Prachi Dalal combines her experience in the fields of education, museum education, heritage management and sustainable tourism to curate unique experiences for a diverse range of audiences, from students in school settings to families and school groups in museums and visitors to arts and historic centers. She has created programs in many different capacities, as a community outreach educator at the Freer and Sackler Galleries, Smithsonian Institution (Washington, DC) and Early Childhood and Family Programs educator, Rubin Museum of Art (New York, NY), Festival Director, Erasing Borders Dance Festival (New York, NY), and educator in nature-based schools like The Orchard School (New Hampshire) and Saxtons River Montessori School (Vermont). She has also consulted with organizations including INTACH and the Somaiya Foundation on heritage management, tourism and education projects. She currently teaches 5th graders at the Ascend International School (Mumbai, India), and serves as a faculty of Art Village, an artist’s collective passionate about providing a creative space that works in harmony with nature. Her training in classical Indian dance and traditional miniature painting, as well as her interests in crafts and traditional knowledge systems, nature and the principles of sustainability and service, deeply inform her practice as an educator. Connecting communities, breaking silos and creating pathways to build understanding, and building empathy are principles that inspire her work.