Awards

約翰•洛克菲勒三世獎(John D. Rockefeller 3rd Award),及布蘭切特•胡克•洛克菲勒獎(Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Award)分別表揚藝術家及慈善家的成就.。協會以提名方式選出獎項的候選人,表彰得獎者的卓越成就,及對其持續肩負並帶領實踐ACC使命的努力作出肯定。

約翰·洛克菲勒三世獎(John D. Rockefeller 3rd Award)

約翰•洛克菲勒三世獎(John D. Rockefeller 3rd Award)表揚藝術家的傑出專業成就,亦紀念約翰•洛克菲勒三世(John D. Rockefeller 3rd)對亞洲藝術及文化的終生熱誠。

ACC每兩年頒發獎項予來自亞洲或美國的人士,他們在國際層面對於亞洲視覺或表演藝術的了解、實踐及研究,作出了巨大貢獻。現時獎金為5萬元,作為對受獎人延續並提升其工作的一種長遠投資。

2019

隈研吾

建築師
隈研吾建築都市設計事務所

隈研吾(生於1954年,日本神奈川)被公認為21世紀最偉大建築師之一。1979年,他畢業於東京大學,獲得建築學碩士。1985年,他得到ACC項目資助,到哥倫比亞大學建築及規劃研究學院作訪問學者。

1987年,隈研吾於東京成立空間設計工作室(Spatial Design Studio)。他在1990年創立了現時的隈研吾建築都市設計事務所(Kengo Kuma & Associates)。2008年,他獲得慶應義塾大學的博士學位。2009年,他在東京大學建築研究學院當教授。

隈研吾的理念是「回復日本建築傳統」,為21世紀重新演繹。靈感源自光線及大自然,隈研吾的作品革新了現代建築領域。

 

2017

沈偉

創辦人
沈偉舞蹈藝術

Shen Wei received a grant from the Asian Cultural Council in 1995 to study dance and choreography in New York and to participate in the American Dance Festival. ACC has also proudly supported Shen Wei Dance Arts with multiple grants since its formation. Internationally celebrated as one of the most gifted choreographers of his generation, Shen Wei’s expansive vision, rooted in traditional Chinese aesthetics yet strikingly international, has transformed the face of contemporary performance. Shen Wei’s work offers a unique vision bridging China and the U.S. at a moment when understanding and amity could not be more necessary to our shared future.

In China, Shen Wei is credited with having had a major influence, with others, in creating a new Chinese contemporary dance based on traditional Chinese culture, world influence, and individual creativity. Shen Wei, who has always maintained his practice as a painter and calligrapher, has been creating a series of performative installations and site-specific works that have been presented at museums in the U.S., Asia, and Europe. His paintings have been featured in solo exhibitions in leading galleries and museums around the world.

2015

柳德亨

主席
首爾藝術大學

Duk Hyung Yoo is a prominent cultural figure in Korea and the visionary leader of the Seoul Institute of the Arts, a professional arts training academy renowned both regionally and internationally. Mr. Yoo received a series of grants from ACC in the 1960s and 1970s for such personally-transformative endeavors as study at the Dallas Theater Center, the completion of his master’s degree in theater at Yale University, and the chance to observe theatrical activities throughout the U.S. After returning to Korea permanently, Mr. Yoo took over leadership of the Korean Drama Center, founded by his father, acclaimed playwright Yoo Chi Jin. Over the next several decades, Mr. Yoo transformed the school into the all-encompassing professional arts academy now known as the Seoul Institute of the Arts (SIA). Outside of Korea, Mr. Yoo has developed robust educational and artistic links with other arts schools in Asia, the U.S., and Europe. He also spearheads SIA’s Global Hub project, which “seeks both national identity and global universality to create and promote world-class culture and arts.” The project is dedicated to creating strongholds through which Korean culture and arts can be exchanged around the world.

