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Bilqis Hijjas

Dancer, Kuala Lumpur: to support a two-week study tour to California in October 2015 to lecture on the state of contemporary dance in Southeast Asia and to build networks for future collaborative projects.

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18th Street Arts Center

to support a two-month residency in May and June 2015 for Malaysian artist Kamal Sabran

to support a two-month residency for Tibetan artist Tsering Nyandak in 2010

Support artist in residence from Korea (Oak Jung Ho) in winter 2008/ spring 2009 (requesting $14,500)

Two month residency for Margaret Bong

To support a residency for a visiting artist from Korea, Jee-Eun Pak, from November 1, 2007 through December 30, 2007

support participation of Korean artist Min Jung-Kim in 18th Street Arts Complex's international residency program for three months in fall 2004

Support a residency for Indonesian artist Popok Tri Wahyudi

Support for Tatsuo Inagaki's residency

Support for a residency by artist Meng-Sheng Lee

Support for Japanese artist Tatsuo Inagaki

Residency for two Taiwan Artists at 18th Street Arts Complex

Support for Rogues Gallery artists

For Clayton Campbell to survey art activities in Japan and Taiwan

Support for a three-month residency by Miwa Yanagi

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Honolulu Academy of Arts

to enable a curatorial team from the Academy and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco to travel to Bhutan in fall 2006 to continue research and planning for an exhibition on arts of Bhutan to be held in 2008

to enable a curatorial team from the Academy and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco to travel to Bhutan to undertake research and planning for an exhibition on arts of Bhutan to be held in 2008

to continue, in collaboration with the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, a pilot museum training program for the Asia-Pacific area and to enable the following participants to survey museums in the United States: Ajit Simba P. Bais, the National Children's Museum, New Delhi, India; Kai Sen Chew, National Museum, Singapore; Charles C. Y. Chi, National Palace Museum, Taipei, Republic of China; Joseph I. A. Gasing, Sarawak Museum, Kutching Malaysia; Abdul Latif Ibrahim, Muzium Brunei, Bandar, Malaysia; Iftikhar Alam Khan, Aligarh Muslim University, India; Sadao Kosuge, National Science Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Byung Hoon Lee, National Science Museum, Seoul, Korea; Nan Young Lee, National Museum of Korea , Seoul, Korea; Pranowo Martodiardjo, the National Biological Institute, Bogor, Indonesia; Takeshi Ogiwara, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan; Mohan Chandra Pande, State Museum, Lucknow, India; Aurora Pelayo, Cultural Research Center, Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Dumaguete City, Philippines; Rosario B. Tantoco, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines.

To establish, in collaboration with the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, a pilot museum training program for the Asia-Pacific area and to enable the following participants to survey museums in the United States: Ajit Simba P. Bais, the National Children's Museum, New Delhi, India; Kai Sen Chew, National Museum, Singapore; Charles C. Y. Chi, National Palace Museum, Taipei, Republic of China; Joseph I. A. Gasing, Sarawak Museum, Kutching, Malaysia; Abdul Latif Ibrahim, Muzium Brunei, Bandar, Malaysia; Iftikhar Alam Khan, Aligarh Muslim University, India; Sadao Kosuge, National Science Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Byung Hoon Lee, National Science Museum, Seoul, Korea; Nan Young Lee, National Museum of Korea , Seoul, Korea; Pranowo Martodiardjo, the National Biological Institute, Bogor, Indonesia; Takeshi Ogiwara, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan; Mohan Chandra Pande, State Museum, Lucknow, India; Aurora Pelayo, Cultural Research Center, Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Philippines; Rosario B. Tantoco, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

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Chong Leong Ng

six-month fellowship to study and participate theater activities, pursue research on ritual and performance, and observe the relationship of theater and audience in the United States

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Roopesh Sitharan

to conduct research in New York for 10 days in November 2006 in order to observe contemporary arts activities, specifically in the area of digital arts technology and new media

ten-month fellowship to complete a program of study leading to the M.F.A. degree in curatorial studies at the California College of Arts in 2005 - 2006

twelve-month fellowship to begin a program of study leading to the M.F.A. degree in curatorial practice at the California College of Arts in fall 2004

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