Rubin Museum of Art
To support a symposium, April 28–29, 2012, to take place at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York in association with the exhibition The Tenth Karmapa: Tibet’s Eccentric Master Revealed, the first study and public display of works by Choying Dorje, the Tenth Karmapa (1604-1674), one of the most celebrated artists in the history of Tibetan art.
to support to the participation of two Chinese scholars in the Rubin's symposium, Quentin Roosevelt's China: Ancestral Realms of the Naxi in spring 2011.
to fund exhibition "The Dragon's Gift: The Sacred Arts of Bhutan"
To support the participation of two practitioners of the Bon tradition, currently living in India, in public programs associated with the opening of the Rubin Museum of Art's fall 2007 exhibition, Bon, The Magic Word
to enable Tibetan artist Pema Rinzin from Dharamsala, India to continue his participation in the Museum's Himalayan Artist in Residence Program in New York for six months in 2006