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Bamboo Curtain Studio

An 8-month Organization/Project Grant to carry out the second year of ACC Taiwan Foundation’s Taiwan Southeast Asia Program (TSAP) through virtual exchanges between artists and arts professionals in Taiwan and Southeast Asia

to support the participation of Taiwanese artist Chen Chia-Jen in a residency program at Cemeti Art House in Indonesia

support the participation of directors of artist-in-residence programs in Asia in a conference organized by the Bamboo Curtain Studio in Taiwan in summer 2005

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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

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General Non-Profit Incorporated Organization Tokyo Biennale

A 1-year Organization/Project Grant to provide support for the 2020/2021 Tokyo Biennale to enable a series of web-based, multilingual publications to create a context around the event’s participating artists and dialogue related to critique and media practice

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Utsa Hazarika

To finish undertaking a year of optional practical training following completion of an M.F.A. degree in 2019

A 1-year Graduate Scholarship to provide for travel and living expenses during the final year of an M.F.A. program at Parsons School of Design, The New School

a 1-year scholarship for travel and living expenses during the first year of an M.F.A. program in the U.S.

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National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts

A 3-month Organization/Project Grant to support an on-line symposium that provides the opportunity for global curators, artists, and critics to investigate, discuss, and reflect on themes and issues emerging from the 2020 Taiwan Biennial.

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