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ACCNY Announces 2022 Grantees and Fellows

The Asian Cultural Council is proud to announce our latest group of 2022 fellowships and grants in support of programs and projects connecting artists, scholars, and arts professionals across Asia and the United States. ACC’s longstanding mission of furthering cultural exchange...

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ACC’s New Director of Programs: Lyn Hsieh

The Asian Cultural Council is delighted to welcome Lyn Hsieh as ACC’s new Director of Programs...

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Marching Towards the New Normal

An independent dance artist known for his blended use of Oriental spirit and Western methodology, Wayson Poon (2019 Fellow) works internationally as a choreographer, researcher, and dance educator. He received ACC’s support to conduct movement research in Indonesia and the US. Although his stay in New York was disrupted due to COVID-19, Wayson’s resourcefulness led him to Japan, where he continued his movement research in Yokohama, Tokyo, and Kyoto. Wayson was able to reflect on his practice during his ACC fellowship and to absorb new ideas from exchanging with other artists.

Wayson's fellowship was made possible through the Lee Hysan Foundation.

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ACC Announces Retirement of Cecily D. Cook

After 27 years with the Asian Cultural Council, Cecily D. Cook will be retiring at the end of December 2021...

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Finding Humanity in History: Museum Programming in Southeast Asia

Sofia Santiago and Ana Tamula (ACC 2020) founded The Museum Collective to provide support to museum educators in the Philippines. To expand their knowledge of museum practices within the region, they embarked on an ACC Fellowship researching historiography and memorialization in Cambodia...

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Asian Cultural Council: Ignite Change

Please consider making a gift to ACC this year. Your gift directly impacts our ability to continue supporting artists who share our belief that cultural exchange is the most powerful vehicle for global connectivity, mutual understanding, and respect...

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