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Asia Society

to enable Dr. Pratapaditya Pal, curator of the Indian and Islamic art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, to survey collections of Indian art in Europe in connection with the preparation of the exhibition Sculptural Styles of Gupta India and Their Influence, scheduled to be shown at the Asia House Galley, New york; the Art institute of Chicago; and the Kimbell Art Museum, Ft. Worth, beginning October 1978.

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Brown University

to enable Sharda Sahai, table performer, Benares, india, and I. Wayang Suweca, gamelan performer,Denpasar, Indonesia, to serve as visiting artists-in-residence in the Department og Music, Brown University, during the 1975-76 academic year.

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University of Michigan Museum of Art

to provide support for the pblication of a catalogue to accompany the exhibition The Art of Wen Cheng-ming shown at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, January-February 1976 and at the Asia House Gallery, New york, April-June 1976.

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University of Washington

to enable Dr. Dao Duy Anh, dan abo and dan tranh performer, Saigon, Vietnam, and T'ao Chu-Shen, ch'in and hsiao performer, Taipei, Republic of China, to serve as a visiting artists-in-residence at the School of Music, University of Washington, during the 1975-76 academic year.

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Princeton University

to provide support for the publication of a catalogue to accompany the exhibition Japanese Ink Paintings for American Collections: The Muromachi Period, held at the Aart Museum, Princeton university, in honor of Professo Shujiron Shimada, April-June 1976.

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Columbia University

To enable architects Arata Isozaki and Fumihiko Maki to serve as visiting lecturers in a seminar program on Japanese environmental design held at the Japan Study Center, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University

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New York Public Library

to assist the Dance Collection of the New York Public Library in establishing an archive or research materials documenting Asian dance, and to enable Genevieve Oswald, curator of the Dance Collection, to survey dance facilities, visit institution, and meet with specialists in Asia in connection with the creation of the archive.

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