This comes to us from Japan America Society of Colorado mailing list and web page.
Founded under the auspices of the Japan America Society of Colorado, the William and Alice Hosokawa Fellowship Program provides grants annually to create a better understanding of Japan by educating people in Colorado about Japanese history, culture and arts. Grants cover the two categories listed below:
- Individual: Educational expenses, other than undergraduate tuition, which might include graduate tuition, travel expenses, books, and other materials.
- Institutional: Funds for public programs, which might include conferences, symposia, performances, exhibitions, community events, and cultural exchange (other than staff salaries).
Grants are intended to assist Colorado-based individuals and nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations with projects that promote goodwill and understanding through educational and cultural activities. Fellowships totaling up to $10,000 annually are meant to provide special opportunities for individuals and organizations to promote an understanding of Japan in Colorado. A project which receives a grant for 2011 must be commenced by April 15, 2012.
Applications can be downloaded here. Additionally, printed applications can be obtained from the Japan America Society of Colorado at 303-592-5364; Fax: (303) 592-5367; email:email@example.com. Applications must be postmarked on or before Friday, May 13, 2011. Submit seven (7) copies of the application and supporting materials by postal delivery.
Announcement of grant recipient(s) will be made in June 2011.
Best of luck to all applicants for the 2011 cycle!
Executive Director, Japan America Society of Colorado