The CCA would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to CCA 2014 Biennial Artist-in-Residence Kimsooja for being selected to receive the 2015 Ho-Am Foundation Prize. The prize, won in the past by video artist Nam-June Paik, is presented each year to individuals who have contributed to academics, the arts, and social development, or who have furthered the welfare of humanity through distinguished accomplishments in their respective professional fields.

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The CCA Grant Review Committee is in the process of reviewing all grant applications submitted for Fall 2015/Spring 2016 projects.

Applicants will be notified of funding decisions by June 30.

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From the celebrated team that created They Call It Myanmar, hailed by Roger Ebert as “One of the top dozen documentaries of 2012″ and “a thing of beauty…a documentary with all the virtues of a great feature film”, comes CAMBODIA: Rebirth of a People.

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CCA-FUNDED EVENTS: FALL 2015

The South Asia Program, together with Cornell’s Pakistani Student Association (PSA), is proud to announce the return of Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad Qawwal and Brothers, the premier Qawwal group of Pakistan. Qawwali - meaning ‘word’, the wise word, representing the divine voice - is Sufi music, which originated from Iran and developed in South Asia.

Sep 05

Yiddish theater grabs you by the kishkes (guts) and doesn’t let go. Now the tradition is coming to Ithaca, with all the humor, pathos and meaning of its long history. The first-ever Yiddish Theater Festival in the Finger Lakes stars New York City’s New Yiddish Rep and includes four events over three nights.

Sep 08
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