2013

阿姆纳•庫蘇莫

總監
Kelola基金會(雅加達)

Amna Kusumo is a pioneer in the field of arts management in Southeast Asia. Through her visionary work, which has included introducing new ideas about arts administration and resource sharing, she has helped to establish a national arts infrastructure in Indonesia that has allowed various art forms from her country to be known and appreciated throughout the world. She has collaborated with the Jakarta Arts Council to create innovative international programming and to formulate policies to support the activities and development of the arts in Jakarta and throughout Indonesia.

2013

皮奇特·克徹

編舞家及舞蹈員
皮奇特•克徹舞蹈團(泰國)

Pichet Klunchun, born in 1971, is internationally recognized as the finest male classical Thai dancer of his generation and the individual in whom lies the greatest hope for the future continuity and vitality of his art. Trained in Khon (dance of the Thai royal court) from one of the form’s great masters, Mr. Klunchun is acknowledged by his teachers and peers to be an exemplar who combines brilliant technique, thorough knowledge of the tradition, boundless creativity, and a commitment to teaching.

2013

洪靖年

作曲家
亞洲作曲家學院 | 聖地牙哥加州大學

Chinary Ung is an internationally acclaimed composer, a gifted teacher, and an activist for creativity in Southeast Asia. Born in Cambodia in 1942, Mr. Ung came to the United States in 1968 to study clarinet at the Manhattan School of Music with support from the Asia Foundation. Mr. Ung went on to have a very successful career in composition and university teaching, with faculty positions at Connecticut College, Northern Illinois University, University of Pennsylvania, and University of California, San Diego, where he now holds the title of Distinguished Professor of Music. His numerous awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, two Kennedy Center prizes, the American Academy of Arts and Letters Fellowship, and the illustrious Grawemeyer Award, music composition’s highest award.

2010

薩米娜·古蘭西

作家,藝術家,設計師
謝柏德/古蘭西協會(波士頓)

Samina Quraeshi (1944–2013), was an artist, author, and educator whose career spanned her native Pakistan and her adopted home in Massachusetts. Both her visual art and her five award-winning books on Pakistan took inspiration from the Sufi tradition of the Indus Valley. As a lifelong advocate for the arts and design, she served as the assistant director of the Carpenter Center at Harvard University, the director of design for the National Endowment for the arts, and the Henry Luce Professor of Family and Community at the University of Miami. Most recently, she served as the Robert Gardner Visiting Artist at Harvard University’s Peabody Museum.

2008

拉坦·蒂亞姆

創辦人暨總監
合唱劇目劇場(曼尼普爾邦)

Indian playwright and theater director Ratan Thiyam is considered to be one of the most important and influential art-makers on the international theater scene. In October of 2000, New York Times critic Margo Jefferson hailed Ratan Thiyam as a “genius” and called the experience of seeing his work “transcendent.” The founder and director of the Chorus Repertory Theatre in Manipur, India, Mr. Thiyam has created a body of work that has received broad acclaim in the East and West. He is the recipient of the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in Direction and the Padma Shri, a civilian award bestowed by the government of India.

2007

內斯特·賈登

主席
菲律賓文化中心(馬尼拉)

Nestor O. Jardin is a distinguished arts advocate and educator from Manila. During his extensive career, he has championed the arts and artists of Southeast Asia and the Philippines. He has served as President of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), Commissioner of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, and Chairman of the Advisory Council of the Philippine High School for the Arts. He is currently President of the Cinemalaya Foundation and Project Director of the CCP Complex Development Program.

2006

林懷民

藝術總監
雲門舞集(台北)

Lin Hwai-Min is the founder and artistic director of Cloud Gate Dance Theater, the first contemporary dance company in the Chinese- speaking world. Heralded as “the most important choreographer in Asia,” he has been the recipient of the Taiwan National Award for the Arts, the Ramon Magsaysay Award, and the International Movimentos Dance Prize’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Time magazine has named him one of “Asia’s Heroes,” and in 2003, his piece “Moon Water” was named best dance of the year by the New York Times.

