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Asia Society

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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Museum of Modern Art

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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Japan Society

To enable the Toho Gakuen String Orchestra, Tokyo, to perform in San Francisco and to present a series of concerts at Philharmonic Hall, New York, July 1964.

to provide support in collaboration with the Ford Foundation for a three-year program of fellowships to promote cultural exchange between Japan and the United States in which the following individuals participated: From Japan: Kenji Aikoh, art editor; Hiroshi Hamaya, photographer; Susumu Hani, film director; Yoshio Hara, doctoral candidate in sociology; Saeko Ichinohe, dancer and choreographer; Masuo Ikeda, printmaker; Mitsuo Kano, printmaker; Yasuo Kazuki, painter; Yurichiro Kojiro, professor of architecture; Takehisa Kosugi, composer; Shin Kuno, artist; Sadamasa Motonaga, painter; Takeshi Muramatsu, writer and critic; Minoru Niizuma, sculptor; Daiyu Nishi, sculptor; Shinjiro Okamoto, painter; Morio Shinoda, industrial designer; Akiko Shirai, printmaker and lecturer in architecture; Hisao Sugahara, curator; Takashi Suzuki, editor; Hitoshi Tada, editor; Keisuke Tanaka, mosaicist; Shuntaro Tanikawa, poet and writer; Soichiro Tomioka, painter; Hideo Tomiyama, curator; Yoshiaki Tono, art critic; Shindo Tsuji, sculptor and ceramist; Masakazu Yamazaki, playwright, Masanobu Yoshimura, sculptor; Joji Yuasa, composer. From the United States: R. Miriam Brokaw, editor; Paul J.R. Desjardins, professor of philosophy; Yayoi Kusama, artist; Patricia Murray, translator; Meyer Schapiro, professor of art.

to provide for the production and distribution in the United States, in collaboration with NET-TV, of ten thirty-minute films of performances by Japanese artists

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University of Iowa, Workshop for Creative Writing

to the State University of Iowa Foundation to provide fellowship assistance to enable the following Asian writers to participate in the Workshop for Creative Writing at the University of Iowa: Alias Ali, Malaysia; Indira Bhai, India; Sung Kyun Cho, Korea; Jyotirmoy Datta, India; Sunil Gangopadhyay, India; Won Ko, Korea; Yokichi Miyamoto, Japan; Hua Ling Nieh, Republic of China; Wilfredo Nolledo, Philippines; U Sam Oeur, Cambodia; Shreela Karuna Ray, India; Bienvenido Santos, Philippines; Hari Sharma, India; So Hee Sohn, Korea; Hatsuyoshi Tauchi, Japan; Yumiko Tsumura, Japan; Takako Uchino, Japan; Ching Hsien Wang, Republic of China; Ching Lin Wang, Republic of China; May Wong, Singapore; Ayako Yamada, Japan; Wai Lim Yip, Republic of China.

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art

to provide support for the exhibition Art Treasures from Japan, organized in cooperation with the Government of Japan and shown at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Detroit Art Institute, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, September 1965-June 1966.

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University of Pennsylvania, University Museum

to provide support for archaeological excavations at Mohenjo-daro, Pakistan, under the direction of George F. Dales, curator of South Asian archaeology, the University Museum, and for the preparation of the final report on this project.

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American University Field Staff

to provide support for activities and reports to field associates in Asian countries.

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Pratapaditya Pal

to survey Indian and Nepalese art in museums and private collections in the United States while completing a Ph.D. dissertation on Buddhist iconography in Nepal at Cambridge University, England.

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Bal Bhavan and National Children's Museum

to the Museum of Modern Art, New York, to provide training in the United States for Indian teachers for Bal Bhavan and to provide for the purchase of art materials.

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