The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the landscape in which we work is profound, yet our mission of advancing international dialogue, understanding, and respect remains essential. Amidst global trends of widespread xenophobia, intolerance, and misunderstanding, sustaining connectivity across borders is more crucial than ever.
As we continue to adapt our grantmaking to our current realities and future uncertainties, we are proud to announce a list of 2020 grants made to date, including time-sensitive grants approved by our Board of Trustees in May. These range from ongoing support for graduate students from Asia pursuing degrees in the U.S., assisting graduating students to remain in the U.S. post-graduation for practical training, and enabling programs to continue to pursue their objectives by transitioning online. For a full description of grants click here, and visit our website for future updates on ACC grantmaking in 2020.
Muheb Esmat M.A. Candidate, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College
Yong Guo Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University
Damin Wu Consultant, Quanzhou Canghai Cultural Creativity Co., Ltd.
Jinglun Zhu Independent Curator
May Wing Joy Chang (Cheuk Wing Nam) Visual Artist
Enoch Tak Yan Cheng Visual Artist & Curator
Hochi Lau M.F.A. Candidate, Carnegie Mellon University
Utsa Mukherjee (Hazarika) Visual Artist
Joned Suryatmoko Ph.D. Candidate, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Abdul Aziz Sohail M.F.A. Candidate, University of California, Irvine
Kevin Castelo Independent Musician
Zeny May Recidoro Independent Art Writer
Charles Yee M.F.A. Candidate, California Institute of the Arts
Yihsuan Chiu M.A. Candidate, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College
Taiwan Alumni Pandemic Response Funds
Edward Herbst Director, Bali 1928 Repatriation Project
Savong Foundation (For Nirmita Composers Workshop)