An ancillary program to Project S is Destination S. Destination S program provides Chapman graduate students and alumni the opportunity to also travel to make Sikh-themed films. They provided the “domain” knowledge to make films successful. They have traveled to the UK, India, Canada, Africa, Nepal, Malaysia, Pakistan, and various European locations. Destination S is currently in production on six films, including one on Guru Nanak’s travel to 170+ locations in nine countries.
Art Finds A Way
Aman (aka Almond Singh) is a 19-year-old micro engraver who is the Guinness World Record holder for making portraits on almonds. As we follow Aman on his artistic journey, we realize that artistic passions can lead to a fulfilling career, even though it may not be a traditional one. Supporting Sikh art can be a unique gift.
Kites: Beyond Boundaries
A forensic expert by profession, now retired, Dr. Sehgal is an International Kite Maker. He is the world record holder for the SMALLEST KITE, one that can pass through a pin hole! He produces kites about every occasion of world importance, and various social messages. As a scientist who expresses his artistry and social activism through his kites, he reminds us that science and art are not mutually exclusive.
Silver Lining: The Journey Of Rashpal Singh
An inspiring journey of Seva that led an American Sikh towards establishing a mission for vision as a selfless act of serving his community.
With 60 camps a year across the state of Punjab, Rashpal Singh Dhindhsa is the visionary behind the extensive free-of-cost eye camps for the people of rural Punjab in India. The Visionary encapsulates the journey of the United Sikh Mission that started in 2005 with its first eye camp and still continues to give back to the community of Punjab, regardless of age, caste, creed, religion, or gender.