2005

梅拉·賈斯瑪及由西蒙•阿迪普諾莫

創辦人
塞米特藝術屋(日惹)

Mella Jaarsma and Nindityo Adipurnomo are Indonesia-based artists and the founders of Cemeti Art House in Yogyakarta. They are at the forefront of the creative community in Indonesia, organizing several exhibitions and residencies for both Indonesian and international artists each year. Their own work has been presented widely at many international exhibitions, including the Gwangju Biennale, the Asia Pacific Triennale, and the Yokohama Triennale. In 2010, they received the Yogyakarta Biennale Art Award.

2003

朱迪·米托瑪

總監
洛杉磯加州大學跨文化表演中心

Judy Mitoma founded and chaired UCLA’s Department of World Arts and Cultures, the only arts department in the United States based on interdisciplinary, international, and intercultural research with a focus on performance. She is also the founder of the UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance, whose Asia Pacific Performing Arts Exchange (APPEX) program has hosted more than 300 artists in residential retreats, performance projects, and creative collaboration.

2002

楊美琪

創辦人
廣東現代舞團(廣州)

Judy Mitoma founded and chaired UCLA’s Department of World Arts and Cultures, the only arts department in the United States based on interdisciplinary, international, and intercultural research with a focus on performance. She is also the founder of the UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance, whose Asia Pacific Performing Arts Exchange (APPEX) program has hosted more than 300 artists in residential retreats, performance projects, and creative collaboration.

2000

艾倫•斯圖爾特

創辦人及藝術總監
辣媽媽實驗劇團(紐約)

Ellen Stewart (1919–2011) was the founder and longtime director of the pioneering La MaMa Experimental Theater Club in New York City. She was the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation “genius” grant, a Tony Honor for Excellence in Theater, and Japan’s Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays with Rosette. She was also inducted into the Broadway Theater Hall of Fame. Ms. Stewart was instrumental in introducing to American audiences some of the world’s most influential theater artists, and she herself staged, composed, directed, and wrote librettos for original folk-opera spectacles.

1999

裴成恩

舞蹈藝術系院長
皇家美術學院(金邊)

Proeung Chhieng was the vice rector and dean of choreographic arts at the Royal University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh. He was a premier dancer with the Royal Ballet of Cambodia, having joined the ensemble when he was just eight years old. After surviving rule under the Khmer Rouge, Mr. Chhieng worked to create links among the refugee communities in Thailand, the United States, and Europe, and he guided the efforts to rebuild his country’s fragmented and largely undocumented classical dance repertory.

1998

阮文惠

總監
越南民族學博物館(河內)

Dr. Nguyen Van Huy was the founding director of the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, the innovative exhibitions of which have earned national and international acclaim. Dr. Nguyen is known for pioneering a new direction in ethnological research using a sociological approach and has taken part in many research projects in the United States. He has received the Chevalier de L’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres from the government of France.

1997

比特·戈登

藝術顧問及作家
紐約

Beate Gordon (1923–2012) held tenures as the director of the performing arts programs at both Japan Society and Asia Society. She was the first civilian American woman to arrive in post-war Japan, and she helped to co-author the Japanese Constitution, which was so well conceived that it has remained unamended since it was originally written. She was notably responsible for drafting the document’s Article 24, which defined marriage as being based on mutual consent and equality of the sexes, granting rights to women at a time when social injustices were deeply embedded in societies around the world.

1996

馬承源

總監
上海藝術博物館

Ma Chengyuan (1927–2004) was a Chinese archaeologist, epigrapher, and president of the Shanghai Museum, and he was credited with saving many priceless artifacts during the Cultural Revolution. An authority on ancient Chinese bronzes, Mr. Ma joined the Shanghai Museum soon after its founding in 1952 and helped select items for its original collection of about 13,000 ancient Chinese bronzes, porcelain, paintings, jade, calligraphy, furniture, and other objects. He published more than 80 books and papers on ancient bronzes, and one of his greatest achievements was overseeing the construction and reopening in 1996 of the museum’s current home.

