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Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

To host online discussions between artists and curators in Asia and the U.S. to initiate dialogue around hope through its expressions and legacies within contemporary art and activism

To support cultural preservation programs in Mongolia, a project to be undertaken by Hal Fischer at the Fine Arts Museum in Ulaanbaatar

To support the Museum's cultural preservation programs in Mongolia (D-98560)

To allow Teresa Heady to undertake a teaching residency in conservation and collections handling at the University of Art and Culture in Mongolia

To enable Dorjiin Enkhtugs, director of the Museum of Theater and Art in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, to undertake a three-month internship at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, the California Academy of Sciences, and the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, in summer 1994

To provide support for travel to Mongolia by two curators and a conservator from the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco in preparation for a major exhibition of art from Mongolian collections to be presented at the museum in 1995

To support curatorial research and discussions in Vietnam in connection with an exhibition of Vietnamese art being planned by the Asian Art Museum

To support the publication of a catalogue accompanying the exhibition "Essence of Indian Art," shown at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco in fall 1986

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Collaborative Cataloging Japan

A 9-month Organization/Project Grant to support the formation of a network of artists, researchers, archivists, and the public across Japan and the U.S. to engage in online conversations, research, and presentations about media and art of the 1970s Japan.

A grant supplement to support the formation of a network of artists, researchers, archivists, and the public across Japan and the U.S. to engage in online conversations, research, and presentations about media and art of the 1970s Japan.

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Don't Follow the Wind

A 1-month grant supplement to adapt a disrupted project to enable U.S. and Japanese artists and curators to carry out research in Japan and through online meetings in connection with the English publication Don’t Follow the Wind, examining community and artistic responses to the ongoing crisis in the Fukushima Exclusion Zone.

To enable three Americans to undertake research in Japan, in order to lay the groundwork for the first English publication on the the "Don't Follow the Wind" project

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Edward Herbst

(Bali 1928 and Library of Congress-to-Bali Repatriation Project) to continue work on a publication while travel is suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic

(Bali 1928 and Library of Congress-to-Bali Repatriation Project) to support research and documentation leading to the re-release and repatriation of the first published recordings of music in Bali, and extensive film footage and photographs taken between 1930 and 1939

(Bali 1928 and Library of Congress-to-Bali Repatriation Project) to support research and documentation leading to the re-release and repatriation of the first published recordings of music in Bali, and extensive film footage and photographs taken between 1930 and 1939

To conduct research in Indonesia concerning repatriation strategies for the first published recordings of music in Bali

Next stage of research among older musicians and performing artists in Bali in connection with annotated study of archival recordings

to participate in a seminar on Indonesian performing arts to be held at the National Academy of the Arts in Solo and to undertake music research in Bali

to conduct resarch in Indonesia on the role of vocal music in the performing arts of Bali

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NPO Dance Box

A 1-month Organization/Project Grant to provide support for a virtual program with Water Puppet artists in Vietnam, showcasing this art form to engage with Kobe’s community of Vietnamese immigrants.

to support the participation of choreographer Darrell Jones in a collaborative residency in Kobe, Japan in May 2017

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The Savong Foundation

To conduct an intensive one-month program of virtual workshops for traditional musicians from the Royal University of Fine Arts in Cambodia

To support two online composition workshops led by Chinary and Susan Ung held in Phnom Penh in August and September 2020

To support a composition residency and workshop by Chinary and Susan Ung at the Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh

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Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

To enable curator Aily Nash and Harvard Film Archive Director Haden Guest to curate programs in the Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions in February 2020

to support Lei Lei's participation in the 2017 Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions

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Yayasan Kelola

A 6-month Organization/Project Grant to provide for the third year of the Southeast Asian Choreographers Network Program, adapted as a virtual program with online workshops for dance artists in Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Thailand.

to support further development of the ACC-Kelola-ADF Southeast Asia Choreographers Network by facilitating the participation of 4 choreographers in the 2019 International Choreographers Residency program at American Dance Festival, and organizing a workshop in Indonesia for network participants

a Project Grant of $12,000 to support the participation of choreographers from Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and Cambodia in a one-week collaborative platform in Indonesia

to support a performing arts exchange pilot program between Indonesia and Cambodia

to support the organization of collaborative workshops and fellowship programs in 2008 and 2009

to support a choreography workshop to be conducted in Solo, Indonesia, under the direction of Lin Hwai-Min from July 26- August 9, 2007

