted.

We hope that all your experiences with this cultural program will be very enjoyable and rewarding. Together with your participation and support, we can make this the most spectacular event in our community year after year. Thank you once again and we look forward to working with you.

Please visit our website http://www.jointconvention.org/ for more info...

Please register your items at: http://jointconvention.org/?page_id=859

Sincerely,

NASeA/ANMA Cultural Committee

Dhana Timilsina
Sailesh Kasaju
Bijendra Gurung
Bimal Nepal
Deepak Gajmer
Divya Pradhan
Lekhnath Chalise
Madhab Dhakal
Sarala Pandey
Srijana Sharma
Suman Silwal

Rules and Guidelines:

You must complete the registration form and send us no later than July 15, 2011 along with a visual link of your performance. You will be notified if the recording or the performance does not meet our quality requirements and asked to submit another CD by Aug 15, 2011.

The song must be in Nepali and Nepali sub-cultural languages except the USA National-Anthem. Items promoting Nepalese culture, heritage and values are strongly encouraged.

To extend the quality of the show, participants over 5 year or older are preferred. Pre-screening will be done based on the performance submitted, prior to finalizing the program as well.

Solo performance is defined as any performance with only one participant on stage. Within this category, a person can participate in maximum of one entry. (We encourage Group performances)

Group performance is recommended to allow maximum number of participants.

Group performance is defined as any performance with 2 or more participants on stage. Within this category a person can participate in maximum of one entry.

If you require background music during your performance, then you must provide us your music on a CD, flash drive or Web link. We must receive your music no later than Aug 25, 2011

Provide at least two to three song choices in order to avoid duplication. Program acceptance period will start from June 25 to July 25, 2011. During this period, pre-screening process s will be also completed. Acceptance will be based on first come first serve basis.

It is recommended that the performers who are planning to dance should select new popular songs instead of commonly used songs that have been used in the past events. Re-mix songs are allowed.

The maximum time limit for each entry will be strictly enforced as specified below:
i . Group Dance – 6 minutes

ii. Solo Dance – 4 minutes

iii Vocal Music – 3 minutes

iv. Instrumental Music – 3 minutes

v. Any Other Talent – 4 minutes.

All entries must be sent to us by July 25, 2011. Entries sent after that will not be considered.

Any questions or concerns can be sent to the cultural team at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

If you have any performance related materials (CDs, DVDs), documents or any other physical items, please mail to:

Sailesh Kasaju

2745 Marisol Way,

McDonough, Ga 30253

Please register your items at: http://jointconvention.org/?page_id=859

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