HDI Continues Virtual Programming as a Vehicle to Promote U.S. Culture Globally and Provide Opportunities for American Performers

The Humpty Dumpty Institute is pleased that in-person programming is starting to resume. We are at the forefront of American arts advocacy organizations returning to the international stage. However, virtual programming will remain a component of our mission to advance U.S. arts and provide opportunities for U.S. performers. We are proud to announce that HDI has received a grant from U.S. Embassy Bahrain to  program Cultural Envoys in 2022.

February 2022 —Hip hop/Pop Star Maya Azucena will discuss her career and current challenges in the music industry.

March 2022 —Muslim American Stand-Up Comedian Reem Edan will cohost a stand-up session with Bahraini comedy sensation Ali Esbai, a.k.a Ali Fingerz.

July 2022—Award-Winning Chef Vallery Lomas will celebrate U.S. Independence Day by discussing American cuisine with a Bahraini food blogger.

Fall 2022- MMA expert and action film star Michael Gong will discuss martial arts and Hollywood.

Fall 2022 -FKJ Dance Founder Fadi Khoury will discuss his heritage and experience from the Arab world and its influence on his American dance company.

HDI is committed to highlighting U.S. culture to promote dialogue globally and provide opportunities for U.S. artists. We have worked with more than 70 U.S. Embassies and Consulates to bring American culture to countries worldwide.