Cleveland Museum of Art


to enable Japanese conservator Sukesaku Wakiya to travel to the Cleveland Museum of Art, in order to lead the restoration of a masterpiece of Korean painting, Gibbons on a Landscape

Cleveland, Ohio: to support participation of two representatives from the Nanjing Museum in overseeing the retrospective exhibition The Art of Fu Baoshi at the Cleveland Museum of Art from September 2011 through April 2012.

Support travel to American museums and collections by Guoquiang Shan, curator of Chinese paintings, Palace Museum, Beijing.

Enable Shinichi Miyajima and Naoya Adachi, Fine Arts Division, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Tokyo, to accompany the exhibition Reflections of Reality in Japanese Art held at the Cleveland Museum in spring 1983.

Provide support for Asian participation in the International Symposium on Chinese Painting held at the Cleveland Museum in March 1981 in conjunction with the exhibition Eight Dynasties of Chinese Painting organized jointly by the Cleveland Museum and The Nelson-Adkins Museum of Art, Kansas City.

to enable Ling-yün Shih Liu, art historian, Taipei, to conduct research for a catalogue of the Chinese painting collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art and to prepare an exhibition catalogue to accompany a show of Chinese painting being organized jointly by the Cleveland Museum of Art and the William Rockhill Nelson Gallery and Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, Kansas City, scheduled to open in Cleveland in July 1979

to provide support for the organization of the exhibition Masterpieces of World Art from American Museums, selected under the auspices of the Museum Interchange Subcommittee of the United States-Japan Conference on Cultural and Educational Interchange (CULCON) and shown at the National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, and the Kyoto National Museum, September-December 1976, in celebration of the bicentennial of the United States.

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.