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Museum of Modern Art

To enable Willard Van Dyke, director, Department of Film, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, to review showings of Indian films at Cinematheque Française, Paris, in preparation for a festival of Indian films at the museum and to enable Donald Richie, film critic, Tokyo, to travel to New York to advise the museum on contemporary Asian films.

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Japan Society

To support the showing in New York of the exhibition The Japan Expedition of 1852-55 of Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry, February-March 1969, organized by the Smithsonian Institution.

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Cleveland Museum of Art

to provide support for a symposium held in conjunction with the exhibition Chinese Art Under the Mongols, October 1968, and to enable the following specialists in Chinese art to participate in the symposium: James Cahill, Department of Art, University of California, Berkeley, Unites States; Margaret Medley, Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, London, England; Kei Suzuki, the Institute of Oriental Culture, Tokyo University, Japan; Beatrix von Ragu.

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Harvard University Art Museums

to continue support in connection with the Indian Kotah Painting Film Project for a film on Rajput court life as illustrated in Kotah painting, made in collaboration with Clark Worswick of the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University.

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International Theatre Institute of the United States

To enable Som Benegal, theater specialist, New Delhi, to attend a special session of the Executive Committee of the International Theatre Institute, Paris, October 1968.

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Akademi Seni Karawitan Indonesia

to provide for the purchase of stage equipment, audiovisual equipment and supplies, costumes, musical instruments, and painting materials.

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Bandung Institute of Technology

to enable the following staff members to study and to survey contemporary art development in the United States, and to provide for the purchase and shipment to Indonesia of books, periodicals, and art materials: Jusuf Affendy, Dibjo Hartono, Edie Kartasubarna, A.D. Pirous, Achmad Sadali.

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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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