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Billy Fox

for a six-week journey to rural Shimane Prefecture, Japan, to research the performance and religious rituals of Omoto kagura, an extremely rare form of shamanic dance, music, and theater practiced by a handful of Shinto shrines in the Iwami region.

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Northern Illinois University

to support the participation of seven Cambodian artists and scholars in the September 2012 Cambodia Studies Conference.

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Samina Quraeshi

in recognition your extraordinary achievements as an artist, scholar, and activist working internationally to increase global understanding of the cultures and peoples of Islamic South Asia. The award is intended to enable you to continue your creative, research, and educational work through international travel and exchange.

to enable you to carry out research in connection with Voices from the Shadows new media initiative.

Research and documentation in Pakistan and India for the exhibition and book project, Sacred Spaces: A Journey with the Sufis of the Indus

three-month fellowship to undertake research in Pakistan and India in spring 2006 for a book Sacred Spaces: A Journey with the Sufis of South Asia

To study graphic design in a program leading to the M.F.A. degree at the School of Art and Architecture, Yale University

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He, Lin

to undertake research on education programs in American art museums and to observe courses on art education and museum studies at Teacher's College, Columbia University, in fall 2006

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Long March Foundation

enable artists Cai Guo Qiang and Jennifer Ma and scholars Gao Minglu and Ni Zaiqin to participate in a conference on modern art education in China to be held in Yan'an, Shaanxi Province, in June 2006

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Huang, Chunmao

to collaborate with Professor Di Zhu of the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in observing art education practicies at art schools and universities in the U.S. for six weeks, in connection with your responsibilities at CAFA

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Shanghai Art Museum

support for critics from U.S. and Asis to attend Shanghai Biennale symposium

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Linda Hoemar Abidin

to complete a program of study in arts management leading to the M.A. degree at Teachers College, Columbia University, beginning in September 1996.

To study arts management in a program leading to the M.A. degree at Teachers College, Columbia University, beginning in September 1995.

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