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AAAS Outreach
Association for Asian American Studies|Lafayette, Colorado, United States
For ACC Focus on Southeast Asia: Connecting Communities.
Asian Cultural Council|New York, New York, United States
For the project, “From Nation to Homeland: Religion, State and Belonging in South Asia.”
University of California, Berkeley|Berkeley, California, United States
2021Religion in International Affairs$370,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For Greening China’s Rise in Southeast Asia: Opportunities for a Resilient Recovery.
China Dialogue Trust|London, London, United Kingdom
For a collection-based exhibition and catalogue of sculpture by William Edmondson
Cheekwood|Nashville, Tennessee, United States
For The Environments of East Asia, an open access book series to be published by Cornell University Press.
Claremont McKenna College|Claremont, California, United States
For the installation of the Native American and American art collections
Peabody Essex Museum|Salem, Massachusetts, United States
2021American Art$450,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For the inaugural permanent collection installation, Shaker Belief, Shaker Life, Shaker Community
Shaker Museum/Mount Lebanon|Chatham, New York, United States
2021American Art$230,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For the project, “The End of Sectarianism? Desectarianization in the Contemporary Middle East.”
Richardson Institute, Lancaster University|Lancaster, United Kingdom
2021Religion in International Affairs$110,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For the Prints, Drawings, and Photography Center
Baltimore Museum of Art|Baltimore, Maryland, United States
2021American Art$350,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For the project, “The Arab World’s Accelerating Transformation.”
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace|Washington, District of Columbia, United States
2021Religion in International Affairs$220,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
To support “Religion and Renewing Democracy.”
Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI)|Washington, District of Columbia, United States
2021Religion and Theology$1,000,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
Renewed support for the Women in Global Policy Program.
Public Leadership Education Network|Washington, District of Columbia, United States
2021Public Policy$100,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For a collection-based exhibition and catalogue of Marisol sculpture
Albright-Knox Art Gallery|Buffalo, New York, United States
2021American Art$300,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For term folk art curators and a collection digitization project-Phase 2
Western Kentucky University Foundation|Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States
Native American Gallery Reinstallation Project-Phase 2
Denver Art Museum|Denver, Colorado, United States
2021American Art$100,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For staff support, upgrades, a study gallery at the Tougaloo Center for Cultural Heritage-Phase 2
Tougaloo College|Tougaloo, Mississippi, United States
Museum Partners for Social Justice Project
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum|Boston, Massachusetts, United States
2021American Art$150,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
Renewed support for the New York Southeast Asia Network.
New York Southeast Asia Network, Columbia University|New York, New York, United States
Museum Partnerships for Social Justice Project
Mississippi Museum of Art|Jackson, Mississippi, United States
2021American Art$150,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
For a multilateral dialogue effort on peace in Northeast Asia.
The Genron NPO|Tokyo, Japan
To provide supplemental support for the first cohort of Indigenous Knowledge Fellows whose work was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic
First Nations Development Institute|Longmont, Colorado, United States
2021Native American Leadership$290,000 View Grant Details Icon - Link Out
Continued support for Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art
Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art|Montgomery, Alabama, United States
Miklos Suba collection project
Center for Brooklyn History|Brooklyn, New York, United States