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Abner Delina, Jr.: Reimaginations

“Who are we now and who are we really—as artists, as humans, as souls?” Abner Delina, Jr. chose to remain in the U.S. when his grant was disrupted by COVID-19. From Indianapolis, he writes his reimaginations on reframing questions, repurposing collaborations, and rehearsing with the world...

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Perry Yung: A Video Meditation

Musician and shakuhachi craftsman Perry Yung (ACC 2014) shares a video meditation on family and loss. “In these times, he says, “I feel more connected to my art practice…”

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Kuang-Yu Tsui's "Exercise Living: Stay Calm"

Kuang-Yu Tsui's (ACC 2017) work explores the relationship between social media, human behavior, and the urban environment. He filmed “Exercise Living: Stay Calm” during his residency at the Chinese Culture Center in San Francisco...

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Aung Myat Htay: Greetings from Yangon

Artist and independent curator Aung Myat Htay (ACC 2013) shares how he continues his artistic practice, stays creative, and finds inspiration at home in Yangon... 

 

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Him Sophy: Oh The Unforgettable Year 2020

Him Sophy (ACC 2001, 2015) composed “Oh The Unforgettable Year 2020” in response to the spread of coronavirus... 

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Nobuyuki Sugihara: Where Life is Valued

I am currently in Taiwan on a 6-month ACC grant to research Taiwan's indigenous culture...While the world has declared a state of emergency, I have been able to continue my research and production in Taiwan...

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Molissa Fenley: An Observer Takes "50 Looks"

"Our eyes are observing more, we have found pieces of art in the woods behind the art department. I imagine that these are works that were started by the graduate students and had to be abandoned as the college shut its doors..."

 

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and so, the journey continues

ACC remains unfaltering in the belief that cultural exchange can transcend conflicts and misunderstandings. We are devoted in bridging people through nurturing artistic talents. Tong Shanshan’s fellowship experience in New York is just one of the many examples where connectivity is the most important thing we need right now. 

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