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International Music Council Assembly and Congress

to enable the following Asian music specialists to attend the International Music Council General Assembly and Congress, New York and Washington, D.C., September 1968: Surya Brata, indonesia; Tran Van Khe, Vietnam; Sri Kusumobroto, Indonesia; Hye Ku Lee, Korea; Lobsang Lhalungpa, Tibet; Narayana Menon, India; Uro Nakayama, Japan

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World Crafts Council

to the American Committee of the World Crafts Council, New York, to enable the following crafts specialists from Asia to attend the Third Biennial Meeting of the General Assembly of the World Crafts Council, Lima, Peru, August-September 1968: Zulkifli Aziz, National Museum of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, Chairman, All India Handicrafts Board, Bombay, India; Peter Dandeniya, director, National Craftsmen's Cooperative Society, Colombo, Sri Lanka; Kiran Gujral, potter, New Delhi, India; Satish Gujral, painter, New Delhi, India; Pupul Jayakar, director, National Small Industries Corporation, New Delhi, India; Hardjasoemantri Kusnadi, Ministry of Education and Culture, Yogyakarta, Indonesia; Manote Kongkananda, painter and graphic artist, Bangkok, Thailand; Homi Sethna, filmmaker, Bombay, India; Nellie Sethna, weaver and textile designer, Bombay, India; Kichenosuke Tonomura, director, Kurashiki Folk Art Museum, Japan.

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Philadelphia Museum of Art

to enable Haku Shah, designer, National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India, to accompany the exhibition Unknown India: Ritual Art in Tribe and Village shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the St. Louis Art Museum, and the M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, January-August 1968.

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Kim Won Yong

to study techniques of archaeological excavation and research at the Institute of Archaeology, University of London, and to survey archaeological sites in Japan.

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National Museum, Thailand

to enable Chira Chongkol, curator, to survey museum collections and to meet with museum professionals in the United States, and to enable Ake Chareepolakon, technician, to survey exhibition design and installation techniques in the United States.

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Pricha Arjunka

to study at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine, summer 1968, to pursue painting activities, and to observe contemporary art developments in the United States.

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Indonesian Music and Dance

to the Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange between East and West, Honolulu, and the Institute of Ethnomusicology, University of California, Los Angeles, to enable the following Indonesian music and dance teachers to study musicology, music and dance: Enoch Atmadi, Konservatori Kariwatan, Bandung; I Made Bandem, Akademi Seni Tari, Indonesia, Denpasar; Iim Djunaedi, Konservatori Karawitan, Bandung; Winotokusomo Soedarsono, Akademi Seni Tari, Indonesia, Yogyakarta; R. Wiranto, Konservatori Karawitan, Surakarta.

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