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ACC grantees come from all over Asia and the United States. They are today's established masters in their fields and tomorrow's rising stars. They are archeologists, architects, artisans, arts administrators, art critics, choreographers, composers, conceptual artists, conservators, craftspeople, dancers, film makers, installation artists, musicians, new media artists, painters, photographers, printmakers, sculptors, video artists, video conservators, and also artists and scholars whose work defies categorization. They are the carefully selected grantees of the Asian Cultural Council.

With the curatorial care and assistance of the ACC team, these artists work intensively, rise to new challenges, and discover the possibilities and implications of their work as experienced in entirely new and different settings. Each is defined by a singularly inspiring talent and vision, and each redefines the cultural landscape through meticulously crafted explorations and projects.

For 50 years, the ACC has nurtured over 6,000 artists. Here is a rich archive of their extraordinary work, which beautifully reflects our mission to provide meaningful cultural exchange and to create limitless, lifelong opportunities for artistic collaboration among our network of alumni grantees.

Grantees: Taiwan (grantee origin)

Shen Fu

Taiwan

1993 | Visual Art | China

to conduct research in China for an exhibition on "The Floating Studio: Transportation and Art," to be held at the Freer Gallery of Art in 1995.

1974 | Art History | United States

For participation in a project undertaken by Freer Gallery of Art

1971 | Art History | Taiwan

For participation in a project undertaken by National Palace Museum

1970 | Art History | Taiwan

For participation in a project undertaken by National Palace Museum

1969 | Art History | Taiwan

For participation in a project undertaken by National Palace Museum

1968 | Museum Studies | United States

to study art history in a program leading to the Ph.D. degree at Princeton University.

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Hsiao-Mei Ho

Taiwan

1990 | Dance | United States

to complete a program of study in dance and choreography leading to the M.F.A. degree at the Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, during 1990-91.

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Meng Chuan Isa Ho

Taiwan

2016 | Film, Photography, Video | United States

for a three-week grant to complete a project inspired by her 2012 ACC fellowship in New York City

2012 | Film, Video, & Photography | United States

ACC funding allowed Ms. Ho to spend five months observing contemporary art activities and investigating the unique urban environment of New York City. Additionally, ACC sponsored Ms. Ho's participation in a creative residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, and a program at Parsons The New School of Design in New York City allowing her to sit in on classes, interact with students, and work with faculty members at this world-renowned institution.

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HORSE

Taiwan

2016 | Dance | Taiwan

to present a workshop on Klein Technique taught by American instructor Barbara Mahler in fall 2016

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Chun-Ming Hou

Taiwan

2009 | Visual Art | Asia General

to support travel to China, Indonesia, Korea and Singapore to research and develop new work

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Shur-Tzy Hou

Taiwan

2008 | Film, Video, & Photography | Asia General

for travel in Southeast Asia to interview women in connection with the issue of Asian and foreign brides in Taiwan

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Shih-Pin Hsi

Taiwan

2012 | Visual Art | United States

ACC provided a five-month grant for Mr. Hsi to carry out a residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito, California, and to observe contemporary art activities in New York. Ms. Hsi regards his grant as a very important opportunity that will further develop his artistic capabilities and elevate his work to a higher level.

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Ai-Hua Hsia

Taiwan

2008 | Visual Art | United States

to participate in a residency program at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito, California, and to observe contemporary art in New York

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Ho-Wen Hsiao

Taiwan

2008 | Dance | Japan

to study traditional performing arts in Japan

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Sheng-Chien Hsiao

Taiwan

2003 | Visual Art | United States

to participate in the international residency program at Location One in New York

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Chu-Tzu Hsu

Taiwan

1976 | Architecture | United States

to complete a program of study leading to the Master of Architecture degree at the Massachusetss Institute of Technology.

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Juei-Hsien Hsu

Taiwan

2007 | Visual Art | United States

to continue observing contemporary art and meet with artists and curators in the United States

2006 | Visual Art | United States

to participate in the International Residency Program at Location One in New York

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Jui-Fang Hsu

Taiwan

1996 | Theater | United States

to observe theater activities in San Francisco in February 1996

1995 | Theater | United States

to observe contemporary theater activities and study theater in the United States

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Tang-Wei Hsu

Taiwan

2009 | Visual Art | United States

to participate in an international residency program at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito, California, and to observe contemporary art activities in New York

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Tzyy-Yann Hsu

Taiwan

1992 | Dance | United States

to study modern dance and choreography and to create new work in New York

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Wen-Chin Hsu

Taiwan

1997 | Visual Art | United States

to survey collections of contemporary ceramic art in the United States and to meet with ceramic artists and studio potters

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Yen-Ling Hsu

Taiwan

2003 | Theater | United States

to study and observe theater and related performing arts activities in the United States

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Chang I Hua

Taiwan

1971 | Architecture | United States

to complete the Ph.D. degree in City and Regional Planning at Harvard University.

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Chien-Chiang Hua

Taiwan

2007 | Visual Art | United States

for a creative residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts in California and to observe creative activities in New York

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Chih-Yang Huang

Taiwan

1996 | Visual Art | United States

to undertake a creative residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts in Sausalito, California, in fall 1996 and to observe contemporary art activities and meet with artists and curators in New York

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