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Default Can one facilitate/conduct workshops on B1/B2 visa?

Background:
My cousin has a 10-year B1/B2 visa, and she is visiting the US soon. While in the US, she wants to to conduct/facilitate workshops as part of a research project. In these workshop sessions, the participants will play some musical instrument and have discussions together.

Questions:
  1. Would either B1 or B2 allow her to do this activity? If not, which visa would be appropriate.
  2. If B1/B2 does allow the activity, would it have to be unpaid/voluntary?
  3. If it must be unpaid, could the participants directly pay the Indian company that she is conducting the research for?

Thanks in advance for any answers/suggestions!
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