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Tokyo Photographic Art Museum

to enable American curators Aily Nash and Haden Guest to participate in the Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions in February 2020

to support Lei Lei's participation in the 2017 Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions

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Florina Capistrano-Baker

To conduct fieldwork on Hindu-Buddhist monuments, sculptures, and rituals in India and Indonesia to retrace the history of the pre-colonial Philippines

to survey exhibition and museum activities in Japan in September 2005

Continue to study art history in a program leading to the Ph.D. degree at Columbia Uiniversity, beginning September 1983.

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Command N

To support the travel of Jason Waite and Eva and Franco Mattes to Japan for a 1 week research trip with Kenji Kubota ahd Chim↑Pom in Tokyo and Fukushima where they will meet with displaced residents and observe the changing environment in the midst of reconstruction. The trip is to lay the groundwork for the first English publication on the development of the Don't Follow the Wind project and its present state amidst the reconstruction efforts going on in the area.

For support for artists and art educators to pursue research in Asia.

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Jason Howard

to undertake a residency at Dance Box in Kobe, Japan, to study traditional theater practice and plan for future exchange of dancer/choreographers between Kobe and Chicago

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Japan Center, Pacific Basin Arts Communication

TPM Exchange is a set of exchange opportunities organised as an essential part of TPAM - Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama, an international platform for performing arts professionals that facilitates information sharing, discussion, mutual learning and networking among 1,000 individual participants from around 45 countries/regions of the world.

to support the participation of the Wooster Group in Sound Live Tokyo in December 2015

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Lijiang Studio

to support the Lijiang/Hokkaido Reciprocal Residency Program, enabling four artists from China and Japan to explore interdisciplinary artistic practice in two rural settings over two months

four-month grant to enable Achmad Krisgatha from Indonesia to participate in a residency in Yunnan in fall 2006

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