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ACC Fellowship and Grant Information 2008

The Asian Cultural Council (ACC) membuka kesempatan bagi seniman dan pekerja seni Asia untuk melakukan penelitian, belajar, dan menciptakan karya seni, khususnya seni pertunjukan dan seni rupa (visual arts) di Amerika. Kegiatan tersebut berlangsung pada tahun 2008. Bagi yang berminat dapat mengirimkan aplikasi ke ACC paling lambat 15 Januari 2008. Informasi lebih lengkap silahkan membaca berita di bawah ini.

The Asian Cultural Council (ACC) is a foundation supporting cultural exchange in the visual and performing arts between the countries of Asia and the United States. Applications are now being accepted for 2008.

The primary emphasis of the ACC’s grant program is to provide individual fellowships to artists, scholars, and specialists from Asia seeking to undertake research, study, and creative work in the United States. Individual fellowships are also made to Americans pursing similar activities in Asia. A smaller number of fellowship awards are made to Asian artists, scholars, and specialist for regional exchange activities in other Asian countries.

The ACC also makes grants to arts organizations and educational institutions for projects that involve the participation of arts and cultural specialists from the United States or Asia.

Further information about the ACC’s grant programs is available at www.asianculturalcouncil.org.

Individuals or cultural institutions wishing to apply to the ACC for grant support in 2008 should send a brief, one-page description of proposed plans or projects, written in English, by January 15, 2008 to:

Asian Cultural Council
6 West 48th Street, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10036
Telephone: 212-843-0403
Fax: 212-843-0343
Email: acc@accny.org

If the proposed activity falls within the Council’s guidelines, application materials requesting more detailed information will be provided by the ACC. Most 2008 grants will be awarded by the Council’s Board of Trustees at their meeting in June.

Source: Art & Culture Indonesia


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