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University of Hong Kong

to provide support for a virtual program connecting musicians and composers at the University of Hong Kong and the U.S.-China Music Institute at the Bard College Conservatory of Music.

International travel and per diem for an exhibition titled Visual Narratives in a Cross-Cultural Perspective

Enable Joan Jeffri, professor of arts administration at Columbia University, to advise the University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Academy for Perfoming Arts on the development of an arts administration training program in Hong Kong.

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Wong Ching Yan Birdy

To observe the latest developments in New York’s theater scene, carry out research on the societal roles of Asian women in the U.S., and explore the experience of Asian artists during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic.

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Wong Ata Chun Tat

For a creative exploration of Japanese culture to develop an understanding and appreciation for traditional and contemporary art forms in Japan.

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Wong Sau Yin Samuel

To study post-war architecture in the U.S. and understand the historical, social, economic, and urban contexts in which it was created, while meeting with architecture professionals who are pushing the boundaries of architecture.

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Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

Organization/Project Grant to provide support for Hope Sessions, a series of online panel discussions moderated by curators in Asia and the U.S. to initiate dialogue around what art will look like in the post-COVID-19 future.

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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