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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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Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco

to support three curators from the Chinese Culture Center to conduct research on artist residency programs in Vietnam

To provide support for a symposium held in November 1983 in connection with the exhibition Contemporary Chinese Painting: An Exhibition from the People's Republic of China at the Chinese Culture Foundation

To provide support for the publication of a catalogue to accompany the exhibition "China in Graphic Art," shown at the Chinese Cultural Foundation of San Francisco in fall 1979, and circulated to selected museums in the United States

To support a performance and lecture tour in the United States by the shadowplay troupe Chang Teh-Cheng and Company

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Inta, Inc.

To enable choreographer/dance artists Eiko Otake from New York and Wen Hui from Beijing to engage in a reciprocal exchange, spending one month together in China and a second month in the U.S.

A grant to Inta, Inc. in the amount of 20,000 to enable Setpheap Sorn and Chakreya So to participate in a residency in New York and at the American Dance Festival in Spring 2007.

enable eleven students from the Reyum Institute of Arts and Culture in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, to participate in the U.S. tour of Cambodian Stories in spring 2006

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Lijiang Studio

to support the Lijiang/Hokkaido Reciprocal Residency Program, enabling four artists from China and Japan to explore interdisciplinary artistic practice in two rural settings over two months

four-month grant to enable Achmad Krisgatha from Indonesia to participate in a residency in Yunnan in fall 2006

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Morinaga, Yasuhiro

for a five-month grant to research the relationship between the living environment and sound/music of ethnic minority groups in Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangxi, and the Tibet Autonomous Region in China

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Jennifer Tipton

to present workshops in lighting design at the Beijing Dance Academy and the Cultural Center of the Philippines in summer 2005

to conduct a one-week lighting design workshop in Phnom Penh

present lighting workshops at the National Institute of the Arts in Taiwan and Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts

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Tomoko Sugawara

A 3-month Individual Fellowship to research Tang dynasty music at the Shanghai Conservatory, and visit the Dunhuang caves in China

to lead a workshop on the kugo at Beijing’s Central Conservatory in November 2014

for research and study in the U.S. on the history of the angular harp in East and Central Asia

study and pursue research in the U.S. on the history of the angular harp in East and Central Asia

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The Wooster Group

A Project Grant to support a 1-week artistic exchange in Japan, including workshops with theater director Toshiki Okada and research on Noh theater in Kyoto

A Project Grant to support a 1-week artistic exchange in Japan, including workshops with theater director Toshiki Okada and research on Noh theater in Kyoto

To support research in 2013 by The Wooster Group in Hong Kong and Shanghai towards the development of their new theater production "Murder in San José" by Hong Kong playwright and 2004 ACC grantee Candace Chong Mui-Ngam

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Douglas Brooks

A 3-month grant to study traditional boatbuilding in Japan and research its antecedents within the Chinese boatbuilding tradition

for a three-week grant to investigate boatbuilding traditions among the Tao indigenous group of Orchid Island, Taiwan in spring 2016

a six-week grant to support a collaboration with the last working boatbuilder in the tsunami zone of Tohoku, Japan, in fall 2014

Research and documentation on Okinawan boatbuilder

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