2023 Asia Grant Cycle Applications

ACC's application forms for the 2023 Asia grant cycle are now available for download! Applications will be accepted from November 1 - 30, 2022. Please review the grant and fellowship guidelines to determine your eligibility and access the full application materials.

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ACCNY Announces 2022 Grantees and Fellows

The Asian Cultural Council is proud to announce our latest group of 2022 fellowships and grants in support of programs and projects connecting artists, scholars, and arts professionals...

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2022 ACC New York Fellows Cohort

The Asian Cultural Council is pleased to welcome our newest cohort of New York Fellows: visual artists Cheuk Wing Nam and Arata Mino , curator Miyuki Tanaka, and performing artists Wong Ching Yan “Birdy” and Wu Chien-Wei...

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Architalk Webinar Series

ACC and the International House of Japan present Architalk, an online series analyzing the role of architecture within the context of contemporary, global themes...

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Ushio Shinohara

ACC 1969 | Japan | Visual Art | Fellowship to pursue art activities and observe contemporary art developments in the United States.

Chankethya Chey

ACC 2009-2013 | Cambodia | Dance | Fellowship to pursue a M.F.A. degree in dance from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Wu Chi-Tsung

ACC 2013 | Taiwan | Visual Art | Fellowship to observe contemporary art and meet artists in a range of disciplines in New York.

Asian Cultural Council

The Asian Cultural Council advances international dialogue, understanding, and respect through cultural exchange activities in Asia and the United States to create a more harmonious and peaceful world. This mission is accomplished through fellowships and other programs that support individual artists, scholars, and arts professionals. 

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The Asian Cultural Council connects artists, humanities scholars, and arts professionals across Asia and the U.S. Through fellowships, grants, achievement awards, public programs, alumni engagement, and other cultural exchange initiatives, ACC aims to build global arts communities whose individual and collective work serves to advance international understanding and respect.
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