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New York City Center

to support the participation of individual artists and ensembles from various countries in Asia in New York City Center’s annual Fall for Dance festival.

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Chey Chankethya

for a twelve-month grant renewal to continue in a program of study leading to the M.F.A. degree in dance at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

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Independent Curators International

To support the participation of Martha Soemantri in the ICI Curatorial Intensive training program in Beijing in summer 2012

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Kong Vollak

for a six-month grant to observe contemporary arts activities and to participate in a four-month creative residency program at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council beginning March 2013.

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Ung Chinary

(Chinary & Susan Ung) for a two-month grant to lay the groundwork for the establishment of a Composers Institute in Cambodia for the purpose of training the next generation of Cambodian composers

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509 Cultural Center

to support a multimedia installation called “Hinterlands” in a public space in San Francisco known as the Tenderloin National Forest, involving the participation of two artists from Vietnam, one from China, and one from the United States.

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7 Loaves Inc./GOH Productions

to support a collaborative theater workshop organized by Empty Space Chiangmai in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, involving performing artists from Thailand, Burma, and Indonesia in summer 2012.

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American Dance Abroad

To support the attendance of Asian presenters at the Guangdong Modern Dance Festival in China, November 2012, and to support a symposium and performances related to the festival. (Fiscally sponsored by DanceWorks, Inc.)

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American Folklore Society

to support for the first year of the China-U.S. Forum on Intangible Cultural Heritage (FICH) professional exchange program.

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Art Centre, Silpakorn University

to support the participation of artists from Thailand in “Unfolding Mystery,” a contemporary art exhibition to be held in Taiwan.

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Arts Initiative Tokyo

to support Syagini Ratnawulan and Duto Hardono from Indonesia, as well as Predeep Mishra and Mnam Apang from India, for their participation in the exhibition “Home Again” (tentative title) at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, from September through November 2012.

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