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Delin Lai

A 2-month grant to study the architectural remains of Baptist and Presbyterian Churches in southeast China

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to continue PhD program in art history at University of Chicago

To undertake research in the United States on the influences of American architectural theory & practice on historic preservation, the study of traditional architecture, and the practice of architecture in China during the twentieth century, beginning in fall 1995.

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The Hinterlands

A 3-week grant for a collaboration with artists in Beijing to explore creating a technologically innovative theater work

New York, New York: to enable The Hinterlands company to collaborate with traditional Sichuan opera performer Tian Mansha and Chinese opera artists from the Shanghai Theatre Academy on a month-long exchange in November 2011 to create an original multidisciplinary performance.

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Asia Society

to support the participation of artists and performers from Japan in the production "Recycling: Washi Tales" in March 2016

To support the Shwe Man Thabin Zat Pwe performance at the Asia Society in New York on April 10 and 11, 2015.

to enable Mr. Muhammad Zamzam Fauzanafi and Mr. Muchamad Fajar Ismail to travel to the United States to receive the 2011 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award from The President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities.

to support the participation of two speakers from Asia in the ACAW 2011 public symposium program entitled dialogues in Asian Contemporary Art.

to organize a survey of Indonesian arts and culture for American arts presenters and leaders in the field of performing arts

To enable Sardono Kusomo and two other dance artists to participate in the Baryshnikov Arts Center's presentation of "Tradition, Inventions, Exchanges" in June 2009.

support the fall 2006 American performance tour of the Chorus Repertory Theater

support a residency by dancer Mugiyono Kasido and the presentation of the multi-media installation piece Traditions/Invention/Exchange at the Asia Society in summer 2005

to support twelve artists from Burma in a ten-day performance residency at the Asia Society and Lotus Fine Arts in New York (from Ford donations D-8326 and D-89254)

support for Chris Milado and Benny Sokong in the Ma-Yi production of Nikimalika as part of the Asia Society's program Sheer Realities: A Celebration of Philippine Culture

support for U.S. tour of Ratan Thiyam's Chorus Repertory Theatre

to support participation of artists from Asia for new performance project "Forgiveness"

support for musicians from Indonesia participation in Empty Traditions/City of Peonies and new collaborative performance work by Yin Mei and Tony Prabowo

To enable Vishaka Desai, director, Asia Society Galleries, to undertake art historical research in China in summer 1994.

To enable Rhoda Grauer, director, department of media and performing arts, to survey arts activities in East and Southeast Asia in spring 1994 in connection with developing future program plans for the Asia Society.

to support the participation of two contemporary arts specialists from Asia in the Asian American Art Centre's exhibition programs in 1993

To provide travel and per diem support for film artist for Asia participating in the International Festival of Asian Film held at the Asia Society in October 1989.

to provide support for the production of Kazuo Ohno and Company presented at The Asia Society in June 1988 as part of the new York International Festival of the Arts.

To support artists from Asia participating in the Asia Society's performance programs in 1986-87

to support a dance workshop in North Indian Kathak conducted by Birju Maharaj at the Asia Society in September 1985

to support curatorial travel involved in planning an exhibition of the work of Ito Jakuchu, scheduled to open at the Asia Society in fall 1989

Provide support to enable tweleve Indian directors, writers, and other film specialists to participate in Film India, a series of film screenings, lectures, and symposia held in selected cities throughout the United States organized by The Asia Society, The Museum of Modern Art, and the Indo-U.S. Subcommission on Education and Culture, New York, in fall 1981.

to enable Dr. Pratapaditya Pal, curator of the Indian and Islamic art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, to survey collections of Indian art in Europe in connection with the preparation of the exhibition Sculptural Styles of Gupta India and Their Influence, scheduled to be shown at the Asia House Galley, New york; the Art institute of Chicago; and the Kimbell Art Museum, Ft. Worth, beginning October 1978.

to enable Clark Worswick, photographer, New York, to conduct research and survey photographic collections in England and India in preparation for The Last Empire: Victorian Photographs of India, an exhibition of nineteenth and early twentieth-century photographs of the art and culture of India, shown at the Asia House Gallery, New York, July-September 1976, and circulated thereafter to other cities in the United States.

