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A Conversation with Isa Ho

Meng-Chuan (Isa) HO (ACC 2012, 2016) is a mixed-media artist who creates photographs that explore "urban fairytales." ACC sat down with Ho for a conversation discussing her grant experiences and how they’ve impacted her work today.

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ACC Announces New Director of Programs Shinnie Kim

The Asian Cultural Council announces Shinnie Kim as its new Director of Programs.

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Ata Wong’s Journey of Encounters in Kyojima, Japan

Ata WONG (ACC 2021) is a director, choreographer, actor, movement coach and theatre instructor. Wong reviews his ACC grant activities and experiences. 

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ACC Hong Kong Announces New Director Alexandra A. Seno

The Asian Cultural Council Hong Kong (ACC HK) office announced Alexandra A. Seno as its new Director.

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ACC Announces Retirement of Josephine Wai

After 10 years with the Asian Cultural Council, Josephine Wai will be retiring at the end of August 2023

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A Conversation with Nigam Bhandari

Nigam Bhandari (ACC 2022) is a director, filmmaker, and co-founder of Cryptid Films, a Nepal-based film production company. We spoke with Bhandari in the last few months of the third and final year of his NYU program.

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ACC Alumni Feature: Ai Iwane

Ai Iwane (ACC 2022) is a Japanese photographer who began her career in 1996. Iwane’s ACC Fellowship allowed her to conduct fieldwork and interviews on the Mattole River and its surrounding area in Humboldt County, Northern California, and learn about the regional community culture of salmon and people. In this video, she speaks briefly on her ACC grant experience.

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ACC Announces Chairman: Josie Cruz Natori

We are pleased to announce that Josie Cruz Natori was elected Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Asian Cultural Council at our May Board meeting.

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2023 Grantee Announcement

The Asian Cultural Council is proud to announce our 2023 Asia Grant Cycle awardees in support of programs and projects connecting artists, scholars, and arts professionals across Asia and the United States.

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A Conversation with Gardika Gigih Pradipta

New York Fellowship grantee, Gardika Gigih Pradipta, is a Sragen-based pianist, composer and soundscape researcher interested in the intersection of music, society, and culture. Currently, he is nearing the midway point of his six-month ACC grant period. Reflecting on his first few months in New York, Pradipta recently spoke with ACC to describe his experience thus far. 

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