1995

朝倉攝

舞台設計師
東京

Setsu Asakura (1922–2014), from Japan, began as a painter whose achievement was recognized with Belgium’s prestigious Salon de Printemps Prize. However, it was her work as an acclaimed stage and set designer that brought her international renown. She was honored in Hollywood and Japan with retrospective exhibitions tracing the achievements throughout her career, ranging from work for Greek and Kabuki classics to designs for contemporary American theater.

1993

唐納德•里奇

電影評論家及作家
東京

Ohio-born Donald Richie (1924–2013) moved to Japan soon after World War II, and lived there for much of the rest of his life, save for a period of graduate study at New York’s Columbia University and a stint as curator of film at the Museum of Modern Art. Mr. Richie is best known for his groundbreaking writings on Japanese cinema and for being one of the first to introduce Japanese film to the West, and his numerous books on a diversity of subjects about Japanese life and culture have done much to interpret Japanese culture for Americans.

1992

卡皮拉•瓦茨亞揚

總監
英迪拉•甘地國立藝術中心(新德里)

Kapila Vatsyayan, a leading scholar of classical Indian dance and Indian art and architecture, was the founding director of the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts. She is the author of many books and has served as a member of the UNESCO Executive Board and of the Upper House of Indian Parliament. She has also been a secretary to the Ministry of Education, Department of Arts and Culture, and in this role has been responsible for the establishment of many institutions of higher education in India.

1991

周文中

總監
哥倫比亞大學中美藝術交流中心

Chou Wen-Chung is a composer of contemporary classical music who received his music training at the New England Conservatory and Columbia University. Mr. Chou has received numerous recognitions including two Guggenheim fellowships, a National Institute of Arts and Letters award, and a National Endowment for the Arts commission. He was the Founder-Director of the Fritz Reiner Center for Contemporary Music, serves as a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and is an honorary member of the International Society for Contemporary Music. Mr. Chou’s compositions have been performed by orchestras throughout the world, including the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, San Francisco Symphony, and Berlin Philharmonic.

1990

薛曼李

前總監
克利夫蘭藝術博物館

Sherman Lee (1918–2008) was an American academic, writer, art historian, and expert on Asian art. Dr. Lee served as an art advisor to Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd, helping them build their exceptional art collection that was later donated to the Asia Society. In his earlier career, Dr. Lee was Curator of Far Eastern Art at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Associate Director of the Seattle Art Museum, Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, the author of more than a dozen books, and organizer of some of the most important exhibitions of the late 20th century. The Ruth and Sherman Lee Institute for Japanese Art was founded in his honor at the Clark Center near Fresno, California.

1988

詹姆斯•布蘭登

教授
夏威夷大學戲劇及劇場系

James R. Brandon (1927-2015) was a force in the development of Asian theater studies since the 1960s with his work on Southeast Asian, pan- Asian, and especially Japanese forms. Dr. Brandon was a Professor of Theater at the University of Hawaii beginning in 1968, and he helped build a program around the intersection of scholarship and the performance of Asian genres. He was known one of the most widely recognized and highly honored theater instructors anywhere in the world. The Japanese government has recognized him with the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette. Other honors he has received include Fulbright grants for research in Japan, the Fujio Matsuda Scholar Award, and the International Theatre Institute’s Uchimura Prize.

1987

何塞•馬塞達

主席
菲律賓大學音樂學院音樂研究系

José Maceda (1917–2004) was born in Manila and studied piano and composition at École Normale de Musique de Paris in France. After returning to the Philippines to play professionally, he moved to the United States to study musicology at Columbia University and anthropology at Northwestern University. As an ethnomusicologist, Professor Maceda devoted much of his time to studying the music of the Philippines and Southeast Asia. He wrote extensively about his research for publications in North America, Europe, and Asia. Among his many honors were the Fumio Koizumi Prize for Ethnomusicology in Tokyo and the title of National Artist of the Philippines. The French government named him an Officier dans l’Ordre National du Mérite and a Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur.