Supplementary grant to support additional expenses in connection with the Lin Hwai-Min choreography workshop held in Indonesia, July 26- August 9

to support an arts management workshop directed by Laurie Uprichard in Solo, Central Java, from August 28 through September 1, 2006

to help support Kelola's administrative expenses in organizing collaborative workshop and fellowship programs with the ACC in 2005 and 2006

support Kelola's administrative expenses in organizing collaborative workshop and internship program with the ACC in 2005

to support a workshop in Jakarta on international touring for performing arts groups directed by Rachel Cooper of the Asia Society in March 2005

to support a workshop in Solo on performing arts networks directed by Norikazo Sato of the Japan Contemporary Dance Network, from November 29 to December 3, 2005

to help support Kelola's administrative expenses in organizing collaborative workshop and internship programs with the ACC in 2004

To support a lighting workshop that will be led by Clifton Taylor in Indonesia in June 2003

For administrative expenses in organizing collaborative workshop and internship programs with the ACC in 2003-2004

for administrative expenses in organizing collaborative workshop and internship programs with the ACC in 2001-2002

to support a workshop in festival management led by Joe Wilson

to enable Amna Kusumo, director of the Kelola Foundation in Indonesia, to survey cultural institutions and arts management practices in Asia

to enable Jennifer Tipton to conduct a professional lighting design workshop in Indonesia in February 2000

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American Dance Festival

to supplement a 2018 grant supporting the participation of 4 dance artists from Southeast Asia in the American Dance Festival's 2019 International Choreographers Residency Program

to support the participation of four emerging choreographers and four arts administration interns from Southeast Asia in the 2020 American Dance Festival

to enable four dance professionals from the U.S. to travel to China to work towards fostering partnerships with several companies and academies across the country

a Project Grant to enable 4 dance artists from Southeast Asia to participate in the American Dance Festival in summer 2019

A Project Grant to enable 5 dance artists and 1 dance scholar from Southeast Asia to participate in the American Dance Festival in summer 2018

to support Indonesian dance artist Ali Sukri's participation in the 2014 International Choreographers Residency Program

to enable two choreographers from Henan University to participate in the International Choreographers Residency Program in summer 2011

for the participation of eight dancers from China in the International Choreographers Residency Program at ADF in summer 2011

to enable ADF co-director Jodee Nimerichter to travel to Shanghai in January 2006 to discuss with partner organizations there plans for an American Dance Festival program in China

to enable Indonesian dance artist Martinus Miroto to participate in the International Choreographers Commissioning Program at ADF in summer 2005

to enable Dai Jian from Guangdong, China, to participate in ADF's six-week school in summer 2004

support for choreographer Akiko Kitamura to participate in the International Choreographers Commissioning Program in summer 2003

support for ADF co-director Stephanie Reinhart and project consultant Chiang Ching to travel to China in April 2001 to explore possibilities for an ADF program in China

to support the participation of choreographers Li Hanzhong and Ma Bo in the ADF International Choreographers Program

to support the fall 1997 American tour of the Guangdong Modern Dance Company

to support the participation of Guangdong Modern Dance Company choreographer Shen Wei in ADF's 1995 International Choreographers Commisioning Program

to enable dance scholars Malbourg Kim from Korea and Sal Murgiyanto from Indonesia to attend the International Dance Critics Conference at the American Dance Festival in summer 1994

to enable three dance critics from Asia to attend the Dance Critics' Conference at the American Dance Festival in summer 1993

to enable members of the Guangdong Modern Dance Company to study and perform at the American Dance Festival in summer 1991

to enable four choreographers and dancers from China participating in the summer 1986 Festival to spend one month in New York observing dance activities

to support the participation of three choreographers from Asia in the International Choreographers' Workshop at the American Dance Festival in summer 1985

to support the participation of modern dance companies from Indonesia and the Philippines in the Festival's fiftieth anniversary program held at Duke University in summer 1984

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Ballet Philippines

To bring lighting designer Jennifer Tipton to Manila to give a two-week masterclass for lighting designers from Southeast Asia, and to support the participation of lighting designers from the region

a grant supplement to further support Jennifer Tipton's masterclass for lighting designers from Southeast Asia

to enable Indonesian choreographer Boi Sakti to serve as a guest choreographer with Ballet Philippines in Spring 2001

to support the residency of American choreographer and teacher Norman Walker with the Ballet for two months, beginning in December 1986

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