To provide support for the exhibition Photographs from the Himalayas: Abode of the Snows organized jointly by the Asia Society and the International Center of Photography, shown at the Asia House Gallery, New York, summer 1975, and circulated thereafter to other cities in New York by the Gallery Association of New York State.

To enable Henry Trubner, curator, Department of Asian Art, Seattle Art Museum, to visit Japan to select works of art for the exhibition Chinese Ceramics from Japanese Collections shown at the Asia House Gallery, New York; the Seattle Art Museum; the Kimball Art Museum, Fort Worth; and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, April-December 1977.

(The Asia Society Performing Arts Survey) To the Asia Society, New York, to provide support for a survey by William W. Lockwood, Jr., director of programming, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York, in connection with the proposed reestablishment of the Asia Society's Performing Arts Program

The Asia Society New York City Schools Program See 1964.

to provide support for a lecture-demonstration program on Asian dance for schools in the New York City area and for the production of a film on Asian performing artists, made in collaboration with the New York City Board of Education.

to provide support for a concert tour in the United States by Indian musicians and the sitarist, Ravi Shankar, September 1964-February 1965.

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Jen Bervin

for a grant to carry out research in China on traditional silk embroidery technique and 4th Century poet Su Hui’s Xuanji Tu, (Picture of the Turning Sphere) for a large-scale, multidisciplinary artwork.

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The Museum of Modern Art

to support Naomi Kawase’s participation in a retrospective of her work in June 2016.

to support professional exchange and research opportunities for two museum curatorial staff in southern China

to provide travel and per diem support for four museum staff to carry out research in Japan in spring 2010 for a 2012 publication of an anthology of Japanese avant-garde art titled Postwar Japanese Art, 1945-1989.

To enable MOMA art curators Roxanna Marcoci and Cornelia Butler to visit museums and survey museum procedures and contemporary art activities in Japan for two weeks in June 2008.

Discretionary grant in the amount of $2,500 to support the participation of choreographer/ dancer Min Tanaka and associated artists in public programs associated with an exhibition documenting Mr. Tanaka's work to be held at P.S. 1 and MOMA

support the participation of four curators from Asia in a Workshop on Curatorial Issues to be held in New York in March 2005

support for a workshop for museum professionals from East and West Asia

to enable the museum's International Programs director Jay Levenson to participate in the Japan-U.S. Museum Professionals Exchange Program planning meeting in Japan in April 1997

Support the participation of poet and video artists Shuntaro Tanikawa in the Video Viewpoints lecture series at the Museum of Modern Art in April 1993.

to provide for the purchase of the videotape entitled Global Groove by Nam June Paik, composer and video artist.

To provide support for the exhibition The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture, organized in collaboration with the San Francisco Museum of Art and shown in eight cities in the United States, April 1965-May 1967

to provide support for the exhibition Two Decades of American Painting shown at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo; the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto; and the Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, October 1966-April 1967.

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John Vincent Bellezza

to support fieldwork in Tibet in fall 2015

to support research on indigenous artistic traditions of Tibet through fieldwork on rock art in Tibet

eight-month fellowship in the amount of 10,000 to enable you to continue writing for the book, "Father Sky Eagle, Mother Earth Serpent: Tibetan Civilization before the Coming of Buddhism"

eight-month grant to continue field research and writing on the archaeology of pre-Buddhist Tibet during 2006

to support continuing research and writing during 2005 on pre-Buddhist culture in Upper Tibet in connection with the completion of his book, Antiquities of High Tibet

continue research on pre-Buddhist culture in upper Tibet in spring 2004

Support to continue research on pre-Buddhist culture in upper Tibet in spring 2004, with a focus on the collection of oral histories

to complete a survey of pre-Buddhist archaeological sites in Tibet in fall 2003

Two-month fellowship to complete the next phase of research on pre-Buddhist archaeological sites in Tibet

to carry out research and documentation of pre-Buddhist sites on the Upper Plateau in Tibet

continue to undertake a general survey and documentation of pre-Buddhist archaeological sites in upper Tibet D-22644 (Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation)

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