75 Years of the Fulbright Program: Celebrating Educational and Cultural Exchanges between Mexico and the United States

75 Years of the Fulbright Program: Celebrating Educational and Cultural Exchanges between Mexico and the United States
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Date(s) - 04/29/21
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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75 Years of the Fulbright Program:Celebrating Educational and Cultural Exchanges between Mexico and the United States

Join us for a lively (Virtual) celebration of Fulbright’s 75th Anniversary and US-Mexico exchange, featuring a Chavela Vargas-inspired performance.

To celebrate 75 Years of the Fulbright Program, the Fulbright Association – Georgia Chapter and the Mexico-United States Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange (COMEXUS) invite you to join us for an evening of song, poetry, and multimedia presentations. This interactive event will recognize not only the landmark anniversary, but also the vibrant history of the Fulbright Program in Mexico — a longstanding symbol of friendship and collaboration between the U.S. and Mexico.

RSVP here to join in with the festivities alongside the Mexican Consul General to Atlanta, as well as Mexican and U.S. Fulbrighters. Finally, enjoy a compelling feature performance by “docu-cabaret” and storytelling artist Stephanie Trudeau about the life and music of ranchera icon Chavela Vargas. Don’t miss this binational tribute to Fulbright’s rich history and vital present, which remains critical to fostering mutual understanding and communication between Mexico and the U.S. as close allies, partners, and neighbors.

About Stephanie Trudeau
The featured presenter, Stephanie Trudeau, is a singer/actress/writer who created and performs her award-winning show “Chavela Think Of Me” in New York City. She is also a former Fulbright grantee (Italy 2006) and a member of the Fulbright Association – New York chapter. Stephanie will perform excerpts from her original musical docu-cabaret honoring Mexican singer Chavela Vargas and singing Chavela’s ranchera songs, as well as providing context on the social, political and cultural world of mid-20th century Mexico City. The show also highlights Mexico’s rich and vibrant contributions to world culture, such as art, literature and music! Learn more about Stephanie here: https://www.stephanie-trudeau.com

You will receive a link to the Vimeo live broadcast at the email address you provide in Eventbrite. Please confirm that you have input your email address correctly.

Event registration is open to all Fulbrighters and members of the public.

Please direct any questions to Sue Levine, GaEventsATL@gmail.com

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