1986

約翰•羅森菲爾德

艾比•奧爾德里奇·洛克菲勒美術學院教授
哈佛大學

John M. Rosenfield (1924–2013) was an American art historian with a specialization in Japanese art. In 1971, he was appointed the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of East Asian Art at Harvard University, where he served for more than twenty-five years as a professor and curator of Asian art. His other awards include the Smithsonian Institution’s Charles Lang Freer Medal for distinguished contribution to the knowledge and understanding of Oriental civilizations as reflected in their arts, the Yamagata Banto prize (2001), and the Order of the Rising Sun from the Japanese Government for his contributions toward fostering mutual understanding between the United States and Japan (1988).

布蘭切特•胡克•洛克菲勒獎(Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Award)

布蘭切特•胡克•洛克菲勒獎(Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Award)成立於2009年,以紀念ACC第一任主席,約翰•洛克菲勒三世(John D. Rockefeller 3rd)的妻子。洛克菲勒太太與丈夫共同有著對亞洲藝術及文化的熱誠,及創造一個更美好世界的願景。獎項表揚慈善家,他們與ACC合作,為發展亞洲及美國的國際對話、了解及尊重,作出良多貢獻。

2019

伊麗莎伯•麥考馬克

榮譽退休主席
亞洲文化協會

在ACC 過去56年的歷史,伊麗莎伯•麥考馬克作為一位不遺餘力的慈善領袖,秉承著亞洲文化協會文化交流的原則,作出無與倫比的影響。她長久以來對協會的鼎力支持,及在任職ACC董事會主席長達22年的期間,一直讓協會保持穩健狀態,令其走上蓬勃發展之路。

麥考馬克女士孜孜不倦的努力為ACC奠下了長久穩定的基石,為其製造了無限機會,亦建立一個忠誠支持者的圈子。40多年來,作為ACC的信託人,她捐獻了2百萬元,聯繫全球各地的不同世代代藝術家及學者並為他們造就機會。

2018

捷成漢

主席
捷成集團

Hans Michael Jebsen first joined ACC’s Hong Kong Friends’ Committee in 2004 as Chairman. Establishing the Hans Michael and Désirée Jebsen Fellowship in 1997, he has supported 18 individual fellows in a variety of fields to further develop their artistic careers and grow their global networks. Mr. Jebsen has served on the ACC’s Board of Trustees since 2003 and became Founding Chairman of the ACC Hong Kong Foundation in 2015. His extraordinary gift of $20 million HKD enabled the establishment of the ACC’s Hong Kong Endowment to ensure future exchange opportunities for ACC’s fellows in perpetuity. Mr. Jebsen’s philanthropic leadership has inspired and created life-changing experiences for countless ACC artists and cultural specialists from China, Hong Kong and Macau.

2012

堤清二

主席
塞森文化基金會

Seiji Tsutsumi (1927–2013) became involved with the work of the JDR 3rd Fund in the late 1970s, and became one of ACC's greatest advocates. In 1983, he established ACC's first office in Asia in Tokyo, Japan, and seeded the Japan-United States Arts Program with an endowment gift of $2 million. Because of his generosity, hundreds of artists and scholars from Japan, other parts of Asia, and the United States have been able to take part in ACC’s cultural exchange activities, pursue extensive programs of research and study, and develop their creative careers while building important relationships and global networks. Mr. Tsutsumi was a member of ACC's Board of Trustees for nearly thirty years, applying his love of the arts and inspired leadership to serve ACC's mission.

2009

利德蓉醫生O.B.E

非執行董事
希慎興業有限公司

Deanna Lee Rudgard was recognized for her great personal contribution to ACC’s work and as a representative of the Lee family and the Lee Hysan Foundation, which was ACC’s first Hong Kong donor. The Foundation was a key partner when ACC’s Hong Kong Arts Program was launched in 1986. Since then, the Lee Hysan Foundation has provided generous support enabling 44 arts professionals from Hong Kong to take part in ACC-designed fellowships in the U.S. The Lee Hysan Foundation’s endorsement of ACC has been pivotal, for this extraordinary support has attracted participation from other partners and ensured the development of a stable program that continues to thrive.